For immediate release: May 16, 2008
BLOOMSBURG — Undergraduate students, graduate students and three professional nurses recently were inducted into Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania’s Theta Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International, the nursing honor society.
BU undergraduates who were inducted are: Tarryn Adams, Dornsife; Krista Bond, Washington, N.J.; Alexandra Budnyk, Manheim; Jaclyn Cardell, Springfield; Katherine Cronover, Watsontown; Maureen Dameron, Chambersburg; Jodi Gendron, Newton, N.J.; Nicole Gockley, Stevens; Seunghyo Hong, Bloomsburg; Allison Hudock, Drums; Melinda Jo Johnson, Spring Run; Amanda Kuhn, Macungie; Laura Laboskie, Sunbury; Stacey Martz, Catawissa; Laura Musser, Willow Street; Penny Neidig, Mifflinburg; Molly Renn, Herndon; Stacie Riley, Danville; Kathryn Rosenow, Lititz; Hannah Skaggs, York; Adrienne Snyder, Mechanicsburg; Kelly Weikert, Hellertown; and Melissa Zimmerman, New Berlin.
BU nursing graduate students inducted are: Tharon Holmberg, Mifflinburg; Melinda Spriggle, Selinsgrove; Kandace Gonzalez, Kulpmont; Carmela Shiptoski, Berwick; and Susan Trainor, State College.
Also inducted were these professional nurses: Megan King of Selinsgrove, a nurse educator at Geisinger Medical Center; Joy Louise Christian of Northumberland, a graduate of Lycoming College Nursing Department; and Khim Horton, a member of the nursing faculty at the University of Surrey in England.
Bloomsburg University is one of 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. The university serves approximately 8,000 students, offering comprehensive programs of study in the colleges of Professional Studies, Business, Liberal Arts and Science and Technology.