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Southeastern Nursing & Health Science students honored

Southeastern Nursing & Health Science students honored
Posted: May 8, 2016
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HAMMOND – Five students received Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences’ highest honor, the Dean’s Award, at the college’s annual honors convocation held April 25 in the university’s Student Union Theatre.
     The Dean’s Award in the Department of Health and Human Sciences was presented to Jenna Barcelona of LaPlace. Dean’s Awards in the Department of Kinesiology and Health Studies went to Anthony Miller of Hammond, Allison Ostendorf  of Covington  and Carley Short of Slidell; the School of Nursing Dean’s Award was presented to Jordan Hale of Baton Rouge.
     The Significant Partnership Award was presented by each department in recognition of contributions to the educational programs in the college. Dr. Amanda Staiano, representing the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, accepted the award from the Department of Health and Human Sciences for collaboration with Southeastern on research into activity levels in children. The Health Transition Alliance Program at North Oaks Health System, represented by North Oaks Education Director Nicole Barnum, was honored by the Kinesiology and Health Studies Department for the cooperative health coaching project. The School of Nursing honored North Oaks Health System for their general support of the nursing program; accepting that award was Chief Nursing Officer Shelly Welch.
     Students honored at the ceremony are listed below by geographic area.
ASCENSION PARISH
Prairieville: Chase Cole, the Evelyn Davis Award in Nursing.

LIVINGSTON PARISH
Denham Springs: Kevin Klingman, Outstanding Graduate in Health and Physical Education.
Walker: Josie David, Outstanding Graduate Award in Counseling.

ST. TAMMANY PARISH
Covington: Gabrielle Lester-Lubrano, School of Nursing Leadership and Service Award; Allison Ostendorf, Dean’s Award in Kinesiology and Health Sciences; Aimee Simoneaux, the Pyburn Award for the Outstanding Senior in Family and Consumer Sciences.
Madisonville: Ryan Woods, Outstanding Graduate in Health Education and Promotion.
Mandeville: Cederic Scotto, Graduate Scholar Award in Kinesiology.
Slidell: Sophia Epling, Outstanding Graduate in Exercise Fitness Award; Carley Short, Dean’s Award in Kinesiology and Health Studies.

TANGIPAHOA PARISH
Hammond:  Devin Brown, Outstanding Graduate Award in Counseling; Anthony Miller, Dean’s Award in Kinesiology and Health Studies and Outstanding Graduate in Athletic Training Award; Jessica Osborn, Graduate Scholar in Health Studies Award.
Kentwood: William Blackburn, Outstanding Graduate Award in Communication Sciences and Disorders.
Ponchatoula: Sarah Koger, Outstanding Graduate in Fitness and Human Performance Award.

WASHINGTON PARISH
Bogalusa: Vera Wilson, the Doctor of Nursing Distinguished Scholar Award
Franklinton: Jasmine Wilson, Outstanding Student in Social Work Award.
 
PHOTOS:
SOUTHEASTERN HONORS PENNINGTON BIOMEDICAL
Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge was recognized by the Southeastern College of Nursing and Health Sciences as a significant partner with the university’s Department of Health and Human Sciences. Pictured are Southeastern Assistant Professor Holly Kihm, left, and Dr. Amanda Staiano of Pennington.

SOUTHEASTERN HONORS NORTH OAKS FOR PARTNERSHIPS
North Oaks Health System was honored by the Southeastern College of Nursing and Health Sciences with two Significant Partnership Awards at the college’s annual convocation for their support of the Health Transition Alliance Program and for the School of Nursing. Pictured are, from left, Ralph Wood, assistant dean of the college; Shelly Welch, senior vice president of patient services and chief nursing officer at North Oaks; Nicole Barnum, North Oaks education director; Eileen Creel, head of the Southeastern School of Nursing; and SLU nursing instructor Rhonda Pecaroro.

SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Ascension)
Chase Cole of Prairieville was recognized at Southeastern Louisiana University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences recent honors convocation with the Evelyn Davis Award in Nursing.

SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Livingston)
Two residents of Livingston Parish were honored at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences annual honors convocation. Kevin Klingman, left, of Denham Springs received the Award for Outstanding Graduate in Health and Physical Education, while Josie David of Walker received the Outstanding Graduate in Counseling Award.

SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (St. Tammany)
Several students from St. Tammany Parish were honored with awards at the Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences annual convocation. Pictured, from left, are Ryan Woods of Madisonville, Outstanding Graduate in Health Education and Promotion Award; Aimee Simoneaux of Covington, the Pyburn Award in Family and Consumer Sciences; Allison Ostendorf of Covington and Carley Short of Slidell, the Dean’s Award in Kinesiology and Health Sciences; Gabrielle Lester-Lubrano of Covington, the School of Nursing Leadership and Service Award; and Sophia Epling of Slidell, Outstanding Graduate in Exercise Science Award.

SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Tangipahoa)
Several residents of Hammond were honored with awards at Southeastern Louisiana University’s College of Nursing and Health Sciences honors convocation. Recognized were, from left, Jessica Osborn, the  Graduate Scholar in Health Studies Award; Anthony Miller, the Dean’s Award in Kinesiology and Health Sciences and the Outstanding Graduate in Athletic Training Award; and Devin Brown, the Outstanding Graduate in Counseling Award.

SOUTHEASTERN HONORS COLLEGE OF NURSING STUDENTS (Washington)
The Southeastern Louisiana University College of Nursing and Health Sciences honored two students from Washington Parish at its annual convocation. Vera Williams, left, received the Doctor of Nursing Practice Distinguished Scholar Award, and Jasmine Williams of Franklinton received the Outstanding Social Work Student Award.
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