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Robin Cole Chosen to Speak at UW’s Nursing Convocation Ceremony Robin S. Cole, a University of Wyoming Master of Science nurse educator candidate, has been chosen by her classmates to be the speaker at the Nursing Convocation ceremony Friday, May 12, 2-4 p.m., in the Arts and Sciences auditorium. "I was very surprised to be nominated by my peers to speak at graduation," Cole says. "It is an honor to speak to such a dedicated group of nurse leaders and their families." Cole, from Green River, plans to address the graduating nursing students with a talk focused on leadership in the nursing profession. "Nursing is a profession that requires lifelong learning, and graduates of our M.S. program serve in a variety of educational roles at colleges and health care organizations such as hospitals,” says Mary Burman, dean of the Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing. “So, we are really excited to have Robin Cole as our speaker to talk about her experiences as a learner as well as an educator in nursing." Though Cole was born in Craig, Colo., she is a Wyoming girl at heart. "Craig was the closest hospital," Cole explains. "I lived in Baggs up until age 5.

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