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June 17, 2015
By Janie Magruder
GCU News Bureau
Dr. Melanie D. Logue, dean of the GCU College of Nursing and Health Care Professions (CONHCP), has been appointed by Gov. Doug Ducey to a five-year term on the Arizona State Board of Nursing.
Dr. Melanie D. Logue
Logue said she was delighted about the appointment, which meshes with her commitment to share her time and talents in service to protect the public.
“At the same time, I am certain this experience will continue to grow me as a nursing leader and cultivate new skill sets that will be relevant to my University role as I network with peers, professionals and community thought leaders,” she said.
The state of Arizona and a group suing over a controversial law requiring abortion providers to tell patients it's possible to reverse a medication abortion agree to delay implementation of the measure until a court ruling.
Local leaders of all sorts are a common sight on Capitol Hill — often decked out in button-ups or T-shirts to carry a message about a program or cause. But this week local officials — including 18 Arizonans — are working the hallways of Congress for an unusual cause: funding for foreign affairs.