Word from the Vice President of Academic Affairs, School of Nursing
Indiana Wesleyan University and the School of Nursing (SON) are no strangers to the call for social justice and thus follow Christ's command to support those who are hungry, naked and ill. “Modern day slavery” or human trafficking is a growing concern in this arena. Recent research found that over 80% of all trafficked victims had seen a health care professional during their time of trafficking, but trafficking went unrecognized. The School of Nursing, along with the Bastian Center for the Study of Human Trafficking, and the Eta Chi chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, decided to launch a national conversation by hosting the Health and Human Trafficking Conference to be held on our residential campus (Marion, Indiana). Join us as we come together with nationally and globally known speakers to learn about prevention, prosecution and protection in human trafficking. For more information, including registration, visit www.indwes.edu/hhtc today!
WELCOME to the Indiana Wesleyan University School of Nursing: a place for strengthening and stretching your skill set; a place where you will achieve your goals; and a place where you can become a world-changing nurse.
Dr. Barbara Ihrke, Vice President of Academic Affairs
IWU School of Nursing