Nursing students inducted into national honor society
Topeka, Kan. — The Eta Kappa Chapter-at-Large of Sigma Theta Tau International, the national honor society for nursing, inducted 13 Baker University members on Dec. 7 at the Pozez Education Center on the Stormont-Vail HealthCare campus.
Nursing students inducted from the December 2010 class were Kelsey Balint, Katie Burgen, Lindsy Harders, Katie Jaschke, Courtney Koelzer, Carolina Leon, Heather Matzke, Amanda Rottinghaus, Jessica Salah, Christine Seeman, Jessica Stover and Sharon Woolever. Amy (Wempe) Douglas, RN ’99, was inducted as a community member.
The faculty selected Amanda Rottinghaus as the recipient of a $250 chapter scholarship. Katie Burgen and Jessica Stover, who attended the Sigma Theta Tau International Leadership Conference with Libby Rosen, associate professor, and Patricia Miller, ’08, served as guest speakers.
Undergraduate students must have a 3.0 grade-point average and rank in the top 35 percent of their class to qualify for membership.