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Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Eta Pi Chapter

Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society

Sigma Theta Tau International - Eta Pi Chapter


Purpose

  • Recognize superior academic and Nursing achievement
  • Recognize the development of leadership qualities
  • Foster high professional standards
  • Encourage creative work and support Nursing Research
  • Strengthen commitment to the ideals and purposes of the Nursing profession

Membership in this society is a special opportunity to share in the recognition of excellence in the nursing profession.  Sigma Theta Tau International is an internationally recognized and respected nursing organization. Please consider applying for membership in the Eta Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International.

Sigma Theta Tau membership website

Announcements

Eta Pi Chapter Fall 2014 Welcome Back to School: Meet, Greet, and Treat-

  • Wednesday, September 3 7:30am-9:30am, N/E 150
  • Thursday, September 4 7:30am-9:30am, N/E 150
  • Drop by N/E 150 to pick up some back-to-school snacks before or between some of your morning classes.  
  • Meet members of the Eta Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, and find out more information about STTI, or just come by to visit and catch up!
  • Eta Pi Members:  We would love to have you join us to staff the Welcome Back room, if your class schedule allows.  Contact us through:  etapi-stti@uwosh.edu if you can volunteer.

Eta Pi Chapter School Supply/Hygiene Supply Drive:

The Eta Pi Chapter is holding a school supply drive to benefit local Oshkosh school students.

A collection box for donated school supplies will be available in N/E 150 on Wednesday September 3 and Thursday September 4, from 7:30-9:30am during our Eta Pi Chapter Welcome Back to School Meet, Greet, and Treat sessions.  

(The collection box will be in the Learning Lab from Wednesday 9/3-Tuesday 9/9 otherwise, if you can not make it to the Welcome Back reception room.)

When you are buying your own school supplies, pick up extra to donate to our collection for needy kids in local schools through the Oshkosh Area United Way

Below is a list of especially needed items
    • Compasses
    • Crayons (24-pack)
    • Erasers (to go on pencil tops)
    • Folders (2-pocket)
    • Index Cards (3x5)
    • Markers (8-pack)
    • Notebooks
    • Paper (loose-leaf)
    • Pencils (#2)
    • Boxes
    • Pens (24-pack)
    • Pens (red)
    • Protractors
    • Rulers
    • Scissors (Fiskars brand)
    • Hygiene supplies:
      • Conditioner
      • Shampoo
      • Deodorant
      • Toothbrushes
      • Toothpaste (full-sized)
      • Facial Tissues
 
 

Eta Pi Chapter Fall 2014 Scholarship Day: Save the date! 


Friday, October 3, 2014
  • 1:00-4:00pm
Location:  Reeve Theatre (room 307), with breakout sessions in other nearby rooms.  
More details about speakers to come.
 
 
Please direct any questions to:
etapi-stti@uwosh.edu

 

 

Membership and Information

Additional information for prospective members is available here.

UW Oshkosh College of Nursing Faculty and Instructional Academic Staff, as well as area nurses who are not members of the Eta Pi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International can contact Dr. Paula McNiel (see below) for information about how to join the chapter. 

Members are eligible to apply for research grant scholarships.  Information regarding Eta Pi Research Grants will be posted on this site.  The next opportunity to apply for research grants will be in late 2014.

Any Eta Pi member interested in becoming more involved in the organization, or joining the Eta Pi Chapter Board of Directors should contact:

 

View the Current Officers 
 
 
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College of Nursing
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Oshkosh, WI 54901 8660
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