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Southeastern Nursing & Health Sciences students honored

 

Thursday, May 9, 2019
by: Tonya Lowentritt

1) Ascension Parish award winners 2) East Baton Rouge Parish award winner 3) Jefferson Parish award winner 4) Orleans Parish award winner

5) St. John Parish award winner 6) St. Tammany Parish award winners 7) Tangipahoa Parish award winners 

8) Livingston Parish award winners     9)North Oaks Community Partner 10) Alyssa Lyon Community Partner

Cutlines are located at the bottom 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 Abbey Bethel of Denham Springs. The Dean’s Award in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies went to Madelyn Jarman of Abita Springs, while the School of Nursing Dean’s Award went to Haley Evans of Baton Rouge.
     The Significant Partnership Award was presented by each department in recognition of contributions to the educational programs in the college. Rachel Artigues and Laura Lucky of North Oaks Performance Improvement Unit in Hammond accepted the award from the Department of Health and Human Sciences for providing internship opportunities for students enrolled in Southeastern’s new Health Systems Management degree program.
     Alyssa Lyon of North Oaks Health System was honored by the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies for serving as the medical director for the athletic training program and orchestrating clinical education opportunities within North Oaks Health System.
     The School of Nursing honored Hunter Hardin of the Clinical Division of Louisiana Sleep Foundation. He is a preceptor for nurse practitioner graduate students and also serves as a mentor. Hardin has been teaching advanced ear, nose and throat assessment exams for almost 20 years.
     Students honored at the ceremony are listed below by geographic area.

ASCENSION PARISH
Jadyn Mumphrey, Prairieville, Maddox Award for Outstanding Junior in Family and Consumer Sciences; Jordan Rook, Prairieville, Opal Carl Award; and Kaleigh Vargas, Gonzales, Outstanding Graduate in Athletic Training.

EAST BATON ROUGE PARISH
Courtney Jeffers, Pride, Emma LaDew Memorial Fund in Communication Sciences and Disorders; Savannah Smith, Baton Rouge, Pyburn Award for Outstanding Senior in Family and Consumer Sciences.

JEFFERSON PARISH
Madeline Janney, Metairie, Outstanding Graduate Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders; and Brittany McDaniel, Kenner, Graduate Scholar Award in Kinesiology.

LIVINGSTON PARISH
Sarah Bordelon, Denham Springs, SON Leadership and Service Award; Hayli Gillette, Denham Springs, Outstanding Graduate in Health and Physical Education; Carl Guidry, Denham Springs, Outstanding Graduate in Exercise Science; and Whitney Lobell, Livingston, Outstanding Graduate in Fitness and Human Performance.

ORLEANS PARISH
Johnathan Smith, New Orleans, Master of Science in Nursing Distinguished Scholar Award; and Cassie Thomas, New Orleans, Health Systems Management Outstanding Student Award.

ST. CHARLES PARISH
Kade Granier, Destrehan, Outstanding Graduate in Sport Management.

ST. JOHN PARISH
Surah Mohamed, Laplace, Charles W. Campbell Memorial Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders.

ST. TAMMANY PARISH
Nicole Albrecht, Slidell, Title IV E Child Welfare Recipient; Chad Cashio, Slidell, Social Work Outstanding Student Award; Angelina Ferguson, Mandeville, Doctor of Nursing Practice Distinguished Scholar Award; and Gabrielle Filiberto, Mandeville, Title IV E Child Welfare Recipient.

TANGIPAHOA PARISH
Elizabeth Armstrong, Loranger, Outstanding Graduate Award in Counseling; Eryn Brannagan, Hammond, Outstanding Graduate in Health Education and Promotion; Ebony Glascock, Hammond, Graduate Scholar Award in Health Studies; Paige Johnson, Hammond, Evelyn Davis Award; and Shantellia McGhee, Hammond, Title IV E Child Welfare Recipient.

WASHINGTON PARISH
Memoree Plaisance, Franklinton, and Dustin Pounds, Bogalusa, Title IV E Child Welfare Recipients.

TENNESSEE
Alex Young, Lavergne, Tenn., Graduate Scholar Award in Kinesiology.

PHOTO CUTLINES
1) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (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 Department Head of Kinesiology and Health Studies Eddie Hebert; Kaleigh Vargas, Gonzales, Outstanding Graduate in Athletic Training; Jordan Rook, Prairieville, Opal Carl Award; and Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Ann Carruth.


2) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (E. Baton Rouge)
Savannah Smith, right, of Baton Rouge was awarded the Pyburn Award for Outstanding Senior in Family and Consumer Sciences at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held May 2. Congratulating her is Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Ann Carruth.


3) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (Jefferson)
Madeline Janney, left, of Metairie was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held May 2. Congratulating her is Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Ann Carruth.


4) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (Orleans)
Johnathan Smith, left, of New Orleans received the Master of Science in Nursing Distinguished Scholar Award at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held May 2. Congratulating him is Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Ann Carruth.


5) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENT (St. John)
Surrah Mohamed, left, of Laplace received the Charles W. Campbell Memorial Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation held May 2. Congratulating her is Dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences Ann Carruth.


6) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (St. Tammany)
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, Chad Cashio, Slidell, Social Work Outstanding Student Award; and Angelina Ferguson, Mandeville, Doctor of Nursing Practice Distinguished Scholar Award.


7) 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, Elizabeth Armstrong, Loranger, Outstanding Graduate Award in Counseling; Eryn Brannagan, Hammond, Outstanding Graduate in Health Education and Promotion; Paige Johnson, Hammond, Evelyn Davis Award; and Ebony Glascock, Hammond, Graduate Scholar Award in Health Studies.


8) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Livingston) Students from Livingston Parish were recognized at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation. Honored were, from left, Carl Guidry, Denham Springs, Outstanding Graduate in Exercise Science Award; Hayli Gillette, Denhan Springs, Outstanding Graduate in Health and Physical Education (Bryan Wang Award); Whitney Lobell, Livingston, Outstanding Graduate in Fitness and Human Performance; and Sarah Bordelon, Denham Springs, SON Leadership and Service Award.

 

9) SOUTHEASTERN HONORS NORTH OAKS PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT UNIT
Laura Lucky, left, and Rachel Artigues, right, accepted the Significant Partnership Award on behalf of North Oaks Health System’s Performance Improvement Unit at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ annual honors convocation. With them is Ann Carruth, center, dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.


10)SOUTHEASTERN HONORS NORTH OAKS HEALTH SYSTEM 
Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences presented the Significant Partnership Award to Alyssa Lyon, left, at the college’s annual honors convocation. Lyon was recognized for serving as the medical director for the athletic training program and setting up clinical education opportunities within North Oaks Health System. With her is Ann Carruth, dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences.




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