Sean Mayer, ’15

Sean was recently accepted into the highly competitive Johns Hopkins Nurse Practitioner Program. The nursing major from Monterey, Calif., also worked as a student instructor at Indiana State.

“He is very dedicated to the profession and was recently inducted into the Lambda Sigma chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Honor Society International, also a highly competitive program,” said Heather Anderson, instructor in the department of baccalaureate nursing. “He shows exemplary dedication to the nursing profession, as well as exceptional leadership qualities.”

BY Indianastate

Scott Kelemen, ’15

A nursing major, Scott Kelemen is an online student from Toms River, N.J. He was asked by online Professor Kathleen Huun to evaluate the “Double Robot” simulation experience.
“Our review of the ‘double’ took on a life of its own, and we were involved in many simulation events that were be held at various times, and some at a moment’s notice,” Huun said. “Despite Scott’s willingness to help, it was his leadership, nursing knowledge, and engaging personality that made the integration of the ‘double’ within pre-scheduled simulation events a success. He truly was a huge component of this pilot study.”

BY Indianastate

Caring for the community

Sycamores play important roles in a free, student-run clinic that serves Terre Haute and the surrounding area.

BY Elise Lima

Building hope

Jocelyn Gregg showed her Sycamore spirit of service by working a week in a Kenyan medical clinic helping patients with a variety of conditions and illnesses — from allergies to lymphoma.

BY Mallory Manning

Sara Wheeler, ’70

“We were ‘pioneers’ in the field,” nursing alumna Sara Wheeler, ’70, said of members of her class, the fourth to graduate from the university’s bachelor’s degree nursing program.

BY Emily Sturgess