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Dean Weglicki

Winter Dean's Message

February 28, 2022

Dean Weglicki looks at the underlying issues of the current nursing shortage and growing the nursing workforce in South Carolina.

Dean Weglicki

Fall Dean's Message

November 01, 2021

As a leader in nursing education for over a century, CON must play a central role in providing a better pipeline for growing the nursing workforce in our state.

Estee Perlmutter ’06 administers the Pfizer COVID vaccine during a community event in spring 2021.

Into the Vaccine Breach

November 01, 2021

Estee Perlmutter APRN, FNP-C, ’06 recently led efforts to administer 27,000 Pfizer vaccines throughout the Lowcountry.

Dean Linda Weglicki

Summer Dean's Message

July 09, 2021

The dean shares a few proud highlights from the MUSC College of Nursing.

Stronger Together

Critical Conversations

July 09, 2021

South Carolina nursing deans are working together to lead critical conversations on racial inequity and inequality.

Valerie Assey

Alumni Profile: Valerie Assey

July 09, 2021

Valerie Assey, R.N., MSN ’86, helped build an HIV/AIDS clinic for a population that did not have a lot of support 30 years ago.

MUSC Alumni Awards College of Nursing 2021 Recipients

Nursing Alumni Awards

May 24, 2021

The MUSC Alumni Association is proud to recognize and honor Dr. Lynn and Dr. Fowler for service, dedication and contributions made to the field of nursing.

MUSC College of Nursing Alumni Webinar with Dean Weglicki

April Alumni Webinar

May 10, 2021

Learn about all the innovative ways that the College of Nursing is changing what’s possible in nursing education, practice and research.

Dean Linda Weglicki

Dean's Message

February 25, 2021

The MUSC College of Nursing’s 2020-2025 strategic plan charts a course for the college’s future.

Black and white photo of baby's feet

A Look Back

February 25, 2021

In mid-20th century South Carolina, the outlook for women giving birth, especially in rural areas, was bleak. A nurse-midwifery program helped change that.

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