Archived News – February 2005

Feb
18
2005
Steve Chisolm, director of student services at Baylor University's Louise Herrington School of Nursing, will take a year's leave of absence from Baylor beginning in July 2005 to pursue Air Force training. Chisolm has served at the nursing school for 10 years, the last two as director of student services. He has also served in the Air National Guard for 29 years, rising from the rank of airman to lieutenant colonel.
Feb
18
2005
Steve Chisolm, director of student services at Baylor University's Louise Herrington School of Nursing, will take a year's leave of absence from Baylor beginning in July 2005 to pursue Air Force training. Chisolm has served at the nursing school for 10 years, the last two as director of student services. He has also served in the Air National Guard for 29 years, rising from the rank of airman to lieutenant colonel.
Feb
18
2005
Steve Chisolm, director of student services at Baylor University's Louise Herrington School of Nursing, will take a year's leave of absence from Baylor beginning in July 2005 to pursue Air Force training. Chisolm has served at the nursing school for 10 years, the last two as director of student services. He has also served in the Air National Guard for 29 years, rising from the rank of airman to lieutenant colonel.
Feb
7
2005
The Baylor Rural Health Center in Itasca, operated by Baylor University's Louise Herrington School of Nursing, received an economic development award Jan. 31 from the Itasca Chamber of Commerce. The clinic, which is Itasca's only health care center, received the award for making the greatest impact on the Itasca community in the past year.
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