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Paul's Place Honors Perman's Community Commitment

UMB President Jay A. Perman, MD, received the Commitment to Community Award from Paul’s Place, the Southwest Baltimore community outreach center that has transformed lives for more than three decades.

University of Maryland School of Nursing In Top 10 Nationally for All Ranked DNP and Master's Specialties

In the newly released 2019 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Graduate Schools,” the University of Maryland School of Nursing is included in the top 10 nationally for all ranked master’s and DNP specialties. The School’s master’s-level Nursing Informatics specialty remains No. 1 in the nation.

UMSON at USG Teaming with WorkSource Montgomery and Healthcare Initiative Foundation to Attack Projected Nursing Shortage in Montgomery County

In partnership with WorkSource Montgomery and the Healthcare Initiative Foundation, the University of Maryland School of Nursing at the Universities at Shady Grove received a two-year, $200,000 funding commitment for the Employment Advancement Right Now grant to help with costs associated with educating nursing students.

Upcoming events

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24Apr
1:30 PM | online DNP Online Chat
24Apr
6:00 PM | Universities at Shady Grove Join us as we welcome the newest members to the Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, the Honor Society of Nursing, at our fall induction ceremony at the Universities at Shady Grove.
25Apr
4:00 PM | Student Success Center, Room 106 Nursing students can get writing support on Wednesdays from 4-5 p.m.
26Apr
4:00 PM | UMSON, Auditorium, Room 130 Our servicemen and women face many issues following deployment, including medical challenges as well as dealing with the effect of their deployment on their families.
27Apr
11:00 AM Celebrate the 50th anniversary of our newest Heritage Class, the Class of 1968! All Heritage Class alumni are invited to attend.
27Apr
12:00 PM | UMSON, Room 535 Joseph J. Gallo, MD, MPH, will present his extensive work studying depression in older adults with a specific emphasis on mixed method.

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