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Class of 2017: Nursing Degree and Baking Business? Piece of Cake for This Grad

Michelle Bonsu is heading for a job as a labor and delivery nurse in Fairfax. She is taking her favorite, stress-busting hobby with her: high-end baking. Click the photo to read more.

TOMORROW! Support the School of Nursing on #GivingToHoosDay: a 24-hour University-wide day of giving. Help us spread the word by sharing and liking posts on social media - use #UVANursing to tag your message!

"I am thankful and blessed that I went to UVA... " and, "All is forgiven." Honoring UVA School Of Nursing's own 'Hidden Figure,' Ms. Mavis Claytor, the School's first African-American graduate, who told students today that "there are no boundaries in nursing ... now go and do remarkable things."

Happening Now! We are kicking off Black Alumni Weekend with the McGehee Lecture, honoring Ms. Mavis Claytor, the School of Nursing's first African-American graduate.

Mavis Claytor was the first African-American student to attend and graduate from UVA School Of Nursing, and she came back to get her master's degree.

Happy Spring from the School of Nursing!

HISTORY MAKER Dr. Barbara Brodie, who founded UVA School Of Nursing's pediatric nurse practitioner program and its Bjoring Center for Nursing Historical Inquiry, is the author of "Mr. Jefferson's Nurses," and was instrumental in the founding of the American Association for the History of Nursing in the early 80s. We're celebrating her five-decade career with the Barbara M. Brodie Endowed Faculty Fund in Nursing History, which has already attracted more than $500,000 in gifts. But a total of $2m is needed to fund this chair. Will you help us get there? To give, contact Kelly Williams McCaskill: … and thank you!