“Training the next generation of nurses — fast” – President Gamble discusses the future of nursing education with Times Union
Maria College President Thomas J. Gamble was recently featured in the Times Union where he discussed the current climate in the nursing industry. He sites simulation technology, such as that found at Maria College, as one possible solution to increasing the workforce if legislation were to allow for this kind of technology to be used for clinical hours.
Maria College Associate Professor for Ethics and Health Policy Dr. David Hoffman helped to develop a new national goal: to reduce the risks of Americans getting Alzheimer’s disease.
Victoria Battell, Maria College Senior Vice President and Chief Mission, Strategic Planning, and Advancement Officer, served as one of the United States representatives on the international Mercy Global Action Task Force on Climate and Water, and helped to create their position paper for the UN ahead of COP26 – the Climate Change Conference of the Parties.
On Friday, October 22, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., the eligible public is invited to receive a free Pfizer vaccine at Maria College’s Fitzgerald Court located on campus in Marian Hall. This event is co-sponsored by St. Peter’s Health Partners. No appointments necessary as this is a walk-in clinic.
Maria College has announced that President Thomas J. Gamble will retire in 2022, after a successful six years at the helm of Maria. As President Gamble completes his time at Maria, the college will continue to move forward with its campus master plan and strategic compass which the board approved during his time at Maria. Maria College will initiate a nationwide search for its next president immediately.