Marguerite B. White, Wagner professor of nursing from 1957 to 1970, died on November 28, 2011, at her home in Heritage Village, Connecticut. She was 96. She earned her B.S. in nursing from Skidmore College, her M.S. in nursing education from Syracuse University, and her Ed.D. in nursing education from Columbia Teachers College. After teaching at Wagner, she became an associate dean of the University of Connecticut School of Nursing. Her published work included Curriculum Development from a Nursing Model: The Crisis Theory Framework (1983). She was predeceased by her husband, Willard White, and is survived by her daughters, Ellen White Jeffrey '63 and Elizabeth White Fox '69, as well as three grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.
Joan Giordano ’60: Color, Form, and Texture
Joan Baldassano Giordano ’60 is a visual artist who combines painting and sculpting, using media ranging from bamboo to wax.
What’s Inside: The Triathlon Team
What are the components of a triathlon? Learn from the top Seahawk finisher at the 2018 USA Triathlon Collegiate National Championship.
The Wagner Antiques Roadshow recalled many aspects of College history and culture.
Where She Found Her Stride
One of the first female ‘Wagnerian’ editors, Joan Bansemer Ehren ’53, gives back to the College.