Loewenberg School of Nursing
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Welcome to the Loewenberg School of Nursing (LSON), a place that helps you achieve your dream!

new homeOur New Home – Summer 2015
The Community Health Building will house the Loewenberg School of Nursing and the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders on the University's Park Avenue Campus.
With 177,000 sq. ft., the building will accommodate approximately 1,000 nursing students, 70 faculty and staff, and nearly 130 graduate clinicians, clinical and research faculty and staff in communication sciences and disorders.
The four-story building will feature a primary care education suite for advanced practice nursing education, a 170-seat auditorium and lecture hall, a new home for the Memphis Speech and Hearing Center, and research, health assessment and skills labs.


lambuthCampus at Lambuth
The Loewenberg School of Nursing offers the traditional BSN program and the RN-BSN program at our Lambuth campus.



apply nowAPPLY NOW to the Loewenberg School of Nursing!  Programs offered include the traditional BSN, accelerated BSN, RN-BSN, and MSN with concentrations in Administration, Education, Executive Leadership, and FNP and also Post Master’s Certificate programs.



imageLet's Talk Health Podcast Empowers Listeners
Let's Talk Health is a production of the University of Memphis' Department of Communication and the Loewenberg School of Nursing (LSON) to empower you to communicate and make healthy choices. The podcasts are produced at the WUMR studios and hosted by Lisa Beasley MSN, NP-C, RN, family nurse practitioner and clinical assistant professor in LSON, and Gretchen Norling Holmes, PhD., assistant professor in the department of communication.



Loewenberg School of Nursing
100 Billy Mac Jones
Memphis, TN 38152
Phone: 901.678.2003
Fax: 901.678.4906


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Dr. Callista Roy to present at UofM!

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On November 7, 2014, 2:00pm-3:00pm, Dr. Callista Roy will visit the LSON and present “Roy Adaptation Mode for the 21st Century” at Faculty Organization Meeting  in the University Center - Beale room (363) at the University of Memphis main campus.

Dr. Roy is Professor and Nursing Theorist at Boston College in the William F. Connell School of Nursing. Dr. Roy is best known for her work on the Roy adaptation model of nursing.

Dr. Roy has been named a Living Legend by the American Academy of Nursing and the Massachusetts Registered Nurses Association.


LSON supports  AACN in Joining Forces For Veterans, Military Service Members, and Their Families.
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