Speaking program, open house unveil Rivier’s revamped nursing, business and cyber-security centers | News, Sports, Jobs

75








(Courtesy photo) Russell Norris, assistant professor and director of Rivier University’s security studies program, takes guests on a tour of the technology now available in the school’s new business and cybersecurity wing.

(Courtesy photo) Rivier University President, Sr. Paula Marie Buley, cuts the ceremonial ribbon to officially open the university’s newly transformed Sylvia Trottier Hall. University officials and guests, including Mayor Jim Donchess, right, participated in the event.

(Photo by ED COLLIER PHOTOGRAPHY) Melissa Boddy, director of the new Center for Nursing Simulation and Clinical Education at Rivier University, demonstrates the new pediatric patient simulator to several students during a recent open house celebrating the university’s new Centers for Nursing, Business and Technology.

LOG IN TO CONTINUE

Print Subscriber? Sign up for full access!

Please sign up for just 36 cents a day to continue browsing our website.

Unlimited access to all stories from nashuatelegraph.com on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Access nashuatelegraph.com, view our digital edition or use our full access apps. For more information, visit nashuatelegraph.com/fullaccessLog In

Newsletter


Join the thousands of people who already receive our daily newsletter. To see also : Artificial Intelligence Ai In Cyber Security Market Market 2022 Disclosing Latest Trends and Advancement Outlook 2028 – This Is Ardee.






See the article :
TDSi has announced that it has achieved Cyber ​​Essentials Plus certification following…

Comments are closed.