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2 New Awards

By |February 22nd, 2018|Dr. Marilyn Ray's Blog|

I have been honored with two new awards to be presented in March and April respectively: The Christine E. Lynn Our Lady of Mount Carmel Award at St. Jude Church, Boca Raton, Florida, March 3, 2018. Distinguished Fellow. The National Academies of Practice. (FNAP),  April 14, 2018.

Christmas Letter & My Year 2017

By |December 19th, 2017|Dr. Marilyn Ray's Blog|

Dear Friends, This is my annual Christmas letter in which I can bring you up to date on many of my activities throughout 2017. I am hoping that you had a wonderful and blessed Christmas holiday and are looking forward to the new year. I know we all have busy lives and Christmas reminds us of all the blessings, graces and challenges that we have received during this year. I am posting this as a blog on my website too for all my students and faculty friends. My year has been busy—wonderful in the sense of continuing my affiliation [...]

2017 Blog Update, Happy New Year!

By |February 5th, 2017|Dr. Marilyn Ray's Blog|

It has been a long time since I have written to all of you who are interested in me and read my work on my website. I hope that you all had a very blessed and successful 2016. I wish you all a Happy Valentine’s Day, 2017. I have had a busy 2016. I am continuing on the faculty at Florida Atlantic University, the Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, in Boca Raton, Florida guiding some PhD students in caring science, guest teaching on transcultural caring, giving the Convocation address, and also presenting at different venues in the United [...]

Happy New Year!

By |December 31st, 2014|Dr. Marilyn Ray's Blog|

Here is it the last month of the year, 2014. How quickly the time has gone by. I am delighted to share ideas with you as you have with me over this past year. This is my first blog! First of all, I would like to take this time to say thank you to everyone who visits my website. It truly is gratifying that so many students, faculty, and friends are interested in me, my theory of Bureaucratic Caring, and my commitment to caring science, transcultural caring and complexity science/s in nursing. My talented webmaster, Brandon Ernst, told me [...]

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