64 nursing students elected to international honor society
Sixty-four undergraduate and graduate students recently were elected to membership in the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. The students were inducted through the honor society's Delta Alpha Chapter at the School of Nursing. They are:
Undergraduate students: Leslye Ayers, Dorie Barnes, Kimberley Bartell, Travis Benton, Dawn Bishop, Joseph Brady, John S. Brinkman, Daniel Brown, Sara Day, Irene Dickerson, Elisabeth S. Dillon, Mayra Esquivel, Lara L. Fite, Andrew Forest, Roberto Garcia, Gladys Gilmore, Kelly Grisham, Julia Hackett, Kathleen Hubbard, Sandra Hudson, Lisa Kisro, Kristin Knesse, Christina Leal, Fernando Lopez Jr., Kristina Luna, Kimberly McBride, Laurie Minard, Brandye Mize, Roberto Moreno Jr., Kate Moll, Amie B. Mueller, Lainie Penshorn, Jan'ete Ralston, Michael Rokovich, Elise Rundle, Shelia Ryals, Seneca Saenz, Christina Siemonsma, April Silva, Veronica Solis, Vanessa Sotelo, Abril Torrez, Diana Urquizo, Veronika Vidaure-Menchaca and Arthur Wendorf
Graduate students: Tanya V. Marin, Glyness Pabualan and Patricia B. Wolff
Sigma Theta Tau International is a prestigious organization of nurse leaders, scholars and researchers. The honor society has 356 chapters at more than 400 colleges and universities in Australia, Canada, South Korea, Taiwan and the United States. The society has more than 230,000 members who live in 73 countries.
Membership in the society is awarded to bachelor's, master's and doctoral nursing candidates who achieve high scholastic averages, and to graduates of nursing programs who have made outstanding contributions to nursing.