UW-Green Bay nursing students join Sigma Theta Tau honor society
GREEN BAY — Fifteen students from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Professional Program in Nursing were inducted recently into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing in recognition of their superior achievement, leadership and professionalism in nursing.
UW-Green Bay Professional Program in Nursing and the Bellin College of Nursing together have an at-large chapter, Kappa Pi-at large, of Sigma Theta Tau International.
Inducted were: Joyce Clark, Houston; Victoria Craddick, Palmer, Alaska; Benjamin Patrick, Minneapolis; Monica Prosser, LaPorte, Ind.; Casey Covington-Tillery, York, Ala.; Nikki Leow, Marinette; Sarah Oleson, Sobieski; Mary Beth Tichawa-McCarthy, Bayfield; Aimee Ysebaert, Green Bay; Sally Ledvina, Luxemburg; Pamela O’Neil, Appleton; Camella Granara, Hancock, N.H.; Courtney Nelson, Springfield, Minn.; Marion Moreno, Ellison Bay; and Paula Soletski, Green Bay.
The UW-Green Bay Sigma Theta Tau officers are Prof. Janet Reilly, vice president; Prof. Susan Gallagher-Lepak, secretary; and Nursing Program Adviser Jennifer Schwahn, counselor.