FGCU BSN STUDENTS OUTPERFORM AT FNSA VIRTUAL CONVENTION
Nine FGCU BSN students attended the 2020 FNSA Convention held virtually last October 22-24th along with assistant professor Dr. Sharon Wright, and successfully reached commendable accomplishments. FGCU’s NSA won the Breakthrough to Nursing award highlighting the dedication to service projects at FGCU and in the community. Also, FGCU nursing student Margaret Eardley was awarded a scholarship. Fantastic work NSA and Congratulations to Ms. Eardley.
Nursing Students also played Kahoot with FGCU’s very own NSA President Carolyn Barrow
holding the lead of the trivia challenge for several rounds. An additional notable
gain, student Anna Albers won a Hurst NCLEX review in a raffle.
In addition to all of these achievements, FGCU had 2 BSN students run for positions on the FNSA Executive Board with Chloe Paman being elected to the Region 7 Director position. Congratulations to Chloe Paman. We were allotted 1 delegate, Dante Ashpole, who represented FGCU in the House of Delegates by voting for us on four resolutions and the elections of the new FNSA officers.
As always, we are proud of our FGCU BSN students for their commitment to community and academic excellence. We are equally proud of the commitment our faculty, administration and community partners fulfill to support student success.