At Duke University School of Nursing (DUSON), we are deeply committed to fostering diversity in the classroom and beyond. As we celebrate Black History Month, we’d like to show how we’re creating a culture of inclusivity, understanding and support for individuals of all backgrounds.
Brigit Carter, associate dean for diversity and inclusion, was recently featured in an article entitled "On Veterans Day, Recognizing Those Among Us Who Have Served" published by Duke Today.
Military veterans represent a significant, but not always visible, segment of the Duke community. That experience benefits the university in the classroom and in the workplace. On Veterans Day, the university shines a light on veterans’ service, both to Duke and to the nation.
Janice Humphreys, Michael Relf, Christina Hendrix and Brigit Carter will present "Holistic Admissions: What It Is and What's the Evidence" on Tuesday, Oct. 30 from 12 until 1 p.m. in Pearson 1026 as part of the Fall 2018 Teaching Conversations Series.
The Fall 2018 Teaching Conversations Series are sponsored by Duke University School of Nursing Institute for Educational Excellence and Duke University Health System Clinical Education and Professional Development.
Brigit Carter was recently featured in an article entitled "Nurse of the Week: Brigit Carter, Associate Dean in the Duke University School of Nursing, Heads Program for Underrepresented Minorities" published on dailynurse.com.
Congratulations to Brigit Carter who was recently named Blue Devil of the Week!
Carter was featured in a story entitled "Blue Devil of the Week: Leading Diversity at the School of Nursing" published on Working@Duke.
Duke University School of Nursing has been committed to investing resources in recruiting and graduating nurses from diverse populations in an effort to build a nursing workforce that reflects society.
The Academy for Academic and Social Enrichment and Leadership Development for Health Equity—more commonly known as the Health Equity Academy II (HEA II)—has been one of the programs at Duke created to support minority students in the ABSN program.
Brigit Carter was recently featured in a story entitled "Nominations Wanted for Teamwork and Diversity Awards" published by Working@Duke.
For decades, Lovest Alexander and Brigit Carter served as champions for diversity in their areas of Duke.
Congratulations to the 2017-2018 DUSON cohort of Teaching for Equity Fellows Health Professions Educators: Nancy Crego, Valerie Sabol, Brigit Carter, Jennie De Gagne, Midge Bowers, Michelle Hartman, Jill Brennan-Cook, Sharron Rushton, Jen Graf-Perkins and Lisa Lewis!