NWU takes back-to-back ‘Nursing Student of the Year’ awards

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Katie Noble

Senior Katie Noble was honored by the March of Dimes as a 2018 "Student Nurse of the Year."

Hilderbrand

NWU nursing professor Jamie Hilderbrand has been recognized by the Nebraska Action Coalition - Future of Nursing as one of its emerging nurse leaders.

Katie Noble
Hilderbrand

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s nursing program has a sterling reputation. And that reputation is growing.

Last year, the March of Dimes honored one NWU professor (Prof. Sue Gabriel) and two NWU students (Sydney Wergin and Cassie Newton) as Nebraska Nurses of the Year.

And this year, NWU added another Nebraska Nursing Student of the Year in Katie Noble of Grand Island, Neb.

These March of Dimes honors combine with Prof. Jamie Hilderbrand’s 2018 Emerging Leader Award from the Nebraska Action Coalition - Future of Nursing.

Do you have students considering a career in nursing? Encourage them to give Nebraska Wesleyan University’s BSN program a solid look.

Our direct-entry traditional BSN program means future nurses can enter NWU as first-year students with full confidence that they are also accepted into our respected nursing program. (No more keeping your fingers crossed and hoping to be admitted once prerequisites are complete.)