Seton Hall focuses on male recruitment
August 6, 2012
Category: Nursing News
Thanks to students’ initiative, an official American Assembly for Men in Nursing charter in the fall and prospects of a local conference on the horizon, male nursing students at Seton Hall University College of Nursing have a lot of support.
The South Orange, N.J.-based university’s nursing program, which already exceeds national statistics for male enrollment, might be getting an even bigger bump because of its new campus addition — the American Assembly for Men in Nursing. AAMN first appeared at Seton Hall last fall, and the chapter will receive its charter in October in San Francisco at the annual AAMN conference. Read More