Fourteen students were selected to membership in the ASU Nursing Honor Society during the spring semester 2013. Pictured are Lauren Holt, Sarah Benjamin, Mason Collins, Anna Melby and Michelle Wentworth - all in the first class of graduates from the generic baccalaureate program. Selected from the RN-BSN program were Stephanie Jackson, Elisabeth Arreguin, Roby Lester, Jessica Coffey, Sarah Meyer, Lauren Cochran, Gemma Riccardi, Mary Gonzales, and Charli Thompson.
Please check out other pics from spring semester membership in the Gallery below.
Angelo State University
Nursing Honor Society
Becoming a member of an honor society identifies ones commitment to the profession of nursing. Membership in the ASU Nursing Honor Society is conferred in one of the following categories:
1. Undergraduate Student
2. Master’s Student
1. Nurse Leadership
Membership Eligibility Guidelines:
If approved to become an official chapter, Angelo State University Nursing Honor Society members will be invited to become Charter Members of the new, official chapter of STTI.
This group comprises the Nursing Honor Society Board Members
|President||Kathryn E. Artnak|
|Vice President||Jennifer Braziel|
|First Counselor/Eligibility||Walter Baranowski|
|Leadership Succession Chairman||Martha Tafoya|
|Special Projects||Kelly Michael|
Walter Baranowski, Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing and member of the Board of Directors of the Angelo State University Nursing Honor Society traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana, in September 2012 to attend the Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) Leadership Forum. The theme for the conference was Nursing Leadership: Impact at Every Level. Sessions were divided into focused tracks including Student, Academic, Clinical, and Chapter Operations to meet the needs of the attendees and their chapters. General plenary sessions and networking lunches were offered throughout the conference to allow participants to brainstorm and strategize on how to position their chapters to positively impact their members and communities. Walters attendance and the training he received brings ASU’s Nursing Honor Society one step closer towards becoming a fully affiliated STTI chapter!