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BCU students work to reform nursing education nationwide

Jan 29, 2015

A group of Briar Cliff nursing students is getting national recognition for its work.

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Businesspeople, retirees and students explore 'good life' at Blue Zones workshop

Jan 11, 2015

Juan Munoz knows why he gets out of bed in the morning. Do you? ...

Briar Cliff designated an official "Blue Zone Worksite"

Aug 19, 2014

Briar Cliff is now an official "Blue Zone Worksite," meaning the University maintains a healthy work environment that promotes and encourages employee well-being. ...

Briar Cliff alum returns to practice family medicine in Sioux City

Jul 31, 2014

Two nights before his first day of work at Family Health Care of Siouxland Morningside Clinic, Dr. Nicholas Bechtold had a terrible nightmare. ...

Conference raises human trafficking awareness in Siouxland

Jun 26, 2014

Human trafficking is closer to home than you think. On June 17, hundreds of Siouxlanders learned how to help put a stop to it. ...

BCU recognizes nursing majors at Pinning Ceremony

May 15, 2014

Briar Cliff University’s Department of Nursing recognized 113 nursing majors during the 25th Annual Commitment to Professional Nursing and Pinning Ceremony, held recently on campus. ...

Hundreds of Siouxland girls learn what 'STEM' is all about

Mar 15, 2014

"Women can do everything that guys can do," says eighth-grader Alexa Scheitieler. "We're just as important." ...

Program director presents at APTA convention

Feb 2, 2014

Dr. Patrick Cross recently had four peer-reviewed abstracts accepted for presentation at the American Physical Therapy Association’s Combined Sections Meeting 2014. ...

Assistant professor, cancer survivor, molding minds at BCU

Feb 1, 2014

CARROLL, Iowa — When Bobbie Weber began working as a nurse at St. Anthony's Regional Hospital and Nursing Home, one of her favorite parts of the job was seeing "light bulbs" go off for other nurses. ...

State-of-the-art nursing lab prepares students for life after The Cliff

Jan 1, 2014


State-of-the-art biology equipment at students' fingertips

Jan 1, 2014

“We have some of the most modern science equipment available at any undergraduate program in the nation,” says Dr. Kelly Eder, assistant professor of biology. ...

Physical Therapy director appointed to APTA Subcommittee

Dec 10, 2013

Dr. Patrick Cross, director, physical therapy, has been appointed to the American Physical Therapy Association’s Advocacy Awards Subcommittee. ...

Associate Professor Featured in Nursing Journal

Dec 3, 2013

Dr. Mary Nissen recently coauthored an article titled “Integrating Genetics and Genomics into Nursing Curricula,” published in Nursing Clinics of North America. ...

BCU student goes to extremes to make acting role believable

Nov 7, 2013

It’s difficult for Dale Hartshorn to watch his acting cohort and fiance Joey Myers lay in bed, seemingly in pain, and not be able to do anything to help. ...

BCU Student Walks For a Cure in Dallas

Nov 1, 2013

Toni Boggs just completed Susan G. Komen 3-Day Breast Cancer Awareness Walk in Dallas, Texas, where she helped raise more than $3.3 million for a cure — blisters and all. ...

High School Students to Tour Cadaver Lab at Campus Visit Day

Oct 1, 2013

For high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who dream of being a doctor, nurse, physical therapist or simply working in health care, BCU’s Health Sciences Campus Visit Day, Friday, Oct. 11, 2013, will offer a broad spectrum of insight and information. ...