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Margaret Newman, early nurse theorist and faculty emeritus, passes
Margaret Ann Newman, who served as a nurse theorist and professor at the University of Minnesota from 1984 to 1996, died Dec. 18 at the age of 85. She is widely known for her theory of health as expanding consciousness and published the earliest primer on developing nursing theory, Theory Development in Nursing.
School celebrates legacy of Cook-Lapidus, Foundation trustee, alum and psychiatric nurse
June Cook-Lapidus, School of Nursing Foundation trustee, previous Foundation chair and Dean’s National Board of Visitors member emeritus, passed away Dec. 21. A “double Gopher,” Cook-Lapidus earned a master’s degree in nursing in 1978 and another master’s degree in psychiatric nursing in 1982.