Alumni and events
As alumni of the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, you are the school’s most important asset and its greatest strength. As leaders in health care organizations, faculty at higher education institutions, members of primary-care teams and influencers within policy-making bodies, you illustrate how graduates fulfill the vision and mission of the school.
Through word-of-mouth support to promote the school and financial support to enable future students to benefit from the philanthropy that yielded your education, your involvement is critical to the future success of the school. Through your partnership, faculty, staff and students at the School of Nursing discover ways to advance health, improve quality of care and shape policy.
Empowering education fosters thriving on the job
Jonathan Lippman, a 2019 alumnus of the Master of Health Services — Physician Assistant (P.A.) Studies Program, says graduating from the UC Davis program opened doors he never imagined. Read more about how he felt prepared to launch his career as a P.A.
Latest school news
Sept. 24 — Sociologist publishes book exploring aging for women
Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano published the book, When Older Women Speak: Aging, Emotional Distress and the Self, with her husband, sociologist Charles S. Varano. Carolina is a sociologist and associate professor at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis and Charles is a professor in the Department of Sociology at California State University, Sacramento. The book is based on the couple’s interviews with mostly working-class, depressed, older women and explores the interaction of gender, class, race and ethnicity, as well as aging, in the depression experience of older women. The book seeks to address a lack of understanding of late-life depression in women, especially in ethnic minorities, that range from detection and efficacy of treatment to informal influences, such as family, on formal depression care. Carolina is a researcher in the Family Caregiving Institute at the School of Nursing and she focuses her research on advancing health for older people.
Dec. 14: Master’s Entry Program in Nursing Pinning Ceremony
The completion of coursework and final exams is marked with a pinning ceremony and celebration.