Emerging Nurse Alumni Leader
Who are the Emerging Nurse Alumni Leader nominees?
The nominees are graduates of the University of Arkansas at Monticello School of Nursing (UAM SON). The nominees are graduates from either the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program or the Associate of Applied Science in Nursing (AASN) Program. Nominees are recognized for commitment to excellence in the nursing profession using the following categories: Nursing Service, Professionalism, Innovation in Nursing, Leadership in Nursing, Advancement of the Nursing Profession.
Purpose of the Emerging Nurse Alumni Leader Award:
Promoting nursing excellence and professional growth of the UAM SON graduates in the nursing profession of Arkansas and beyond. We at the school of nursing want to recognize the accomplishments of our previous graduates and are excited to share with our community and fellow professionals the accomplishments of our distinguished alumni.
The UAM SON invites nominations from all areas across the nursing profession. The nominee must hold an unencumbered nursing license and be a BSN or AASN graduate of the UAM SON. The nominee may practice outside of the state of Arkansas. Nominations should be submitted from individuals who can attest to the nurse’s excellence. Nominees may self-nominate but must attach, at minimum, two reference letters to support their application. The attached nomination form must be filled out in its entirety.
The Emerging Nurse Alumni Leader Panel will evaluate the nominee applications through a scoring process. A save the date will be provided to all nominees to attend the Nursing Alumni Reception where the nominees will be honored. The Emerging Nurse Alumni Leader will be announced at the Nursing Alumni Reception.