Skip to Global Navigation Skip to Local Site Navigation Skip to Main Content

Achievements

Congratulation to Claire Mooney, DNP '18 and MSN '13 alumna, for her appointment as President and CEO of Jennersville Hospital in Pennsylvania. Prior to her permanent appointment, Dr. Mooney served as interim President and CEO since November 19, 2018, and before that she served as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Jennersville Hospital's press release can be found here.

Congratulation to Claire Mooney, DNP '18 and MSN '13 alumna, for her appointment as President and CEO of Jennersville Hospital in Pennsylvania. Prior to her permanent appointment, Dr. Mooney served as interim President and CEO since November 19, 2018, and before that she served as Chief Nursing Officer (CNO). Jennersville Hospital's press release can be found here.

Congratulations to MSN alumna and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree student Lisa Ter Harr-Rushing. She has been nominated for the 2018 Spirit of Leadership award. These awards have acknowledged employees, leaders, physicians, and teams who demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities and make tremendous contributions to their profession. This award is an Ochsner Health System award. Her nomination comes from over 25,000 employees and Lisa is one of 355 nominees.

Congratulations to MSN alumna and Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree student Lisa Ter Harr-Rushing. She has been nominated for the 2018 Spirit of Leadership award. These awards have acknowledged employees, leaders, physicians, and teams who demonstrate outstanding leadership qualities and make tremendous contributions to their profession. This award is an Ochsner Health System award. Her nomination comes from over 25,000 employees and Lisa is one of 355 nominees.

The Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP) have selected Dr. Jennifer Wright, Chief Nursing Officer of the Louisiana State Board of Nursing and DNP alumna, as a 2019 Fellow. She joins a group of leaders whose scholarly and forward thinking contributions have led to meaningful improvements to healthcare and the Nurse Practitioner role. The purpose of the AANP Fellows is to impact national and global health by engaging recognized nurse practitioner’s to lead new initiatives and support the AANP mission.

The Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP) have selected Dr. Jennifer Wright, Chief Nursing Officer of the Louisiana State Board of Nursing and DNP alumna, as a 2019 Fellow. She joins a group of leaders whose scholarly and forward thinking contributions have led to meaningful improvements to healthcare and the Nurse Practitioner role. The purpose of the AANP Fellows is to impact national and global health by engaging recognized nurse practitioner’s to lead new initiatives and support the AANP mission.

Diana is the Young Adult Minister at St. Angela Merici Parish in Youngstown, Ohio, where she has been serving for the last 3 1/2 years. She earned a master’s degree in Pastoral Studies from LIM and has worked in parish young adult ministry and evangelization for the past 10 years.

This National Advisory Team provides ongoing input and feedback on young adult ministry to the bishops, offers pastoral support to parish and diocesan leaders in the field, and develops a national coalition of young adult ministry leaders.

Michael A. Cowan, Ph.D., will be engaged in a collaborative project in the Centre for the Study of Social Cohesion (CSSC) in the School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography at Oxford University which has recently appointed him a Research Affiliate. This project will build upon his study of how communities facing deep conflict—which is characterized by distrust and power imbalances and structured along racial, ethnic, religious, national, and class divides—are able to cross group boundaries to address chronic conflict.

Sarah DeMarais, graduating this spring, and Dr. John Dewell were both published in the fall 2018 Louisiana Journal for Counseling. Practicing What We Preach: Faculty Level Factors Impact on Service Learning, by John A. Dewell and Yu-Yun Liu, and Shaping Trauma-Responsive Schools with Relational-Cultural Theory, by Sarah C. DeMarais, can be found at https://www.lacounseling.org/images/lca/Newsletter/LJC%20Fall%202018r.docx

 

LIM Director Tom Ryan, project manager Sarah DeMarais, and student Sr. Mary Dolores Urassa, CDNK recently presented at the University of Notre Dame’s Catholic Social Tradition conference in South Bend, IN.

The presentation “Forming Women Religious as Agents of the Catholic Social Tradition” highlighted learnings and successes of LIM’s project “Catholic Sisters in Partnership for Sustainability,” funded by the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation

Pages

Filter Results: