Lock Haven University has been graduating quality registered nurses for 30 years and Kim Owens, assistant professor in the Nursing Department at LHU, has played a major role in her students' successes. Owens will retire from her position at LHU on Aug. 14.

Earlier this year, Lock Haven University announced plans to expand its nursing programs and establish a school of nursing.

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