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Belmont College Director of Nursing announces retirement ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Sue White, director of nursing at Belmont College, has announced her retirement, effective June 30. For more than two decades, White has enriched the lives of countless nursing students. She joined Belmont College in 1988 as an adjunct faculty member. She later became an instructor of nursing and, over the years, was promoted to assistant professor of nursing and associate professor of nursing. In 2008, White was promoted to assistant director of nursing and became a certified nurse educator in march 2012; she was named director of nursing in 2015. During her career she helped to oversee the building of the college’s Health Sciences Center. This state-of-the-art building, which opened in 2015, houses all of Belmont College’s health sciences classrooms. White has served on the Belmont College Foundation Board since September 2008 and will remain on the board after her retirement. “My time at Belmont College, as both an instructor and as an administrator, has been challenging but also greatly rewarding,” said White. “The challenge has been to continuously provide an accessible and affordable, high-quality education for our students, many of whom face challenges in their own lives, in an environment of constantly changing higher education standards and financial support.

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