Shrewsbury Woman Inducted into International Honor Society at Quinnipiac
Kaileigh Lavin has been inducted for nursing.
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Kaileigh Lavin of Shrewsbury was recently inducted into the Tau Rho chapter of Sigma Theta Tau, the international honor society for nursing at Quinnipiac University. Lavin was one of 48 undergraduate students inducted this semester at a School of Nursing ceremony.
To be eligible for induction, an undergraduate student must be in the top 35 percent of their graduating class, have completed at least one-half of their degree curriculum, as well as meet the expectation of academic integrity.
Quinnipiac launched the School of Nursing in 2011 in recognition of the ever-increasing role registered nurses and advance practice nurses play on health care teams. The School of Nursing offers a traditional bachelor of science in nursing and an accelerated BSN for second degree students. A doctoral-level graduate program preparing adult-gerontology and family nurse practitioners is available for post-bachelor's degree nurses.The program also offers a doctoral-level, post-master's leadership track in the care of populations.