Two months after earning dual bachelor’s degrees in English and French, Kelly Van Wyck (BS ‘09) moved to Haiti to work as a teacher at a village school. Two years and one life-altering experience later, Van Wyck left the country with a different career aspiration: nursing.
Each fall, the School of Nursing presents a DAISY Award to two undergraduate students in recognition of their commitment to compassionate patient care and a faculty member in recognition of their commitment to their students.
Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, Buffalo’s 120-year-old internationally recognized innovator in multidisciplinary approaches to cancer care, is making more advances in both nurse and patient experience thanks to their Nurse Residency Program.
The School of Nursing’s new CBC is a student-centered teaching approach that relies on teaching a major concept, such as perfusion, instead of attempting to teach the over 10,000 human disease processes and conditions seen in today’s health care environment.