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College of Nursing

East Tennessee State University

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Luisa Carvajal

Luisa Carvajal is originally from Colombia, South America, and made the move to Tennessee with her family as a child. This semester, she is serving on the student committee for the College of Nursing’s Undergraduate Academic Standards Committee. She will graduate in May 2019 and has already accepted a position as a hospice oncology nurse at Holston Valley Medical Center.

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Lauren Snapp

Lauren Snapp, 25, graduated in December 2017 with her bachelor of science in nursing. The Science Hill High School alumna and Johnson City native earned her LPN in 2014 and, since starting her journey at ETSU in 2015, has experienced an awful lot in terms of life, and loss. 

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Shayla Atkins

Shayla Atkins knows she can’t save the world — but maybe she can greatly improve part of it. Atkins is a volunteer at the James H. Quillen Veterans Affairs Medical Center, where she escorts veterans through the hospital.

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Sierra Galloway

Johnson City native Sierra Galloway signs her emails "Cheerfully! Sierra Galloway." Nothing could be more appropriate. She is an enthusiastic person who does nothing half-way.

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Joseph Welsh

Joseph Welsh is a student in the East Tennessee State University's accelerated Bachelor of Nursing as a second degree program.

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Altheria Davis

Altheria Davis, a junior studying nursing at East Tennessee State University, arrived here by a very round-about route.

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Caitlin Cherry

Caitlin Cherry was drawn to East Tennessee State University because of its Honors College and the "unbelievable opportunities" she couldn't find anywhere else. And she hasn't been disappointed.

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