End-of-the-semester stress? Breathe. Walk. And follow the subtle labyrinth lights. That’s the invitation being posed to the greater community as part of an unusual collaboration between the College of Nursing and the landscape architecture and regional planning department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
The College is very excited to have Dr. Donna Sabella as our new Seedworks Endowed Professor in Social Justice.
Check out the article the Valley Advocate did on her last week: http://www.valleyadvocate.com/2016/03/29/umass-prof-sabella-works-toward-help-not-persecution-for-prostitutes-2/
The University of Massachusetts Amherst Master of Science - Clinical Nurse Leader program was ranked #6 on the 2016 list of top graduate nursing programs in America by the website TopMastersinHealthcare.com.
The College of Nursing at UMass Amherst is delighted to announce that Dr. Donna Sabella has been appointed to the first Seedworks Endowed Professorship in Nursing and Social Justice. The professorship is supported through the Seedworks Fund, which was established by Nursing alumna Susan Hagedorn ‘77 for the purpose of promoting social justice and implementing social change in nursing. Dr. Hagedorn stated, “Nursing is, at its root, about social justice. Dr. Sabella has the important job of operationalizing social justice and nursing at UMass Amherst College of Nursing.”