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School of Nursing tops Campaign Emory goal ahead of schedule

By Pam Auchmutey | Emory Nursing | Dec. 16, 2011

Shawn Marie Fox was a toddler when she witnessed her brother's home birth.

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As a high school volunteer, Alisha Virani saw what nurses could do for seniors in assisted living.

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Segue student Mary Steimer holds a degree in public health.

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Brandon Johnson plans to become a family nurse-midwife. His son Rigby was born last year.

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Debbie Stevens is studying the impact of racial discrimination on caregivers and health outcomes among African Americans caring for family members with dementia.

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The week of March 14 started on a high note when Dean Linda McCauley called an impromptu gathering in the nursing school lobby at noon. Faculty, staff, and students cheered and applauded when she announced that the school had surpassed its $20 million fund-raising goal for Campaign Emory. What’s more, the school met its goal two years ahead of schedule and was the first school to reach its goal.

“Here’s to the very best students, staff, faculty, and alumni in the world,” said McCauley as she led a Coca-Cola toast to celebrate the school’s historical accomplishment.

Since Campaign Emory began in 2005, the nursing school has raised more than $20.6 million for student scholarships, faculty research, service-learning projects, and academic programming. More than 3,000 individuals, corporations, and foundations have supported the campaign.

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