Academic journal article Nursing Education Perspectives

In Memoriam

Academic journal article Nursing Education Perspectives

In Memoriam

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Genevieve Mary Clinton, a former associate dean of the Georgetown University School of Nursing and Health Studies, died on her 75th birthday on April 1 7. After leaving Georgetown in 1981, she became a certified nursing home administrator.

Evelyn Cohelan, chief architect of George Mason University's nursing program in Fairfax, Virginia, died on May S at age 90. When her husband was elected to the US Congress in 1 959, Dr. Cohelan took a faculty position at the University of Maryland School of Nursing, where she ultimately served as associate dean of graduate studies. In 1 973, she left for George Mason University to create a nursing program. The Evelyn E. Cohelan Endowed Faculty Leadership Award has been established by the George Mason University Foundation in her honor.

Mary Linley Hopkins died on May 2. Dr. Hopkins was an instructor in the School of Nursing at Fairleigh-Dickinson University's College of Education and later was an associate professor of nursing at Rutgers University. She retired from teaching in 1982.

Lois Malasanos, recipient of the NLN Award for Outstanding Leadership in Nursing Education in 2002, died on April 22. …

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