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Southeastern Nursing & Health Sciences students honored

 

Thursday, May 3, 2018 
by: Tonya Lowentritt 

1) Ascension Parish award winners 2) East Baton Rouge award winners 3) Evangeline Parish award winner 4) Jefferson Parish award winners 5) Livingston Parish award winner

6) St. Bernard Parish award winner 7) St. Charles Parish award winner 8) St. Landry Parish award winner 9) St. Tammany Parish award winners 10) Tangipahoa Parish award winners

11) Tangipahoa Parish award winner 12) Child Advocacy Services

Cutlines are at the end of the press release.


     HAMMOND – Three students received the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ highest honor, the Dean’s Award, at the college’s annual honors convocation held on campus recently.
     The Dean’s Award in the Department of Health and Human Sciences was presented to Courtnie Stelly of Ville Platte. The Dean’s Award in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies went to Justin Webb of Denham Springs, while the School of Nursing Dean’s Award went to Claire Bergeron of Baton Rouge.
     The Significant Partnership Award was presented by each department in recognition of contributions to the educational programs in the college. Sylvia Bush and Carrie Mercke of Options in Hammond accepted the award from the Department of Health and Human Sciences for providing internship opportunities for social work students. Child Advocacy Services, represented by Joelle Henderson, Rob Carlisle and Lauren Reynolds, was honored by the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies for helping students gain facility and event management experience through planning and executing an annual fundraising flag football tournament. The School of Nursing honored Trafton Academy in Hammond for providing nursing students with the opportunity to conduct physical assessments with elementary students.
     Students honored at the ceremony are listed below by geographic area.
ASCENSION PARISH
Hannah Schexnailder, Prairieville, Outstanding Graduate in Sport Management; Madeline Siau, St. Amant, Outstanding Graduate in Fitness and Human Performance and Madison Quick, St. Amant, SON Leadership and Service Award.

EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH
Claire Bergeron, Baton Rouge, Deans Award School of Nursing; Allison Soileau, Baton Rouge, Charles W. Campbell Memorial Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders; and Lauren Duke, Baton Rouge, Opal Carl Award.

EVANGELINE PARISH
Courtnie Stelly, Ville Platte, Dean’s Award Health and Human Sciences.

JEFFERSON PARISH
Brittany Gratia, Jefferson, Maddox Award for Outstanding Junior in Family and Consumer Sciences; Donna Centanni, Metairie, Outstanding Graduate Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders; and Savannah Sharman-Vicknair, Kenner, Title IV E Child Welfare Recipient.

LAFAYETTE PARISH
John Mallery, Lafayette, Doctor of Nursing Practice Distinguished Scholar Award.

LIVINGSTON PARISH
Justin Webb, Denham Springs, Dean’s Award Kinesiology and Health Studies; and Patrick Byrd, Walker, Outstanding Graduate in Health and Physical Education.

ST. BERNARD PARISH
Callie Michelle Lambert, Meraux, Academic Honors.

ST. CHARLES PARISH
Darla Donnaud, Hahnville, Outstanding Graduate in Health Education.

ST. LANDRY PARISH
Autumn Brown, Eunice, Outstanding Graduate in Athletic Training.

ST. TAMMANY PARISH
Rebecca Claire Frey, Covington, Academic Honors; Monica McConnell, Slidell, Title IV E Child Welfare Recipient; Katelyn Jeans, Covington, Emma LaDew Memorial Fund in Communication Sciences and Disorders; Amanda Da Costa, Covington, Pyburn Award for Outstanding Senior in Family and Consumer Sciences; and Alan Amato, Madisonville, Evelyn Davis Award.

TANGIPAHOA PARISH
Gerianne Jones and Aliyah Zeien, Hammond, Title IV E Welfare Recipient; Memoree Plaisance, Tickfaw, Social Work Outstanding Student Award; Katelyn Craig, Hammond, Health Systems Management Outstanding Student Award; Madina Vorotnikova, Hammond, Outstanding Graduate in Exercise Science; Jessica Friley, Hammond, Graduate Scholar Award in Health Studies; Renee Morgan, Independence, Master of Science in Nursing Distinguished Scholar Award, and Alexander Bowers, Mechanicsburg, Pa., Graduate Scholar Award in Kinesiology.

TERREBONNE PARISH
Joshua Allridge, Gibson, Outstanding Graduate Award in Counseling.

 

PHOTO CUTLINES

1) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (Ascension)
Several students from Ascension Parish were honored at Southeastern Louisiana University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ recent honors convocation. From left are Hannah Schexnailder, Prairieville, Outstanding Graduate in Sport Management; Madison Quick, St. Amant, School of Nursing Leadership and Service Award; and Madeline Siau, St. Amant, Outstanding Graduate in Fitness and Human Performance.


2) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (E. Baton Rouge)
Students from the Baton Rouge area were honored at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ honors convocation. Pictured are, from left, Lauren Duke, Baton Rouge, Opal Carl Award; and Allison Soileau, Baton Rouge, Charles W. Campbell Memorial Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders.


3) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (Evangeline)
Courtnie Stelly of Ville Platte was awarded the Health and Human Sciences Dean’s Award at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held April 30.


4) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (Jefferson)
Two students from Jefferson Parish were recognized at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation. Honored were Brittany Gratia of Jefferson, left, who received the Maddox Award for Outstanding Junior in Family and Consumer Sciences, and Donna Centanni of Metairie, the recipient of the Outstanding Graduate Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders.


5) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (Livingston)
Justin Webb of Denham Springs was awarded the Kinesiology and Health Studies Dean’s Award at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held April 30.


6) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (St. Bernard)
Callie Lambert of Meraux was recognized for Academic Honors at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held April 30.


7) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (St. Charles)
Darla Donnaud of Hahnville was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate in Health Education and Promotion at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held April 30.


8) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (St. Landry)
Autumn Brown of Eunice was recognized as the Outstanding Graduate in Athletic Training at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held April 30.


9) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (St. Tammany)
Several students from St. Tammany Parish were recognized at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation. Honored were, from left, Alan Amato of Madisonville, Evelyn Davis Award; Katelyn Jeans of Covington, the Emma LaDew Memorial Fund in Communication Sciences and Disorders; and Amanda DaCosta of Covington, Pyburn Award for Outstanding Senior in Family and Consumer Sciences.


10) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Tangipahoa)
Students from Tangipahoa Parish were recognized at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation. Honored were, from left, Memoree Plaisance of Tickfaw, Social Work Outstanding Student Award; and Renee Morgan of Independence, Master of Science in Nursing Distinguished Scholar Award.


11) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Tangipahoa)
Jessica Friley of Hammond was recognized as the Graduate Scholar in Health Studies at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation.


12) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS CHILD ADVOCACY SERVICES (Hammond)
Rob Carlisle, far left, Joelle Henderson and Lauren Reynolds accepted the Significant Partnership Award on behalf of Child Advocacy Services at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual convocation. With them is Jill Sharp, second from left, instructor of Kinesiology and Health Studies.




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