Congratulations to Katie Mawhinney, who was appointed the coordinator, clinical placements for the nurse practitioner program.
Congratulations Vladan Protudjer and Shelley Marchinko, who completed the UM Teaching and Learning certificate program.
Congratulations to Dr. Donna Martin, associate dean, graduate programs, who was elected as a senator.
Congratulations to Britany Macovichuk on being appointed as the registration and scheduling coordinator for the College of Nursing.
Congratulations to Dr. Marnie Kramer, assistant professor, on being appointed as the director of curriculum integrity for the College of Nursing.
Congratulations to Shonna Shaw on being appointed the Immunization program and Student Services assistant.
Congratulations to Radhika Hariharan on being appointed as the graduate programs assistant.
Congratulations to Barbara Rose-Lovett, who was appointed as instructor II for the Bachelor of Nursing program.
Congratulations to Lori Sookram, who was appointed as instructor II for the Bachelor of Nursing program.
Congratulations to Josie Bolianatz, who was appointed as instructor II for the Bachelor of Nursing program.
Congratulations to Chen Jin, who was appointed as instructor II for the Bachelor of Nursing program.
Congratulations to Dr. Susan McClement, associate dean, research, on receiving the UM Faculty of Graduate Studies Outstanding Administrator Award.
Congratulations to Dr. Tom Hack, distinguished professor, on being appointed president of the International Psycho-Oncology Society for a two-year term.
Congratulations to Danielle Yaffe, instructor II, who was the recipient of the Nursing Students Association Teaching Excellence Award.
Dr. Benita Cohen, associate professor and valued member of our team for 24 years, passed away on Nov. 17. She was known for her excellence in teaching in both undergraduate and graduate courses. Her program of research was focused on health equity and social justice, issues she was passionate about. She was currently providing leadership as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Public Health Association. Benita was a dear colleague, leader, teacher, researcher, mentor and friend. She will certainly be missed.
Cindy Nordick, instructor at UCN in The Pas, passed away suddenly on Nov. 26. She worked with UCN for 30 years. Cindy was known for her teaching excellence and passion for pediatric and geriatric nursing. She was the driving force with respect to celebrating Nurses Week annually at UCN and ensured the students respected and participated in the activities throughout the community. Cindy had a huge impact on the nursing community in the north and will be missed.