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Nursing Department to Induct First Class of Honor Students

The Nursing department is fulfilling its journey to bring scholarship, research and ultimately stature to National University.  It has long been the goal for Nursing at NU to preside over its own chapter of the prestigious Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Honor Society nursing.  The journey begins when Nursing develops and implements a student nurses honor society . By following closely the bylaws and guidance of STTI headquarters we must maintain a full honor society for one year before requesting chapter status.

We began this process in February and will be welcoming our first group of inductees in the honor society this Friday, June 29th. The inductees consist of students who have achieved at least a 3.00 GPA as well as demonstrated a commitment to community, academic excellence and nursing scholarship. Membership is open to nursing faculty and alumni.

There will be 45 new inductees from the Rancho Bernardo Campus and 25 from the Los Angeles and Fresno campuses.  This represents a significant step in the life of the department and for the university. On the tails of the approval our first  doctorate program, Sigma Theta Tau will bring a commitment to nursing scholarship, research and excellence recognized world wide.

If you are interested please direct questions to Jayne Moore (jmoore@nu.edu) or Rich Guertin (rguertin@nu.edu)

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