Meet our Nursing Professor Zenaida Rosales During Nurses week, come and celebrate these incredible professionals with us. Today we share the amazing life story of our Nursing Professor, Zenaida Rosales. She has a lot to say about her experience as a Nurse. Thank you, Professor Rosales, for everything you’ve done for both our Nursing students and your countless patients! This year we’re trying to do our part in honoring our dedicated Nursing students and alumni by sharing their video stories....
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May is Mental Health Month
During uncertain times – and even during the best of times – life can weigh heavily on each of us. If we talk openly about our mental health, we slowly start to break down the stigma that keeps people from getting the help they need.
WellConnect is available to help ASA students tackle whatever has them feeling down or overwhelmed. WellConnect is here to support our students with services like:
· Consultations for legal or financial issues
· Support during crisis or big life changes
· Community resources for family and caregiving
· Online assessments, self-help tools, expert tips and more
During May, help us inspire others to #checkin on their mental health too.
Celebrate Nurses Month with ASA May is Nurses Month, and 2020 is the Year of the Nurse! We have so many great reasons to recognize this meaningful career. Learn more about the American Nurses Association and the celebrations that will take place throughout May to honor Nurses Month: anayearofthenurse.org/about-nurses-month We’re doing our part in honoring our Nursing students and alumni who do so much by sharing their video stories. If we haven’t recorded your story yet, let us celebrate you. Access www.asa.edu/nurses2020 to...
Dear ASA Students I hope you and your family are healthy, safe, and well. Over the past few weeks, the COVID-19 crisis has had a profound impact on higher education. We have become a locked-down society. As a result, we are experiencing a sea of change in the way we do business: (a) Traditional classes have moved online; (b) Graduation ceremonies are canceled; (c) Executives, faculty, and staff are working from home when just a month ago we were working...