Omicron Tau chapter of society inducts 11 new members

Omicron Tau Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Honor Society recently held its annual induction of new members at Minot State University.

Among the inductees were May graduates: Darcy Mott, Bismarck; Keri Nelson, Minot; Christopher Petty, New York; Megan Ripplinger, Minot; Katey M. Scott, Pennsylvania; and Kelly Wong, Minot.

Students who will graduate in December 2013 are Leslie Crosten, Megan Schaan, Krystal Schmidt and Leah Stevens. Also inducted was Natalie Kulkarni, an RN to BSN student from Bottineau.

Students need to have completed more than half of their program and rank in the upper third of their class with a grade point average above 3.00 on a 4.00-point scale.

Community nurse leaders include Constance Geyer, faculty member at MSU; and Karla Robillard, health educator, and Kiley Andreas, nurse at Trinity Health.

The International Nursing Society was founded in 1922 and has more than 140,000 active members in 85 countries throughout the world. Its vision is to create a global community of nurses who lead in using knowledge, scholarship, service and learning to improve the health of the world’s people.