Coleman Awarded Gold Medal for Nursing Lab





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Published on Sep 12, 2012

Dr. Ann Coleman, assistant professor in nursing at the University of St. Thomas, received a gold medal in Nursing Administration and Leadership in the 2012 Excellence in Nursing Awards from the Good Samaritan Foundation.

Coleman was nominated by Poldi Tschirch, dean of the School of Nursing, who commended Coleman for her expertise in clinical simulation lab, faculty development and project management.

"This is a well-deserved recognition and exciting news for the UST School of Nursing as well as Dr. Coleman," Tschirch said.

In her nomination letter to the Foundation, Tschirch credited Coleman for her work: "In less than 15 months, she has led a remarkable effort to develop a Nursing Success Center for specialized nursing student academic support, developed a Nursing Simulation Center, established a framework for instructional support and technology integration in nursing courses, and has developed strategic plans for technology integration in nursing curriculum and faculty development."

GSF had more than 100 nominations in Texas and created the awards to recognize nursing's "best and brightest."

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