School or Program Organizations
Sigma Theta Tau
The Alpha chapter of the international honor society of nursing was organized at Indiana University. Students in baccalaureate and graduate programs may be admitted to membership if they have demonstrated excellence in their nursing programs and have shown superior academic and personal records of achievement. Qualified members of the nursing profession, upon demonstration of marked achievement in nursing, are also eligible for membership. Leadership, research, and scholarship constitute the purposes of Sigma Theta Tau International.
Minority Nursing Student Organization (MNSO)
The purpose of the MNSO is to serve as a peer support group for undergraduate, graduate, and prenursing minority students. The organization serves as a liaison among minority nursing students, faculty, and interested persons, groups, and organizations in the school, university, and community.
Graduate Nursing Student Organization
The Graduate Nursing Student Organization seeks to foster fellowship, cooperation, and communication among graduate nursing students; to provide a means for graduate students to share concerns; to share information regarding student activities and concerns; to plan service and educational projects; and to provide representation for graduate students. The goal of the organization is to uphold the ideals and standards of the School of Nursing.
IU School of Nursing Committees
Students are invited to participate on School of Nursing standing committees of the Council of Nursing Faculty, and on ad hoc task forces. Examples include the Curriculum Committee and the Student Affairs Committee.
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