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College of Nursing Faculty and Students Receive Awards at WIN

May 15, 2017

The Western Institute of Nursing (WIN) celebrated its 50th anniversary at its annual conference at the end of April in Denver, Colorado. Several UNM College of Nursing faculty members and students, along with New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium partners and nursing executives from UNM Hospitals, were in attendance. The keynote speaker was Doris Kearns Goodwin, PhD, and Pulitzer Prize winner.

The College of Nursing is proud to announce that the following faculty and students received awards at the conference:

  • Dr. Marie Lobo, professor, received the Anna M. Shannon Mentorship Award.
  • Dr. Jane Chung, assistant professor, received the Regional Geriatric Nursing Research Award for a New Researcher.
  • Lenora Littledeer, PhD student, received the Ann M. Voda America Indian/Alaskan Native/First Nation Award.

WIN exists to bring together a diverse community of nurses in a shared commitment to transcend the boundaries of knowledge development and application to advance the discipline and drive improvements in practice, outcomes, and cost.