The Northwestern Michigan College (NMC)/DU concurrent students developed a collaborative group project in there NURS 415 Evidence Based Nursing course. Students identified a topic of interest, developed a research question, researched the literature, reviewed the evidence and using the steps of Evidence Based Practice generated a meaningful collaborative research project.
Need to quickly print something on the go right before class? Now you can with Paw Prints. Paw Prints is a way for students with print credits to wirelessly print PDFs to a designated printer from laptops, Android phones and tablets.
There is a designated multi-functional printer at each campus library, in the lobby of the Peter C. Cook Center and a phaser printer in the W.A. Lettinga Panther Den that will print PDF’s wirelessly.
The system uses the free print credits allotted to you based upon the number of classes you take. If no more print credits exist, Paw Prints will begin charging your Panther Dollars account. If additional Panther Dollars are needed, please visit DU-posit. Cost per printed page is $0.10.
Don’t miss out on the information you need, plan to attend a workshop 1 to 2 semesters ahead of your internship. It is never too early to start planning and searching for your opportunity! Watch for East Side in-seat dates to be released soon.
Career Service Awareness Day!
Tuesday, September 1 , 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Lettinga Campus – Panther Den
All students, faculty and staff welcome! We would LOVE to see you!
The Office of Alumni and Development is proud to feature our next alumni success story spotlighting Kaylani Rubley, ‘14 BSN. Kaylani knew she wanted to be an Emergency Room Nurse since 8th grade – the day her mother was rushed to the hospital. She was able to put her passion of helping people like her mom, into action right away as a nursing student.
Jim Turner, faculty in the management department at Lansing, recently presented the winners trophy at the Pure Michigan 400 at the Michigan International Speedway.
CentuyLinkQuote.com has created a School Pride Scholarship asking students across the United States to create an original infographic explaining how the advancement of technology usage is leading to new career paths and leading more students away from traditional careers.
Convocation is the official academic welcome of students to Davenport University. The 2015 Convocation will be held this Thursday, August 27, from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. in the W.A. Lettinga Student Activity Center.
Faculty are asked to wear their regalia with hats as optional.
Welcome Week at Davenport is here! What better way to celebrate than with a little friendly photo competition? Starting Monday, August 31 through Friday, September 4 we invite you to tag your best welcome week Instagram photos with the hashtag #WelcomeToDU. Show us your panther pride on campus, in your dorm, at the new athletic field or wherever you want to show your DU love! The winner will be selected at random and will win a DU prize package including:
Students, staff and faculty are invited to “Openly Straight”, a presentation by Bill Konigsberg on September 23 from Noon- 1:00 PM in the Sneden Center Auditorium. Konigsberg is an award winning author who shares his story of coming out as a teen and again as a sports writer for ESPN and The Associated Press.