Chamberlain President Susan Groenwald and Dr. Richard Cowling, vice president of academic affairs, were recognized at the opening session of the NLN Education Summit.

Chamberlain College of Nursing is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with the National League for Nursing (NLN). Through the collaboration, the NLN Chamberlain College of Nursing Center for the Advancement of the Science of Nursing Education will be formed to promote evidence-based nursing education and the scholarship of teaching.

The new NLN Chamberlain Center will support the expansion of NLN programs, including the Nursing Education Research Grants Program and the annual research conference in partnership with Sigma Theta Tau International.

“The NLN Chamberlain partnership is an exciting opportunity to promote excellence and innovation in nursing education while advancing our mission of preparing extraordinary nursing graduates to advance the nation’s health,” said Chamberlain President Susan Groenwald. “We are proud to partner with the National League for Nursing, the only national nursing organization funding nursing education research and the leader in advancing the science of nursing education.”

During the opening session of the NLN Education Summit yesterday, President Groenwald and Dr. Richard Cowling, vice president of academic affairs, were recognized for Chamberlain’s dedication to excellence in nursing education. In acknowledging the vision of Chamberlain’s leadership and faculty, NLN president Dr. Judith Halstead described the college as “an institution that is committed to graduating compassionate, ethical and knowledgeable nurse leaders who are empowered to transform health care.”

View a photo album of Chamberlain at the NLN Summit on our Facebook page. 

NLN Education Summit 2012

From left: NLN president Dr. Judith Halstead, NLN CEO Dr. Beverly Malone, Chamberlain College of Nursing President Susan Groenwald and Dr. Richard Cowling, Chamberlain’s vice president of academic affairs.


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  2. I accomplished my dream halfway, i got my ADN, trying to go on to my BS and to MS, although its kinda hard for me financially, i will make with it the help of the good Lord. This the college of my choice, but finance is the enemy. just need to talk to some one professional about this right now.

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