"SON creates a learning environment where knowledge is created and shared. It is preparing me to show compassion to patients in their times of need along with being innovative when providing healthcare." Anjali, class of 2022Give Now
As a graduate of the School of Nursing, you are the cornerstone of our excellence, our greatest asset, and thus your continuing engagement with the School is vital to our success as an institution. We encourage you to stay connected with fellow nursing alumni, current and former nursing faculty, and current students. Increase your involvement in our nursing community by participating in School Alumni Events, organizing or hosting an alumni event in your city, updating your contact information, making a gift to the School’s Innovation Fund and including the School in your estate planning.
If you are celebrating a UCLA Nursing milestone class reunion or would like to help organize or host a reunion gathering or reunion class gift, please contact Jonathan Adrias at email@example.com. Reunion class gifts will count towards the alumni participation rate and will impact the opportunities available for current students who are working hard to join you as alumni of this great institution. The UCLA School of Nursing Innovation Fund is the featured giving opportunity for all reunion campaigns. You may also choose to designate your gift to any center or program at the UCLA School of Nursing.
Many thanks to all of you who continue to support the school, your continuing involvement and engagement fuels our excellence and empowers us to succeed!
Please contact Jonathan Adrias for more information on how you can get more involved, and with any questions you may have.
Jonathan Adrias Office: (310) 983-1140 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dean Sarna’s career at UCLA spans 50+ years as a nursing student, faculty member, chair and member of the Academic Senate, and ultimately dean of the School of Nursing.
To encourage more nurses to join boards of directors for community and governmental organizations, foundations, corporations and other entities, Dean Linda Sarna and Dr.
Cathy Gabster, MSN ‘07, taught master’s students at the School. She notes: “The UCLA School of Nursing made a big change in my life by enhancing my career in nursing, for which I will always be grateful.