Junior Nursing Student Named Student of the Year in Virginia
Alexa Greenstein, a junior in the nursing program, won the Student Nurse of the Year award at the recent Virginia Student Nurses Association Convention in Lynchburg. Alexa has been both an active member and an officer of the JMU Nursing Student Association since her freshman year and is currently the Nuts and Bolts Officer. She also contributes her time by serving as the Panhellenic Vice President of Scholarship. Alexa has volunteered at both Rockingham Memorial Hospital locally and University Medical Center of Princeton in New Jersey as well as organizing James Madison University’s Greek tutor program. In the summers she has volunteered at a special needs program as a teacher's aid and she has volunteered over a thousand hours working with Special Olympics, soup kitchens, Autism Foundation, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and the Extended School Year summer program. Further, she does not let these activities get in the way of her studies and is a National Collegiate Scholar. Alexa is hoping to become either a critical care nurse or an emergency nurse after she graduates.
- Clarification of Comments Made in Harrisonburg Daily News Record, September 24, 2013: Today, in the Daily News Record, a comment was made and highlighted that the Department of Nursing would eliminate the Nurse Practitioner programs at the Master's entry for practice. This statement was made in error. At this time, there are no plans to eliminate the Master's level Nurse Practitioner programs. We will continue to monitor accreditation standards and requirements regarding entry to practice and will make decisions accordingly.
- Check out the website for the Kenya trip!
- May 9-10
- May 20
Richmond, VA: Alumni Networking Event