This semester the school of nursing will be providing free yoga and meditation sessions for students. Meditation sessions will be every Wednesday from 2:10-2:30pm and 2:40-3:00pm in room 2.104F. Yoga classes will be every Wednesday from 12:00-12:30pm (chair/stretch yoga) and 12:45-1:45pm (regular yoga) in room 3.150. All sessions will run January 18th through May 10th. Enjoy a more mindful semester!
See the following flyer for more details: yoga-and-meditation-flyerspring-2017
UTSNA has invited ANGS to participate in their Interprofessional case competion. More info is below:
The social work, pharmacy, and nursing senate councils are working together to create a case competition in the spring. Students will be working with those in other healthcare fields to complete a case, and get judged by faculty. It’s going to be a great experience for all the students!
This is the case
that we will be using. The case for the competition is more on the advanced side for undergraduate nurses at the moment & if some graduate students joined us, that would benefit everyone greatly!
Come learn about basic wound healing, staging, and differentiating the different wound types!
Food and refreshments will be provided.
Date: November 30th, 2016
Location: NUR 1.106
Speaker: Lynda Kennepp, PT, DPT, CWS, CLT-LANA
On Wednesday, October 19th, 2016 from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm in room NUR 1.108, The Epsilon Theta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau will be giving a presentation to graduate nursing student about Sigma Theta Tau as an honor society of nursing. Guest speakers will include Amelia Manning, President of the Epsilon Theta Chapter and Professor Christine Abbyad, Counselor of the Epsilon Theta Chapter. It will be an informational session with talks from both individuals followed by a question and answer session about the organization. All students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend. For more information about Sigma Theta Tau please visit http://epsilontheta.nursingsociety.org/home
Less than a year ago, The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing added a new doctoral degree for nurses (The Doctorate of Nursing Practice). With the addition of the DNP program our graduate student body has grown. With this, The Association of Nurses in Graduate School welcomes the first DNP officers in the history of ANGS. As an organization, we feel extremely fortunate to have such dedicated, hard-working and caring individuals joining us as officers. In the photograph, on the left is DNP Representative Janice Hernandez and on the right is DNP Representative Nina Almasy.
We all have someone to thank for helping us become students at the University of Texas. This is your opportunity to some of those people a big thanks! UT’s Development Office is making a video for Thanks Day this year and is in search of students “who were given an amazing opportunity through the help of donations to UT“ (scholarships, programs within your school, study abroad, etc). The video will appear on our school’s Thanks Day website and will be sent to all current UT donors. If interested, please fill out the application found here. Applications are due Friday September 16th.
Thanks for being thankful, and hook ’em horns!
On behalf of ANGS, I would like to welcome everyone to our new website. Included on this website is a calendar function that will allow members of ANGS, faculty and staff at the University of Texas at Austin to stay up-to-date on current and future ANGS events. Additionally, the website includes a blog function that the ANGS officers will update regularly.
I would like to give special recognition to our University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing Webmaster, Prati Rijal Trimble for her dedication to students at the University of Texas School of Nursing. Without her, the formulation and execution of this website would not have been possible.
Please feel free to email ANGS with any comments and suggestions. We are your organization.
President | Association of Nurses in Graduate School