MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - Northern Michigan University's School of Nursing invites everyone to a their big 50th Anniversary Celebration on Sept. 20-21 during homecoming weekend
Originating in 1969, the School of Nursing has seen a lot of changes in recent years.
So, Kristi Robinia, the program’s Associate Dean Director, says Homecoming weekend will be a great opportunity for alum and nurses in the community to visit their Alma Mater, check out all the latest updates and of course celebrate five decades at NMU Nursing.
"Our bread and butter program is our BSN program. You'd receive a Bachelor's of Science degree in Nursing and you become a Registered Nurse. We also have a DNP program and those students are eligible to become a Family Nurse Practitioner,” Robinia announced.
Two full days of activities starts with a free autoimmune disorder symposium Friday afternoon. That event starts at 12:30 Friday. Later in the evening, they’ll hold a social hour with a chef-inspired dinner and dessert and more.
Robinia says to expect plenty of swag, surprises and lots of laughter. They’ve invited Comic, Dan Deibert to provide some levity.
The celebration will continue into Saturday with on campus tours, simulation lab demonstrations.
"That's from 9 to 11 a.m. We'll have breakfast items. Many of us old school never had simulation labs. So you can come, try your hand at simulations. They'll be up and running. All the computers will be going. We'll also have student nurses giving people tours of the facility and of campus if you haven't been here in a while,” Robinia declared.
There’ll also be a To-Go’s tailgate party in front of the Superior Dome before the Homecoming game against Davenport.
Click here to learn more and to register for the event.