Finger Lakes Health College of Nursing & Health Sciences is pleased to announce that the following students were inducted into the Alpha Xi Chapter of the Alpha Delta Nu Honor Society of Nursing on April 6 during a pinning ceremony held at Kings Catering & Party House:
- Kayla Ball (Geneva)
- Danielle Gonyea (Westport)
- Emily Guinan (Rochester)
- Ashlyn Hopkins (Palmyra)
- Adia Johnson (Rochester)
- Tina Kephart (Rochester)
- Matthew Oberdorf (Newark)
- Elena Paolini (Manlius)
- Sarah Shaw (Moravia)
- Megan Tebo (Hilton)
- Morgann Thomas (Rochester)
- Amahtala Walker (Rochester)
The National Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (N-OADN) Alpha Delta Nu recognizes top associate degree nursing students. To be considered for membership, students must have completed their first year of nursing, have attained a 3.0 overall GPA and earned a B or better in the core nursing courses.
Students also must have demonstrated conduct on campus and in the clinical areas that reflects both integrity and professionalism.
Back Row, left to right. Adia Johnson, Danielle Gonyea, Matthew Oberdorf, Kayla Ball.
Front Row, left to right. Elena Paolini, Tina Kephart, Ashlyn Hopkins, Megan Tebo, Sarah Shaw, Amahtala Walker.
Missing: Emily Guinan and Morgann Thomas
The mission of the Alpha Delta Nu Nursing Honor Society is to recognize the academic excellence of students in the study of Associate Degree Nursing. The society encourages the pursuit of advance degrees in the profession of nursing as well as continuing education as a life-long professional responsibility.
Finger Lakes Health College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers flexibility to students seeking an associate’s degree in Applied Science with a major in nursing. As a privileged part of Geneva General Hospital, its unique hospital-based program allows students to gain clinical experience on its campus in Geneva, NY. To learn more visit http://flhcon.edu/ or call (315) 787-4005.
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