Wins for ULM: Nursing Exam Passage and Miss Louisiana | ULM Forum 7-1-11
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High Marks for ULM Nursing Program
As the Baby Boomers age, the current shortage of nurses in the U.S. is expected to worsen. Nursing programs around the country are making changes to graduate more nurses, but also maintain and even grow the quality of those graduates.
This spring, graduates of the University of Louisiana at Monroe School of Nursing outscored students from all other bachelor degree programs in the state on the national license exam.
Dr. Emily Doughty, interim director of the School of Nursing, says outstanding faculty and students are the key to the high passage rates.
Former Miss ULM crowned as Miss Louisiana 2011
University of Louisiana at Monroe graduate Hope Anderson (B.A., '10) hit her stride during her first week as the newly crowned Miss Louisiana 2011.