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SDSU College of Nursing inducts students to honor society

BROOKINGS--South Dakota State University's College of Nursing inducted 690 students into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society chapter. The induction was held following the April 14 Distinguished Deans' Lecture at McCrory Gardens Educat...

BROOKINGS-South Dakota State University's College of Nursing inducted 690 students into the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society chapter.

The induction was held following the April 14 Distinguished Deans' Lecture at McCrory Gardens Education and Visitor Center.

The Phi chapter, which started at SDSU in 1961, induced the following area individuals:

Sioux Falls NACC: Tenelle Choal, Chamberlain; Rebecca Vanorny, Mitchell.

Brookings fifth semester: Mahalia Olson, Kimball.

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Brookings fourth semester, Mariah Roth, Olivet.

To be considered for membership into Sigma Theta Tau, undergraduate students in their fourth or fifth semester need to rank in the upper 35 percent of the graduating class. For graduate students or nurse leaders, the individuals need to demonstrate achievement in the nursing profession. Membership is by invitation to baccalaureate and graduate nursing students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and to nurse leaders who demonstrate exceptional achievement in nursing.

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