In 1993, Taylor became the first African American student to graduate from UNCG’s gerontological nurse practitioner program. She recalled sitting in her first class, Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice Nursing, and realizing she was the only Black student in the program.
Millions of people around the globe have been touched by Victoria Glosson’s heartwarming video. In the short clip, she captures the moment when she informs her father, former UNCG police officer Barry Glosson, that she’s cancer-free after battling Stage 3 Hodgkin’s lymphoma for nearly two years.
“It’s really a very different way of thinking, because medicine is very disease-focused,” says Lori Lupe, an advanced practice nurse who oversees the Doctor of Nursing Practice program at the UNCG School of Nursing and has a DNP degree.
The five-story facility — the first new academic building erected on campus in a decade — is the new home of the UNCG School of Nursing.
Dr. Heidi Krowchuk discusses several topics, including Dean Robin Remsburg’s legacy and the new Nursing and Instructional Building.