Congratulations Dr. Brenda Binder!
Congratulations to Dr. Brenda Binder who was honored by the Good Samaritan Foundation at a luncheon at the Omni Hotel in Houston.† Dr. Binder was awarded the Gold medal in the category of Nursing Education - Faculty. This is a great honor as she was selected from a large pool of highly qualified nominees.
The Good Samaritan Foundation (GSF) is a fund raising and grant-making organization dedicated solely to Texas nursing. Its mission is to increase the quantity of nurses dedicated to clinical care and to improve the quality of nurse education and training. Established in 1951 by a group of prominent Houstonians, the Foundation's governance today is comprised of a diverse group of leaders in Texas business, healthcare, and philanthropy. Good Samaritan Scholars is the nationís largest privately-supported scholarship program for nursing, distributing more than $15 million in financial aid to 15,000+ nurses since inception.In addition, three of the Silver medalists honored today are TWU-Houston PhD graduates/students:
- Ifeoma Ezeobele (graduate 2008) - Nursing Education - Clinician
- Cynthia Stinson (graduate 2006) - Nursing Education - Faculty
- Charlie Elliott (current PhD student) - Nursing Administration and Leadership
Bachelor of Science†Nursing Information Session - NEW DATE
The College of Nursing will be hosting an information session for prospective bachelor of science nursing students on Friday, October 4th from 10am-12pm at the Dallas Center.†Space is limited, so please register. (Please note that this replaces the session†originally scheduled for September 6th.)
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Search for Endowed Chairs in Informatics and Teaching Excellence
TWU Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell College of Nursing Dallas invites applications and nominations for the newly-created Houston J. and Florence A. Doswell Endowed Chairs in Nursing Informatics and Teaching Excellence. More Information ...
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