The Marian University Student Nurses' Association gathered at the 64th annual Convention of the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association. Members in front row from left include: Evan Brown, Emily Young, Stephanie Sievers, Tiffany VanSambeek, Abby Vandehey and Beth Wodsadelek. Back row from left: Karen Roberts, Tina Voit, Katlyn Vandehei, Erica Konrath, Rebecca Mueller, Wendy Reckelberg, Anastasia Krueger, Megan Mueller and Nancy Noble.
The Marian University Student Nurses Association (MUSNA) received recognition of their community service at the 64 thh Annual Convention of the Wisconsin Student Nurses Association, held Feb. 1-3 in the Wisconsin Dells. MUSNA, represented by 14 nursing students, received the "Most Community Projects" award.
On winning this award, Nancy Noble, associate professor in the School of Nursing and MUSNA co-advisor said, "This award illustrates how active MUSNA is in comparison to other nursing schools in the state. MUSNA participates in many University and community service projects throughout the year and this award demonstrates the involvement and commitment to assist others. Community service is a core value of Marian University and recognized by the nursing profession, and MUSNA works hard to maintain its reputation for being an active and professional organization that strives to meet its goal and mission."
Along with receiving the award, Marian University student Evan Brown was elected to serve on the 2013-14 Wisconsin Student Nurses Association Board of Directors.