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UJ Nursing Association Awarded at ND Convention

Over the weekend of January 28, the Nursing Student Associations (NSA) of North Dakota met for their annual convention in Dickinson, ND. Each of the schools of nursing in North Dakota is represented at this event.

The University of Jamestown’s NSA received the Most Active District award based on an assembled scrapbook depicting events held throughout the past year.

“The Most Active District award is a coveted award because it reflects the involvement and work of several students. It represents a balance of education, community service, social opportunities among nursing students and fundraising activities,” said Teree Rittenbach, Professor of Nursing at UJ.

In addition to the group award, two UJ students received honors. Senior nursing student, Logan Wang, received the State Leadership Award, and Megan Bidwell, a sophomore nursing student, gained a position on the State Board as Community Health Director.

The primary purpose of NSA is to promote socialization into the nursing profession through education, leadership and service. The organization provides the opportunity for development of collegial and mentoring relationships among nursing students of all levels. Baily Lublin, a junior nursing student, is President of the UJ Nursing Student Association and Teree Rittenbach is the faculty advisor.

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Posted:February 12, 2018


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