HAMMOND | Twenty-four Purdue University Calumet students recently were inducted into the Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society of Nursing.
Baccalaureate student inductees from Indiana are: Ashlee Todosijevic of Crown Point; Konstantina Gardikiotes, Dyer; Shardai Gossett, Gary; Stacey Kratky, Griffith; Katelyn Schuster and Jeanette Pavlovich, Hammond; Brittany Eder and Stephanie Knesek, Highland; Amber Hahn, LaPorte; Rachel Ceja, Natalie Miyashiro, Maricar Schlossberger and Lisa Zurek of Munster; Alexandra Dziadon of Schererville; Elizabeth Pence, Lafayette; and Sarah Sheely, Rossville;
Baccalaureate student inductees from Illinois are Junaid Hasnain of Woodridge and Jessica Smith of Markham.
Graduate student inductees are: Lillian Jo Hall, Crown Point; Anna Hristova, Merrillville; Laura Graham, Munster; Ana Marie Javate, Schererville; Jennifer Hensley, Rochester; and Molly Archer, Scappoose, Ore.
Induction into Sigma Theta Tau is reserved for individuals who have demonstrated academic excellence, integrity and outstanding leadership ability, according to Purdue Calumet Clinical Associate Professor of Nursing Joan Dorman.
“Sigma Theta Tau is recognized both nationally and internationally for recognizing excellence in the discipline of nursing,” she said. “Membership benefits are wide-ranging and include an opportunity to network with nurse leaders, attend conferences and apply for scholarships. Members of Sigma Theta Tau are at the forefront of what is happening in nursing.”