Carter-Fleck Professorship in Nursing

The Carter-Fleck Professorship in Nursing honors two gifted, caring nurses who helped found the nationally respected University of New Mexico College of Nursing in September 1955: Mary Jane Carter and Marion Fleck. A goal of the Professorship is to build on the strong College of Nursing programs and to lead and coordinate efforts in research, advanced care, and clinical practice. Another objective of the professorship is to allow the College of Nursing to broaden the scope of its current offerings in areas where it is not feasible to have permanent faculty. Endowed in 1999 by lead donors Presbyterian Healthcare Services, Lovelace Health System (formerly St. Joseph Healthcare System), Rufus Carter, and the Fleck family, the professorship has since become a significant area of philanthropy for many other generous donors. Your gift supports this professorship and continues the legacy of Mary Jane Carter and Marion Fleck.