Duke University School of Nursing Recognizes Gallagher and Poli as Outstanding Students

Duke University School of Nursing honored two students in its master of science in nursing degree program for their service and scholarship at the School’s awards ceremony on May 11, 2012.

Kaitlin Gallagher, a master of science in nursing student in the nurse anesthesia program, received the Annie Beery Bieber Award for Outstanding Leadership. This award recognizes a graduate who has provided extraordinary leadership within the School of Nursing through advocacy for improvements in intellectual life or the quality of community life. Gallagher holds a bachelor of science in nursing degree from Villanova University.

Ann Marie Poli, also a student in the nurse anesthesia program, received the Sigma Theta Tau Thelma Ingles Award presented by Duke’s Chapter of the International Honor Society of Nursing to recognize a graduate of the master’s program for outstanding clinical skill and scholarly accomplishment. Poli holds a bachelor of science in nursing degree from Grand Valley State University.

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