The Future of Nursing Education and Practice--NEAA Members share their views
Letter from the President; Chat from the Chair; Update from the Executive Program for Nurses History Column: Part II R. Louise McManus--A Champion for Nursing Education at TC
2014 Stewart Conference and Awards Luncheon Photos
Photos--Alumni Sightings and Celebrations
Alumni News In Memoriam: Kathleen Baird; Sylvia Barker; Barbara Stevens Barnum; Elaine Beletz; Barbara Judkins; Cynthia Rodstrom Kinsella; Mildred Strong Schmidt; Rita Hodge Sellers; Eileen Zungolo; Maxine Greene
52nd Annual Stewart Research Conference--call for abstracts
Nursing Eduction at Teachers College Columbia University began in 1899 when Isabel Hampton Robb was instrumental in establishing the first post-graduate nursing course in Hospital Economics. Later, the program became the Department of Nursing Education. Nurses from throughout the world studied at Teachers College (TC) and earned bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. The Nursing Education Alumni Association promotes nursing education of the highest quality at TC; supports nursing research initiatives; promotes networking among alumni; recognizes the achievements of alumni; and preserves and communicates the history of NEAA and nursing education at TC. Today, TC offers masters and doctoral prograrms in nursing and has the only program in the United States that offers a doctorate in nursing education (EdD).