This year the alumni chapter will have their first virtual Prayer Summit. Proceeds from the Prayer Summit contribute to scholarships and development of nurses attending PVAMU College of Nursing, which has produced some of the best nurses during its one hundred year legacy.
Alumni, PV nursing students need your support to help them navigate uncharted waters and support them in achieving their goals.
This mentorship program gives alumni and current students the opportunity to connect.
When Houston hospitals began filling up in recent weeks because of the intensified battle with COVID-19, the “calvary” arrived by the hundreds.
Who are these health care heroes? Nurses.
The pandemic has amplified the importance of the health workers who take care of patients at the bedside, in nursing homes, in clinics, in educational settings and almost everywhere else.
We have a wonderful opportunity to celebrate YOU and the work you do every day as a professional nurse. The PVAMU Marketing and Communications Department is featuring a story for World Health Day by publishing an article highlighting nurses.
Dr. Betty N. Adams, Dean of the College of Nursing is asking that you share your story to celebrate our 100 year history. Please click the link below and fill the form out before January 1, 2020:
1954 Graduate PV Nursing College one of the oldest Alumni at the Gala
Mentoring Social at College of Nursing October 28, 2019 during students lunchtime
New Students Luncheon at the College of Nursing
Mattie Mason, the President of the PV Nurses Alumni Chapter, received the Centennial Service Award at Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated Centennial Founder's Day Luncheon on 1/18/2020 at The Hilton Houston Post Oak
Dr. James Palmer-PVAMU Provost and Senior Vice-President of Office for Academic Affairs, to the left of Mattie Mason-the Chapter's President, spoke at the PV Nurses Alumni Chapter monthly meeting on February 19, 2020.