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The highlight of the conference was the keynote address by CEO of the National League for Nursing, Beverly Malone Ph D, RN, FAAN.
The second conference was held on June 10 and 11, 2015 at the School of Nursing, Signe Skott Cooper Hall, UW-Madison. Elaine Wendt and the project liaisons planned a wide variety of sessions, opening with a keynote by American Association of Colleges of Nursing President-Elect, Juliann Sebastian, Ph D, RN, FAAN.
Fifty (50) individuals from all four project campuses were in attendance; of these, twenty-seven (27) were Nurses for Wisconsin fellows or faculty loan repayment participants.
Lead conference was held on the UW-Eau Claire campus on October 9 and 10, 2014 at Davies Student Center and the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.
The conference kicked off with remarks from Barbara Nichols, DNSc (hon), MS, RN, FAAN with a focus on diversity The following conference session focused on time management and aligning professional and personal goals.
A roundtable followed and nursing leaders from UW nursing programs fielded questions from the audience.
Oshkosh Defense will showcase its next-generation Joint Light Tactival Vehicle this week at the Eurosatory defense expo in Paris, the company announced. It brings a smoother ride with all the protection provided by the Mine Resistant Ambushed Protected, or MRAP, vehicles.
Following the end of a supply agreement with Blue Bird Corporation, effectively leaving General Motors without a body manufacturer with which to supply chassis, the company exited production of full-size bus chassis, producing the later GMT560 solely as a cutaway-cab vehicle.
The Blue Bird Vision entered production in 2004, becoming the first conventional-style school bus produced without a second-party chassis.
Army and Marine Corps' High Mobility Multipurpose Wheeled Vehicle, or Humvee, offering faster speed, greater protection and better off-road mobility, the company said.
It is based on Oshkosh's Light Combat Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle and features a powerful drive train and TAK-4i suspension that enables troops to travel off-road at speeds 70 percent faster than today's gold standard, Oshkosh said.