Pathways Magazine Breakfast
The College launched the Fall 2018 issue of Pathways Magazine on December 3 at the Pathways Magazine Breakfast and panel discussion in the Klein Cube. This issue focuses on our health care graduates and the role they fill in taking care of residents, and how our relationships with alumni, employers and health care facilities strengthen educational endeavors and serve residents in need. Dr. Mary Anne Celenza, dean of the Division of Math, Science and Health careers, served as the moderator. Panelists included Dan Larmour, a 2010 Nursing graduate who provides individuals and families with end-of-life care through Holisticare Hospice; Jennifer Myers, a Jack Kent Cook scholarship recipient and 2017 graduate of the Diagnostic Medical Imaging program, who is a radiologic technologist at Mercy Philadelphia Hospital; and Laureen Tovolaro-Ryley, associate professor of Nursing and Independence Foundation Chair in Nursing at the College.