43 UH Manoa Nursing Students Inducted into Nursing Honor Society
Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) is the nursing honor society founded in 1922 and consists of more than 135,000 active members across more than 90 countries whose mission is to “support the learning, knowledge and professional development of nurses committed to making a difference in health worldwide.” From its inception, STTI has valued excellence and scholarship; it was the first U.S. organization to fund nursing research.
STTI consists of more than 500 chapters. The Hawaii Gamma Psi-At-Large chapter held its first induction ceremony in April 1992. Its most recent Hawaii statewide induction ceremony was held in spring 2016 at the Manoa Grand Ballroom at the Japanese Cultural Center in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The following list consists of all University of Hawaii at Manoa inductees. Those who were able to attend, took their oath as members after receiving their membership certificates and purple and white cords. Dr. Estelle Codier, associate professor at UH Manoa Nursing and President of STTI Gamma Psi-At-Large Chapter congratulated inductees.
Benz, Dina Valeria
Capulong, Maria Concordia
Conde, Joan, Eula
Cunha, Geena Michiko
Haruki, Ashley Ann
Nalundasan, Joen Mae
Sigma Theta Tau International offers many opportunities to enhance the membership experience via the vast resources it provides (e.g., online books, career tools, educational opportunities, leadership development, and periodicals). With its grant-offering partners, it supplies more than $200,000 annually for conducting nursing research.
This semester, Gamma Psi Scholarship offered scholarship awards to Dina Benz, the undergraduate recipient and Lindsey Vandolah, the graduate recipient.
For more information about Sigma Theta Tau, Gamma Psi-At-Large Chapter contact Dr. Estelle Codier at email@example.com or the UH Manoa counselor Frankie B. Hale at firstname.lastname@example.org.