This network explores innovative approaches to enhancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in academic nursing and the nursing workforce.
AACN is seeking abstracts for the Transform 2021 Conference and Diversity Symposium. View Call for Abstracts
AACN is offering an award that recognizes excellence in collaboration among students in PhD and DNP programs. Award winners will receive up to $2,000. Learn more.
MentorLINK is a personalized service that brings experienced deans together with deans looking for wisdom and support to overcome challenges and maximize impact. Learn more
The Diversity Leadership Institute is a program aimed to enhance professional knowledge in order to stimulate strategic thinking and advance outcomes at participants' home institutions. The application deadline is November 1. Apply now!
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Press Release— July 30, 2021
The Arnold P. Gold Foundation and AACN announced that 50 schools of nursing nationwide were selected to receive funding to host White Coat/Oath Cerem...
Advocacy, Policy— July 28, 2021
Inside this edition of Washington Weekly: Countdown to August Recess: Opportunities for AACN Advocates to Engage with Federal Policymakers; Senate HE...
News, Newsletter— July 28, 2021
On July 21, 2021, the Communivax Coalition, which is convened by the Center for Health Security at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Healt...
— July 28, 2021
Launching the new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leadership Network earlier this week represents AACN’s latest step to serve as a primary advocate ...
Student News— July 21, 2021
AACN is pleased to announce the latest scholarship winners from three scholarships programs funded by CastleBranch and Hurst Review Services. These p...
Interview with Dr. Susan Bakewell-Sachs from Oregon Health & Sciences University at the 2017 Academic Nursing Leadership Conference.
“AACN is the only place that I can come and truly be among peers.”