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.
Save the date!
Class of 2012 10-year reunion
2-5 p.m. Saturday, May 21
A celebration for the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing Class of 2012 to reminisce and reconnect. Invitation with details to follow exclusively by email. Register your intent to attend now
Latest school news
May 18 — UC Davis, UCLA nursing researchers partner to study nurse migration
Mary Lou de Leon Siantz, a professor emeritus at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, collaborated with UCLA School of Nursing Professor Robert Lucero to present “International Nurse Migration in Latin America and the United States” to an international nurse migration network. The 15-minute online presentation was conducted in Spanish and included network members from South and North America. The duo presented their findings on the migration of nurses in the U.S. from 2010 through 2018. Their report was part of the network’s larger research exploring the migration of nurses throughout the Americas. Mary Lou was instrumental in launching the network through a partnership with the American Nurses Association and the Pan American Health Organization in 1996. Mary Lou is nationally recognized for her interdisciplinary efforts to prepare health and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professionals in leadership and policy, as well as internationally respected for her research in migrant population health.