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UMFK Nursing Honor Society Inducts 25 New Members

May 2, 2012



Photo Caption: (seated l to  r) Margaret Moody, Terry Caron, Chase Card-Burns, Alan McManus, Kristen Huston, and Jennifer Albert. (row  2) Jamie Pelletier, Lyndsi Voisine, Samantha Blanchette, Morgan Chasse, Brittany Canfield, Nicole Saucier, Allison Charette, Chelsea Violette, Kelsey King, and Kristy Morneault. (row 3) Emily Davis, Rebecca Snoonian, Dyana Gallant, Owen Davis, Adam Carter, Joseph Hathaway, Melissa Davis, and Ashley Campbell.


Twenty-five current University of Maine at Fort Kent nursing students were inducted into the UMFK Nursing Honor Society at a special ceremony held on Tuesday, April 24, 2012 in the Nadeau Hall teleconference room.

Officially welcomed into the nursing honor society were: Jennifer J. Albert (Madawaska); Samantha M. Blanchette (New Canada); Ashley A. Campbell (Southwest Harbor); Brittany D. Canfield (Grandville, Massachusetts); Chase E. Card-Burns (Fort Kent) ; Adam T. Carter (Fort Kent); Terry L. Caron (New Canada) ; Allison R. Charette (Fort Kent), Morgan L. Chasse (Veazie); Emily A. Davis (East Millinocket); Melissa A. Davis (East Millinocket); Owen V. Davis (Fort Kent); Dyana L. Gallant (Medway); Joseph H. Hatheway (Eliot); Kristen J. Goupille Huston (Perham); Kelsey E. King (Perham); Alan D. McManus (Presque Isle); Margaret A. Moody (Scarborough); Kristy Morneault (Madawaska); Jamie L. Pelletier (Eagle Lake); Nicole L. Saucier (Madawaska); Georgina Schiff (Presque Isle), Rebecca Snoonian (Portland); Chelsea L. Violette (Madawaska); and Lyndsi M. Voisine (Hodgdon).

All students have excelled in the four-year Bachelor of Science in nursing program at UMFK and are very active in campus activities.

The UMFK Nursing Honor Society was formed in the spring of 1998 for the purpose of recognizing and fostering academic excellence and scholarship among students, alumni, and community leaders in nursing.

Students with a grade point average of 3.0 or above, in the top 30% of their graduating class, and who represent the attributes of scholarship as defined by Boyer (1990) and Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society for Nursing, were eligible for induction to the Honor Society.

In addition to the induction, the ceremony featured a keynote address by UMFK alumnus Daryl Boucher, MSN, RN.