Webster University Nursing Students, Alumni Win Excellence in Nursing Awards

Apr. 26, 2018

Webster Students, Alumni Win Excellence in Nursing Awards
Read profiles of Meg Kurtz, Cindi Silvey (left) and Amy McLean (right) in St. Louis Magazine.

Two Webster University nursing students and one alumna have been selected as winners of the St. Louis Magazine 2018 Excellence in Nursing Awards. Additionally, three alumni and two current students were among the finalists.

Below are winners and finalists from Webster University and the categories in which they were recognized:

Excellence in Nursing Award Winners

  • Meg Kurtz (St. Luke’s; current MSN student) – Medical-Surgical Nursing
  • Amy McLean (Mercy; current MSN student) – Women’s Health
  • Cindi Silvey (St. Luke’s; MSN alumna) – Emergency Department

Excellence in Nursing Award Finalists

  • Angela Kinser (Missouri Baptist Medical Center; current MSN student) – Medical-Surgical Nursing
  • Heather Miller (Mercy; current MSN student) – Pediatrics: Neonatal
  • Julie Stumpf (St. Louis Children’s Hospital: MSN alumna) – Pediatrics: Neonatal
  • Elaine Thomas-Horton (Barnes-Jewish Hospital; MSN alumna) – Administration
  • Julia Williams (Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College; MSN alumna) – Medical-Surgical Nursing

Read profiles of Kurtz, McLean and Silvey and see all the winners and finalists in the article at St. Louis Magazine.

About Webster University Nursing Programs

The Department of Nursing, in Webster University's College of Arts & Sciences, offers a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Master of Science in Nursing to registered nurses seeking to further their education and advance in their career. The curriculum focuses on preparing today's nurses for the rapidly evolving health care industry and the increasingly vital role which nurses play in supporting and advocating for the health of our communities.

As experienced nurses from a wide variety of health care backgrounds, our faculty take a holistic, real-world approach to nursing theory and practice, and are deeply invested in making sure students graduate with the knowledge and skills they need to make a positive difference in the their field.

Thanks to our strong network of corporate partners, the Department of Nursing can offer reduced tuition rates to practicing nurses at our partner locations. In addition, the BSN and MSN programs both offer part-time enrollment, convenient evening classes, and eight-week terms to fit your schedule.

The BSN and MSN programs at Webster University are accredited by:
 
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
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