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Zeta Upsilon--creating global partnerships.

Zeta Upsilon-At-Large Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau met in Bozeman on March 31st to participate in an excellent program entitled "Creating Global Partnerships." Dr. Thomas I. Hayes Jr. spoke about the health care issues throughout the world and how these do and could in the future impact the health of peoples in The United States. He has thirty years of experience in international healthcare in Africa, The Middle-East, Asia, Europe and America. Nurses need to be informed about these infectious diseases now more than ever. Dr. Cynthia Gustafson spoke about a project that she has been involved with in Swaziland, Africa title "A New Robe. This project was to help establish Parish Nurses in Swaziland who could help those suffering from the AIDS/HIV epidemic there. Dr. Gustafson shared some personal stories of those suffering from this disease and the different roles of the Parish Nurses. Can you imagine walking 5-6 miles on a dirt path to visit a patient?

In the afternoon forty four new undergraduate students from both Montana State University-Bozeman and Carroll College and 2 community leaders were inducted into Zeta Upsilon-At-Large Chapter and new officers were installed. The new members are: Jennifer Anderson-Malingo, Sarah Atwood, Kara Bakke, Jon Balgeman, Tara Beans, Jordan Bell, Amy Braaksma, Morgan Brown, Elisha Cassan, Kiley Covey, Hanne Cundy, Jessica Freemole, Maria Fullerton, Heidi Gildroy, Kaylee Harris, Jessica Hawkins, Christy Hellekson, Colleen Iverson, Ann Jones, Brittany Keller, Teela Kirn, Kelsey Kossler, Tiffany Krueger, Heather Lambott, Jennifer Lessard, Nicholas Marosek, Blair Mease, Paulla Mizer, Christine Morman, Jayme Morrisette, Megan Paschke, Shelley Patterson, Teresa Ritter, Rachel Schweitzer, Rachael Simons, Cornelia Taylor-McKee, Jody Vines, Rebecca Walling, Hayley Wright, Rebecca Zatorowski, Jessica Barnes, Garett Boese, Kacia Hansen, Dianna Joyce, Traci Lappin, Sarah Salsbury.

New Officers inducted were: President-Elect: Nadine Parker, Vice-President-MSU: Linda Young, Secretary: Joyce Hendricks; Carroll College Counselor: Heather Onstad, MSU Bozeman: Billings Campus Counselor: Betty Mullette; Great Falls Campus Counselor: Susan Raph and Leadership Succession Committee: Jacque Dolberry and Carolyn Wenger.
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Date:Apr 1, 2006
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