College of Nursing, SNA win six awards
The Charleston Southern University Student Nurses’ Association came away from this weekend’s Student Nurses’ Association – South Carolina Conference with six awards honoring the work the CSU SNA has done in the past year.
"These awards are evidence of our students’ passion for and dedication to the nursing profession and our bachelor of science in nursing program,” said Dr. Tara Hulsey, dean of the College of Nursing and Allied Health. “We have an extremely strong SNA chapter, and the students consistently role model leadership and a commitment to service. I’m very proud of them.”
CSU SNA Awards included:
- Best Break Through to Nursing Project
- President’s Award for Excellence – Beth Hoisington, a senior nursing major from Goose Creek, is president of the CSU SNA
- Most Creative Break Through to Nursing Project – Fall Fling
- Most Spirited Luncheon Table
- Community Health Award – Amber Johnston, senior nursing major from Summerville
- Best Website – Virginia Walters, senior nursing major from Charleston
In addition to the student awards, Dr. Hulsey received the Muriel Horton Dean Award, which recognizes the dean who is an inspirational leader and supporter of the SNA program. This is Hulsey’s second time receiving the award. She received the honor in 2010 also.
The Student Nurses’ Association is a preprofessional organization offering leadership experience, educational opportunities, career networking and information about the ever-changing profession of nursing.