Lienhard School of Nursing Timeline
Admission of the first students to the Associate Degree Program in Nursing on the Pleasantville campus. This was the first collegiate nursing program in Westchester
The Graduate School of Nursing, New York Medical College moved to the Pleasantville campus of Pace College and was renamed Graduate School of Nursing, Pace University
The first nurse-managed academic health center in the U.S. was established on the Briarcliff campus with a grant from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Specialty Master′s program in the Graduate Division began with a major in Nursing Administration
Center for Continuing Education in Nursing and Health Care established.
Graduate School of Nursing merged with the Lienhard School of Nursing to become the Graduate Division of Nursing with a Generic Master's Program and a Specialty Master's Program.
Center for Nursing Research and Clinical Practice (CNRCP) was established.
Merger of New York and Pleasantville Lienhard School of Nursing continuing education program into one organizational unit.
Graduate division in Nursing separated into a Generic Master's Department and a Specialty Master's Department.
Specialty in Family Primary Care began in Fall 1984, funded by DHHS, Division of Nursing Joint collaborative program established with Mount Sinai Medical Center.
University Health Care Unit expanded under management of Lienhard School of Nursing with a $1.33 million grant from W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
The Alumni Organization develops a newsletter, News ′N Notes, published twice a year.
The school signed the first international joint appointment with the University of Utrecht, Netherlands.
An office for Student Nurses at Pace (SNAP) was established.
Primary Health Care Associates (PHCA) was created in response to increased community needs for a wider range of primary health care services in multiple settings.