UW FWW School of Nursing
Visit: Health Sciences 351
Mail: Dept. 3065
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-4312
Fax: (307) 766-4294
Kristy Gambill, Megan Pope, Rachel Eberstein, Nicole Paulson,
Sarah Boyer, Jayden Poulignot, Katy Carpenter, Mackenzie McCoy
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March 9, 2016 - 12 noon to 1 p.m.
Health Sciences Center 364
12 noon - 1 p.m.
RSVP to email@example.com if you want to come and want to have pizza.
UWSNA participates in many on-campus activities to raise awareness and funds for specific diseases/causes. These include Walk MS, Susan G. Komen Foundation for the Cure, Face AIDS, Body Image Awareness Week, Adopt a Family Holiday Tree, spring and fall food drives, Valentine decorating for Spring Wind residents; mock interviews to prepare pre-nursing students for what to expect during nursing program interviews, and much more. We also do some off-campus volunteering at Ronald McDonald house in Colorado and at the Downtown Clinic in Laramie! We have regular social activities so we can all get to know each other as a group outside of meetings. We will also have guest speakers at times from different areas of nursing who will share their experiences with us.
SNA is a recognized student organization on campus. Membership includes any student at the University of Wyoming that has declared nursing as a major -- Freshman through Seniors. We strongly encourage those of you who haven't joined to do so. This is an excellent way to become actively involved in your education. You are also given the opportunity to become a member of the NSNA which is the National Student Nurses' Association. There are many benefits and opportunities that are made available to you through NSNA. We encourage all who are interested to fill out an application. (Contact SNA at the email contact noted above if you would like to get an application.)
The local dues are $5 for NSNA members; $10 for non-NSNA members [NSNA=National Student Nurses Association]
Sign up for NSNA at https://nsnamembership.org/.
Meetings are held once a month, on days and times which are most convenient for the majority. A free lunch is served at every meeting.