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5 common questions students ask about taking online classes

With recent trends indicating the continued growth of online learning, students both young and old are likely to encounter an […]

Additional free and discounted services offered during the coronavirus outbreak

With the coronavirus pandemic sweeping across the nation, students and their families may be struggling to adapt to the new […]

3 biggest mistakes nursing school applicants make

The biggest mistakes we see nursing school applicants make – and how to avoid them Are you getting ready to […]

Top jobs you can get with a master’s in health informatics and information management

What is health informatics and health information management? Health informatics and information management is a professional field focused on the […]

Metro Health & Davenport University partnership gains momentum

One successful partnership experience often leads to another. And that’s certainly been the case for Davenport University’s College of Health […]

New VA program offers Davenport students cutting-edge experience in primary care nursing

Preparing students for careers in primary care nursing Helping people manage health conditions related to Agent Orange exposure may not […]

Two Davenport University Leaders Named ‘Notable Women in Education Leadership’

Dr. Karen Daley, dean of the College of Health Professions and Lisa Howze, vice president of Davenport University’s Detroit campus […]

Research out of Davenport University results in deeper understanding of antibiotic resistance

Davenport University faculty Laura Harris and pre-nursing student Blue Goad co-authored an international, peer-reviewed paper in December 2018. This summer, […]

Passionate about education and community health, DU alum supports Beaumont Hospital in achieving Magnet Recognition

For Kenyatta Legette ’14, innovation is part of everyday life. Innovation surrounds her in her job as a nursing educator […]

Davenport University partners with two community colleges to offer Bachelor of Science in nursing degrees

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of nurses needed to serve the U.S. population will grow from […]

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