In May of 2019, Associate Professor Sarah Kelly was invited to Chang Gung University of Science and Technology (CGUST) in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
During her visit, she provided instructional seminars to undergraduate students and individual research consultations to faculty.
As a visiting scholar and professor, she presented two lectures: one to undergraduate students and faculty that focused on using mentoring experiences in hospitals to improve the transition of new graduate nurses and the second to faculty on how to engage undergraduate students in research and project learning. Both presentations provided an opportunity to engage with other professionals regarding the academic success of students.
The establishment of a partnership with CGUST will allow the Montclair State University School of Nursing the ability to conduct an educational study abroad program. Students will have the opportunity to expand their healthcare knowledge and apply it to a global context. The program will provide them with experiences such as visiting international medical services, learning about Chinese medicine, exploring rural and community-based medical services, and engaging in public health experiences.
To learn more about our partnerships, visit: montclair.edu/nursing/partnerships/