On Friday, March 28, 2014, at 8 a.m., Gamma Nu, the College of
Nursing's chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society, is
hosting the Twenty-seventh Annual Reinkemeyer Research Day.
The event will take place in the Chancellor's Suite at the University
Center on Seton Hall University's main campus in South Orange, NJ.
Sigma Theta Tau, the only international nursing honor society worldwide,
is a global community of nurse leaders with members belonging to 469
chapters who live in more than 85 countries. Research Day will feature
presentations of nursing research projects from across the United
Reinkemeyer Research Day honors the legacy of Sister Agnes
Reinkemeyer, PhD, RN, former dean of the College of Nursing, who
strongly believed that research was key in nursing education and nursing
practice. A 1966 graduate of the University of California at Berkeley
with a PhD in nursing education, Sister Agnes joined the Franciscan
Sisters of Mary in 1942. She was dean of nursing at Seton Hall from 1968
to 1977 and served as Vicar General of the congregation until 1982.
The keynote speaker will be Elizabeth Norman, Ph.D., R.N., Professor
of Nursing, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human
Development. She will be presenting: Nurses in the Military: History
and Lessons for the Future. Lunch will follow Program.
The event will take place in the University Chancellor's Suite, Seton
Hall University, 400 South Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ 07079
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