UNH Nursing Honor Society Recognizes Excellence and Inducts New Members
Contact Sharon Keeler
July 1, 2003
DURHAM, N.H. -- The Eta Iota chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing at the University of New Hampshire recently honored several nurses and inducted 45 new members
Awards to honor excellence in academic achievement, research, leadership and mentorship were given to Emily Collins, Kathy Carson, RN, and Gail Lenehan, RN, Outstanding Student Achievement Awards; UNH Associate Professor of Nursing Susan Fetzer, RN, Excellence in Research; Cynthia Gray, RN, Excellence in Leadership; Diana Crowell, RN, CS, CNAA, Excellence in Mentorship; UNH Associate Professor of Nursing Raelene Shippee-Rice, RN, Community Research Grant; and Christine Di Geronomo, Student Research Grant.
New members inducted into the honor society include:
Loranda Armendariz Joni Bourque
Six nursing students founded sigma Theta Tau International to recognize,
promote and reward nursing excellence. Sigma Theta has more than 100,000
active members throughout the world. It is a network of nursing leaders
who practice as clinicians, administrators, supervisors and educators
dedicated to improving the health of the world's people through knowledge,
scholarship, technology and leadership. Membership is conferred only on
nursing students or nurses with exceptional achievement in their field
who have graduated from bachelors, masters or doctoral programs.