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NHS Dean Patricia Cloonan stepping down

NHS Dean Patricia Cloonan stepping down

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05/15/2019

Patricia Cloonan, the Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Studies, is stepping down at the end of this summer and returning to the faculty, according to an email sent by university President John DeGioia on May 9. Cloonan, who has worked at Georgetown for over twenty years, has served as the Dean of…

Urban Health Collaborative Speaker Series Begins

Urban Health Collaborative Speaker Series Begins

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10/25/2017

The NHS began its new Urban Health Collaborative speaker series on Oct. 17 with a speaker event in the Alumni House. Sean Quinn, an architect for design and engineering firm Hok, discussed the themes of urban development and increased efficiency. Quinn began his speech by discussing how cities around the world threaten the environment.  “Can…

The Few. The Proud. The NHS.

The Few. The Proud. The NHS.

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09/04/2014

Within the classrooms of St. Mary’s Hall, there is a community of undergraduates intently studying pathophysiology, microbiology, and numerous other complicated fields that the majority of Georgetown students will never encounter during their time at Georgetown. Some of these students had already performed their first head-to-toe patient exam at the University Hospital as early as…

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