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NUSNA Goes Big in Texas

There is a saying that, “Everything is bigger in Texas” and that is certainly true about the reputation of the National University Student Nurses Association.  Five delegates, recently, flew to Dallas, Texas to represent NUSNA and National University at the 2017 National Student Nurses Association Convention.  Stephanie Fraenzl, NUSNA President, was approached by several convention attendees to ask about the operations and successes of the National University association.  The President of the California Student Nurses Association was even overheard directing students to our delegates saying, “Ask them how they do that, they have a great association.”
Photo of delegates just before a House of Delegates meeting to vote on resolutions that bring awareness to and promote various healthcare topics.  Left to Right:  Johannah Buenafe (NUSNA Legislative Director), Cheyenne Scruggs (NUSNA Member), Kylie Clower (NUSNA Member), Maribel Koke (NUSNA Mentorship Director, Stephanie Fraenzl (NUSNA President)

NUSNA was nationally recognized twice at the convention.  First, they were honored with an award for their newsletter, The Pulse.  Check out the newsletter here.  Secondly, they were recognized for their monthly community event, Shower of Blessings.  Learn more about participating in this community event here!
Posing with the awards presented by the National Student Nurses' Association. Left to Right: Kylie Clower, Stephanie Fraenzl, Maribel Koke, Cheyenne Scruggs.

NUSNA is a wonderful organization that is active on campus and in the community.  There are several benefits to joining the organization.  If you are interested in becoming a part of this nationally recognized organization, definitely check out their website!  If you are not a nursing student but are interested in getting involved with their community outreach and service projects, check out their Community Service page here.

Congratulations on all your success! 


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