NSNA 62nd Annual Convention
AWARD WINNERS

2013-2014 Award Winners


The NSNA Board of Directors carefully considered all of the entries submitted for the 2013-2014 Program Awards. Here are this year’s winners, to be presented at tonight’s Closing Ceremony starting at 4:30pm in Delta A. Images of the winners will appear in the September/October issue of Imprint. Congratulations to all the winners!

Winner’s Way
Group 1: Nursing Students of Washington State
Group 2: Hawaii Student Nurses’ Association
Group 3: Wisconsin Student Nurses’ Association
Group 4: Student Nurses’ Association of Illinois
Group 5: Michigan Nursing Students’ Association

Precious Metal Awards Program
Top School: University of Detroit Mercy, Detroit MI

Legislation/Education
State: California Student Nursing Association
School: Covenant School of Nursing, Lubbock, TX

Breakthrough to Nursing® Awards
State: Georgia Association of Nursing Students
School: Harding University, Searcy, AR

Community Health Awards
State: Arkansas Nursing Students' Association
School: University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL

Disaster Preparedness Awards
School: University of Texas at Austin
State: Georgia Association of Nursing Students

Newsletter Contest
State Level 1: Michigan Nursing Students' Association
State Level 2: Maryland Association of Nursing Students
School: California State University, Sacramento

Image of Nursing Awards
State: Arkansas Nursing Students' Association
School: Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

Website Awards
State: New Jersey Nursing Students, Inc.
School: Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

Robert V. Piemonte Financial Excellence Award
Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, AR

Bylaws & Policies Award
Student Nurses' Association of Pennsylvania

Empowering Resolutions
Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Global Initiatives in Nursing Awards
State: Arkansas Nursing Students’ Association
School: Our Lady of the Lake College, Baton Rouge, LA

International Photo Contest
1st Place: Leonarda Gaige, Polk State College, Winter Haven, FL
2nd Place: Larissa Pinczuk, Harding University, Searcy, AR
3rd Place: Asma Agad, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

NSNA State Excellence Awards
Group 1: Student Nurses Association of Guam
Group 2: Hawaii Student Nurses’ Association
Group 3: Tennessee Association of Student Nurses
Group 4: Louisiana Association of Student Nurses
Group 5: Georgia Association of Nursing Students

Leader of Leaders
Judy Comeaux, University of North Florida

Isabel Hampton Robb Leadership Award
Jacob Hunter, University of Toledo

NSNA/Nurse.com Essay Contest
Grand Prize Winner: Vivian Anderson, Glendale Community College, Glendale, CA
First Place: Brodi Willard, Midland University, Fremont, NE
Second Place: Sara Hausz, Indiana University Southeast, New Albany, IN