Diana Lynn Morris, a 1981 graduate of Penn State’s Nursing program, received the 2018 Shirley Novosel Distinguished Nursing Alumni Award, presented by the Penn State Nursing Alumni Society to recognize an alumnus/alumna who exemplifies the spirit of nursing and the College of Nursing’s ideals and philosophy.read more
The Nursing Program at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, will hold an information session March 22 for nurses interested in the Nurse Practitioner Options of the master of science in nursing (M.S.N.) degree program. The session will be held from 4 to...read more
Alumni Spotlight: When it comes to getting involved, Wendy Edgar has a predicament: “I can’t say no!” she says. But what may present a time-management challenge for Edgar has proven to be an asset for the University and the College of Nursing, which have benefited greatly from her leadership talents.read more
A serendipitous conversation on a bus during her first semester led to Maria San Román’s four-year involvement with SNAP’s Penn State chapter. Four years later, she is preparing to graduate in May with an impressive array of achievements under her belt.
As president of SNAP at Penn State during her senior year, Maria led the chapter to winning the Chapter Excellence Award at the statewide convention for the third year in a row, and developed a website that won the Outstanding Chapter Website award at the same event. On a personal level, Maria was honored to receive the Student Leader Scholarship Award, administered through the Office of Student Activities, in December.read more
Both the University and the College of Nursing have greatly benefited from the leadership talents of Wendy Edgar, president of the College of Nursing Alumni Society and former president of the Washington–Greene County Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association.read more
Dear Fellow Alumni, As I sit here writing this, it’s hard to believe that this is my final one as president of the Alumni Society. I am so proud of the work that we have been able to accomplish over the past year and a half. I have been fortunate to...read more