Courtesy of the Health Science Department.

Nursing students train with virtual cadavers

As society continues to make strides in science and medicine, California Baptist University is  keeping up with the latest technology and enhancing the learning experience for its students. Recently, CBU purchased digital cadavers from Anatomage, a company that produces cutting-edge technology. The cadavers are advanced pieces of equipment that can enrich the students’ learning experience. […]

Nursing mannequins talk back

The School of Nursing at California Baptist University has advanced its technology since first opening its doors to students in 2006. In 2010, the Institute of Medicine released its report “The Future of Nursing,” motivating California Baptist University’s nursing program to prepare its students for future developments. The IOM report said high rates among newly […]

Nursing student takes up graphic design, finds inspiration in music

Despite his choice to pursue nursing at California Baptist University, Eric Diamsay, junior nursing major, uses his talent as a graphic design artist to give back to the community and live his purpose. Through the influence of his favorite bands and artists, he has exercised his love for graphic design and served those around him. […]

Nursing addition dedicated

California Baptist University  dedicated the new Nursing Annex and Robert and Phoebe Lamberth Prayer Garden on Sept. 25. The ceremony, which was attended by faculty, staff and nearly 200 nursing students, is a reminder of the major growth that has occured since the opening of the nursing school in 2005.  It included speeches about the […]

News briefs Sept. 7

COLONY FOOD SERVICES EXPAND California Baptist University residents now have another option when looking to quench their hunger. Mimicking Briscos’s Café, food tents have been set up within The Colony to serve lunch and dinner. One swipe with a CBU I.D. card can provide students one entrée, two sides and a beverage. The food service […]