WCC News Story Archive: Nursing

Pinning ceremony

Nursing graduates: 'We are all resilient'

Rich Rezler - April 29, 2022

The 69 graduating members of the WCC nursing program took part in the traditional pinning ceremony

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tags: Graduation, Class of 2022, Student Success, Nursing

Agnes and Stephen Reading

$1 million gift from Agnes and Stephen Reading creates 10 annual nursing scholarships

Fran LeFort - December 16, 2021

A $1 million gift to the Washtenaw Community College Foundation by Agnes and Stephen Reading will fund 10 annual full-ride scholarships for WCC nursing students. The Ann Arbor philanthropists are longtime supporters of WCC.

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tags: WCC Foundation, Nursing, Donation, January 2022, Scholarships, On The Record

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WCC's new Dean of Health Sciences: 'This is where I belong'

Rich Rezler - November 17, 2021

As a first-generation college student herself, Shari Lambert has always loved the mission of the community college system. Recently named the new WCC Dean of Health Sciences, Lambert is back and eager to make a positive impact on the lives of students and the community’s health care workforce.

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tags: Allied Health, Nursing, Health Sciences

Demetrius Jenkins in WCC nursing lab

Student profile: Passion for patients led former EMT Demetrius Jenkins to nursing

Kathryn Wagner - October 04, 2021

For the past eight years, Demetrius Jenkins has served Washtenaw County as an emergency medical technician while contemplating and researching possible next career steps. His decision? Nursing.

View Post :   Student profile: Passion for patients led former EMT Demetrius Jenkins to nursing

tags: Student Profile, On The Record, December 2021, Nursing, Men in Nursing

Press release

Four WCC students receive Breaking Traditions Award from Michigan Department of Education

Rich Rezler - May 21, 2021

Four Washtenaw Community College students are among the 75 high school and college students statewide to receive a 2021 Breaking Traditions Award from the Michigan Department of Education.

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tags: ousearch_News_2021, Computer Science, CTE, Awards, Men in Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Nursing

Pinning ceremony

WCC nursing graduates celebrated during virtual ceremony

Rich Rezler - May 05, 2021

Sixty-one graduates of the Washtenaw Community College Associate Degree in Nursing program were honored during a virtual Spring Graduate Nurse Pinning Ceremony.

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tags: Nursing, Class of 2021, Student Success, ousearch_News_2021, Graduation, Health Sciences

Hunter Darrow

WCC nursing grad: 'I knew what I was getting into'

Rich Rezler - May 04, 2021

WCC alumna Hunter Darrow started her nursing career in the midst of a global pandemic. "I knew what I was getting into,"she said. "I knew it wasn't going to be easy."

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tags: Alumni Profile, April 2021, On The Record, Nursing, ousearch_News_2021

Nursing graduate Meghan Hendershot speaks on behalf of her class.

Nursing graduates participate in traditional pinning ceremony

Richard Rezler - May 16, 2019

Family and friends of 62 Washtenaw Community College nursing program graduates filled Towsley Auditorium on Wednesday evening for the Spring Graduate Nurse Pinning Ceremony.

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tags: Center of Excellence in Nursing Education, Nursing, ousearch_News_2019

Michigan Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist speaks with a Washtenaw Community College welding student Feb. 20 about their experience at the college and what they are learning in class. Gilchrist toured the Advanced Transportation Center and Center of Nursing Excellence facilities at WCC.

Lt.-Gov. Gilchrist visits campus

Kelly Gampel - February 22, 2019

When colleges are successful, the state is successful, Michigan Lieutenant Governor Garlin Gilchrist said Feb. 20 while standing inside a WCC healthcare simulation lab.

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tags: Nursing, ousearch_News_2019, Advanced Transportation Center, Garlin Gilchrist, Lieutenant Governor, Welding, cybersecurity

RN/LPN Skills Refresher class offered at WCC

RN/LPN Skills Refresher class offered at WCC

Richard Rezler - January 23, 2019

The Washtenaw Community College Nursing and Health Sciences Division and its Workforce Development department are teaming up to help get nurses whose licenses have lapsed back into the profession.

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tags: Health Sciences, ousearch_News_2019, Nursing