Graduate School Launches MFA in Creative Writing
The two-year, 36-credit Master of Fine Arts program seeks writers of fiction and creative nonfiction who wish to combine the craft of narrative with the calling of service. Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2016.LEARN MORE »
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CNR Nurse Education Program Uses 21st-Century Technology
During a recent meeting of her class “Nursing Care of Children,” Dr. Lynda Shand, associate professor of nursing and coordinator of The College of New Rochelle’s newly revised MS Graduate Nursing Education Program, presented students with a hypothetical patient—a child with asthma. “What are the four most important issues to assess right now?” she asked.
CNR Hosts Hudson Valley Women’s Roundtable Dialogue
The College of New Rochelle’s Maura Ballroom was the site of the first Hudson Valley Women’s Roundtable on Thursday, April 28. Co-chaired by Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and CNR President Judith Huntington, the event featured a panel of 17 women representing a cross-section of leaders from the government, education, business, and nonprofit sectors.