The American Academy of Nursing has appointed Susan Grinslade, associate director of UB’s Community Health Equity Research Institute and nursing clinical professor, to its Expert Panel on Health Equity.
To accommodate working nurses, University at Buffalo’s RN to BS program is flexible in nature and is designed to make the process of attaining a bachelor’s degree in nursing as stress-free as possible. Here are common myths and facts about our nationally ranked RN to BS program and our admissions process.
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Faces & Voices
“I hope my pursuits will help empower cancer survivors and improve care for them by identifying and addressing problems that negatively affect their quality of life.”
Heba Mohedat, PhD Student
“I choose UB for my nursing education because of their highly rated online RN to BS program. I was excited I could receive such a quality education while remaining in my hometown.”
Justin Bates, BS '21 (RN to BS program)
“UB has a great reputation of preparing their students at a doctoral level and the program's dedication to diversity blends well with my goals of spreading knowledge and health to third world countries.”
Jeffrey Pimentel, DNP Student (Anesthesia)
“When I decided to go back to school, I knew that UB would be my top choice. After attending the virtual ABS session, I fell in love with the design of the program and I knew it was time to come back home.”
Dandrea Rynkewicz, BS ‘22 (ABS program)
"Through interprofessional learning and practice experienced in the DNP program, I feel better equipped to move forward as an advocate for unity in health care, and as an important part of the multidisciplinary health care team."
Tyler Owitz, DNP '22, FNP-BC
“I selected UB for nursing due to its reputation of having a very successful program and affordability. Also, the nursing advisors were extremely organized and helpful! ”
Kayla Deth, BS '22 (ABS program)
“UB is a place where you are challenged to apply your knowledge and collaborate with other individuals to address some of the world's complex issues via research.”