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News and Events

Stay abreast of what’s happening at the School of Nursing through monthly noon events and our Connections alumni magazine.

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Nursing@Noon Webinars

Join us for our monthly webinar series, Nursing@Noon, for discussions on key issues for the nursing profession and our community.

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Alumni Newsroom

Get more details on top stories in our alumni newsroom.

Career mentoring

Many of our students appreciate the opportunity to speak with a mentor both during and after their studies. If you would like to participate as a mentor, please contact us at

Career fair

The School of Nursing Alumni Association is an active participant in the annual SON Career Fair for student nurses, typically held in the spring on the Marquam Hill campus.

Interested in volunteering to speak with students about landing that first job? Contact us at for more information!

Puhaty Lecture

View the Puhaty Lecture from November 2020: Nurses in Action to Achieve Health Equity with national nurse leader Susan B. Hassmiller, PhD, RN, FAAN.

Other events at the School of Nursing

The OHSU School of Nursing keeps a detailed schedule of upcoming events. SON Alumni are encouraged to attend and participate. Learn more.

Connections alumni magazine

Published four times a year, Connections is a newsletter of people, connections and community for more than 12,000 alumni and friends of the OHSU School of Nursing. It is sent free and automatically to all alumni of record. To receive a copy or be added to the distribution list, subscribe to our publications mailing list. If you have a story idea or would like to contribute to the magazine, fill out the event, news or announcement form. Read the latest Connections newsletter on the School of Nursing website.