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Bell MSN ’16 Publishes Integrative Review of OUD Education Offerings for Acute Care Nurses
As opioid use disorder (OUD) is a growing global concern, Christine Fournier Bell MSN ’16, RN, CAPA, WCC, is advocating for accurate and up-to-date educational offerings for nurses in order to increase positive patient outcomes.

Ramirez-Tejeda '20 Named a Top 30 NCAA Woman of the Year Honoree; 2020 GNAC Woman of the Year
The Woman of the Year Selection Committee has announced the Top 30 honorees for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award and Emmanuel graduate Yuleska Ramirez-Tejeda '20 is among the Top 30 honorees.

Orme Elected to Global Esports Research Board
Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication & Media Studies Stephanie Orme, Ph.D. has been named an inaugural board member of the Esports Research Network (ERN), an international organization formed to connect esports researchers and practitioners around the world and gain a greater understanding of the role and impact of esports in society.

A Message from the President: Now is the Time


Emmanuel’s Theater Program Broadcasts Virtually with Revival of Mystery Radio Theater
After their time on campus was cut short this spring, Emmanuel’s Theater Arts Program revived its award-winning Mystery Radio Theater series from home. Season 3 premieres Sunday, May 24, with “Meteor Man,” and will also feature Daphne du Maurier’s “Rebecca,” “Frankenstein,” and other classic tales.

Art Department’s Senior Thesis Exhibition Goes Virtual
Emmanuel College’s Senior Thesis Art Exhibition presents the projects of each of the graduating seniors from graphic design, studio art, art therapy and individualized majors in visual communication.

Message From the President: No Ordinary Time
Emmanuel College honors the Class of 2020—the first to graduate in Emmanuel’s second century, highlights some of what was achieved in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, and shares insights on what lies ahead.

Sirack ’20 Awarded Boren Scholarship to Study Amharic in Addis Ababa
Rahel Sirack ’20 was recently awarded a Boren Scholarship, which she will use to study Amharic, the official language of Ethiopia, at Addis Ababa University during the next academic year.

Candidates for Distinction in the Field Present Research Across 20 Disciplines
Nearly 60 students from the Class of 2020 presented the culmination of their senior research projects to the wider Emmanuel community during the College’s annual Candidates for Distinction in the Field Presentation Day on Thursday, April 30.

Malual ’21 Awarded Esteemed Truman Scholarship for Public Service
Emmanuel College junior Dina Malual has been named a 2020 Truman Scholar, the premier graduate fellowship in the United States for those pursuing careers as public service leaders.

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