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eLine Military Program Supporters Recognized in Awards Ceremony

May 08, 2013

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CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – The College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CONHS) recognized individuals from across campus who have made the success of the eLine Military (ELM) Program possible during an awards presentation held Tuesday, May 7, in Island Hall.

In appreciation for contributions to the success of the ELM Program, eight plaques were given to individuals who helped launch the program. In addition, University President Flavius Killebrew presented a special plaque to Dean Mary Jane Hamilton for her pioneering vision and inspirational leadership in guiding the success of the eLine Military Program. 

The individuals who received awards were:

       Dr. Paul Meyer

       Michael Rendon

       Rene Coronado

       Dr. Rachel Kirk

       Daryl Roberts

       Dr. Lauren Cifuentes

       Tiffany Dixon

       College of Nursing and Health Sciences Faculty and Staff

 

The White House-recognized ELM program allows those with military medical education and experience to challenge nursing courses, graduate sooner, and begin filling much needed positions in the nursing profession.

 The distance learning program is designed to help participants earn a bachelor's of nursing degree (BSN), prepare to take the NCLEX-RN exam, and enter the RN workforce. The ELM program, which is available entirely online, includes applicants from across the nation, England, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Germany.       

 

 

 

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