The Healthcare Association of Hawaii (HAH) honored two UH Manoa Nursing students, Lindsey Vandolah and Vanessa Lui with scholarships at their October 3, 2015 annual gala at the Ko’olau Country Club. Both students are completing their first year in the Graduate Entry Program in Nursing (GEPN).
Vandolah is enrolled in the Advanced Public Health Nursing program and Lui is enrolled in the Adult Gerontology Nurse Practitioner program. The HAH serves as Hawaii’s advocate for a comprehensive and financially strong healthcare system that successfully responds to our diverse and changing healthcare needs. The Hawaii Hospital Education and Research Foundation (HHERF) presented fourteen scholarships to students who are preparing for careers within healthcare or continuing their education to advance within the healthcare field and were recognized at the HAH event. This event, with more than five hundred guests in attendance, recognized members of Hawaii’s healthcare teams who are positively impacting healthcare.
UH Manoa Nursing graduate student Liat Miller was one of four students selected for a scholarships presented by American Organization Of Nurse Executives (AONE) Hawaii. She was recognized at the 2015 annual leadership conference held at the Royal Hawaiian on November 5, 2015, with more than 200 attendees. Miller is currently enrolled in the Family Nurse Practitioner Program at UH Manoa. AONE is a national organization who is the voice of Nursing leadership in our country.