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Stevenson Nursing Symposium to Examine Creating a Supportive Multigenerational Workplace, April 5
Stevenson University’s School of Graduate Professional Studies (GPS) will host its annual Nursing Symposium, Saturday, April 5 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Rockland Banquet Hall, located on the University’s Owings Mills campus, 100 Campus Circle, Owings Mills, MD 21117.
This year’s topic will explore the challenges nurses face while functioning in a multigenerational workplace, and by the conclusion of the session, nurses will be able to discuss strategies to find common ground and to work more collaboratively to produce the outcomes they desire. The event will feature a presentation by Lisa Gotschall, Ph.D., RN, Associate Professor of GPS Nursing, who will share research she has done on the topic.
The event also provides an opportunity for prospective nursing students to learn about the RN to BS, RN to MS, and graduate nursing programs offered by Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies as well as to meet with admissions personnel about transcript reviews and registration information.
Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies programs are designed for working adults, and many can be completed within 18 to 24 months depending on the number of credits a student has acquired before entering the program. In addition to offering a Nursing RN to BS program onsite or online, Stevenson offers an online Master’s in Nursing for RNs with a bachelor’s degree who would like to earn a master’s with a focus on either leadership/management or nursing education. Designed to be relevant, timely, and applicable to the growing demand for nurse educators and managers, the online program helps students to acquire the advanced knowledge and skills needed to move ahead in their professions.
For more information on the Nursing Symposium, contact Kristin Lilja, GPS Enrollment Counselor, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-352-4084.