MSU nursing honor society initiates 10
Omicron Tau Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, Nursing Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony April 19. Jill Fuller, a former Minot State University nursing faculty, presented the keynote address "What scholars can do." Fuller is president and chief executive officer of Prairie Lakes Health System in Watertown, S.D.
The following new inductees will graduate in December: Sharon Dickman, Juan Quesad and Marlee Wunderlich, Minot; and LanaLee Lambrecht, Minot Air Force Base. Inductee Christopher Gordon, Minot, graduated in May. Heidi Terrell, Spring, Texas, is a student in the RN to BSN Program through MSU.
The community nurse leaders inducted included Nicola Roed, MSU Department of Nursing chair; Rachel Hmidan, Trinity Homes; Thomas Seabolt, Alicia Rossow and Jennifer Shaw, Trinity Mental Health.
Sigma Theta Tau, an international society of scholars, focuses on world health through a global community of nurses who lead in using knowledge, service and learning. Eligibility requires students to have completed half of their education program and be academically ranked in the upper one third of their class. Community nurse leaders are obligated to make excellent contributions to the field of nursing.
For more information, contact Marita Hoffart, MSU adjunct nursing faculty, at firstname.lastname@example.org.