The Diversity and Inclusion Office at Frontier Nursing University (FNU) sent representatives to several important events recently.
On February 22nd, 2019, FNU Diversity Impact Student Ambassadors attended the Minority Health Conference on the campus of UNC Chapel-Hill in North Carolina. The conference brought together healthcare experts, academic leaders, and students to discuss topics of modern inequality and social injustice among marginalized populations worldwide. Read more about the event here:
On March 27th, 2019, FNU’s Diversity and Inclusion Office sent representatives to the Kentucky State University Career College Fair in Frankfort, Kentucky. Devon Michelle, FNU’s Asst. Director for Diversity & Inclusion, and Tara Dykes, FNU Courier Internship Coordinator, had the opportunity to chat with prospective undergraduate students about FNU degree specialty tracks and the Diversity Impact Program. Read more about the event here:
The Diversity and Inclusion Office is manned by Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Dr. Maria Valentin-Welch, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Devon Peterika, and Diversity and Inclusion Coordinator Wilvena Bernard.
Frontier Nursing University’s Diversity Impact program is designed to promote diversity in nursing and nurse-midwifery by recruiting and retaining underrepresented students with the goal of becoming nurse-midwives or nurse practitioners.
Learn more about FNU’s Diversity Impact Program at frontier.edu/diversity.