Meet the Dean
Meet the Dean of the College of Nursing: Dean Patricia Ravert
Former student, Andrea Gardner, poses as Florence Nightingale at the 100th anniversary of Nightingale’s death (2010).
Graduates of the baccalaureate nursing program celebrate following College of Nursing convocation.
Graduate Program Outcomes
The Family Nurse Practitioner program is ranked among the top nursing graduate schools in the nation.
Global Health and Human Diversity
The Global Health and Human Diversity course provides opportunities for students to practice nursing skills abroad.
The Healer's Art
The bi-annual college magazine informs alumni and friends of nursing events and activities.
Research and Conferences
Students attend a conference in Madison, WI.
A MEG grant facilitates student learning in the Navajo Nation.
Our goal is to create a global community of nurses who lead in using scholarship, knowledge and technology to improve the health of the world's people.
The Honor Society of Nursing provides leadership and scholarship in practice, education and research to enhance the health of all people. We support the learning and professional development of our members, who strive to improve nursing care worldwide.
Sigma Theta Tau was founded in 1922 by six nursing students at Indiana University. Modern nursing was barely 20 years old when Mary Tolle, Edith Moore, Marie Hippensteel, Dorothy Garrigus, Elizabeth Russell and Elizabeth McWilliams met to found a Society to advance the status of nursing as a profession. They recognized the value of scholarship and the importance of excellence in practice. With the full idealism of women forging pathways of change in the 1920s, they wanted to build a framework to encourage future leaders to effectively improve health care.
In 1936, Sigma Theta Tau was the first organization in the U.S. to fund nursing research. Since then the Society has underwritten more than 250 small or "seed" grants, which often begin a whole body of research. These peer-reviewed grants are often the first recognition of potent concepts that eventually lead to major, wide-scale research projects and innovation in the nursing profession.
Everyone had a great time at Zombie Zumba the day after Halloween! In addition to the good workout, well-needed cleaning supplies were donated to SLC Refugee families.
In February 2014, members of Sigma Theta Tau collected 60 children’s books related to health and science topics. The books were personally inscribed by new members at the induction meeting for Sigma Theta Tau Iota Iota Chapter. Students donated these book to several local elementary schools where they were gratefully received.
These are just a few of the Thank-you notes they sent in return:
Iota Iota Chapter
Excellence in Leadership
Excellence in Education
Excellence in Nursing Practice
Cultural Diversity Award 2015