Nursing Honors Society Induction 2020

November 17, 2020

By Parker Petruney ‘21

On Friday, October 23, 35 nursing students were inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Epsilon Tau-at-Large Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing.

To be inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing an undergraduate student must have completed half of the nursing curriculum, achieve academic excellence of a 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 grade point average system, rank in the upper 35 percent of the graduating class, and meet the expectation of academic integrity.


This year's student inductees are:

Oleta Andros ’21

Jordyn Arnott ’21

Jordan Bergeron ’21

Nichole Bourque ’21

Molly Bright ’21

Emma Browall ’21

Bailey Conti ’21

Julianna Corsetto ’21

Kelsey Czarnota ’21

Abigail Donnellan ’21

Emily Gaumond ’21

Audrey George ’21

Sarah Geraghty ’21

Meghan Greeley ’21

Cameron Kurkel ’21

Julia Laenen ’21

Kerry McGuillicuddy ’21

Hannah Moody ’21

Marissa Moorhead ’21

Jenna Morrison ’21

Hannah Mullane ’21  

Emma Murphy ’21

Taylor Pacheco ’21

Maggie Parisi ’21

Kelly Quirk ’21

Natalie Rogers ’21

Emily Ryan ’21

Erica Sherman ’21  

Megan Slaney ’21

Hannah Steinaway ’21

Jillian Sweeney ’21

Molly Weaver ’21

Olivia Whalen ’21

Alison Verge ’21

Caroline Zarcarchuck ’21


Membership into Sigma Theta Tau provides students with research opportunities and professional connections. Inductees also receive a subscription to the “Journal of Nursing Scholarship and Worldviews on Evidence-Based Nursing.” Students are also invited to join events sponsored by the Epsilon Tau at-Large chapter. Nursing Professor Destiny Brady, the Faculty Advsior for Sigma Theta Tau, says “We are so proud of the new members of our international honor society. They have worked hard to achieve their academic success and we look forward to follow their future achievements in the nursing profession.”

The mission of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing is advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarships, leadership, and service. With more than 135,000 active members in more than 90 countries, the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing is the second-largest nursing organization in the world.

The Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing became the first U.S. organization to fund nursing research. Sigma supports numerous professional development products and services that focus on the core areas of education, leadership, career development, and scholarship. Sigma also offers career development programming as well as leadership programs to further member’s skills.

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