Sigma Theta Tau is a professional nursing honor society. Pi Omega is the local chapter affiliated with New Mexico State University. The purpose of the local chapter is to advance the nursing profession in areas of community involvement, education, and current evidence-based practice. Local chapter membership consists of alumni. students, faculty, and local community leaders.
The mission of the honor society is to provide leadership and scholarship in practice, education and research to enhance the health of all people. we support the learning and professional development of our members, who strive to improve nursing care worldwide.
The Purpose of the Society shall be to:
- Recognize superior achievement
- Recognize the development of leadership qualities
- Foster high professional standards
- Encourage creative work
- Strengthen commitment to the ideals and purposes of the profession
Highlights of Past Events:
- Highlights of “Leadership in Caring for our Aging Population” 2013 Conference
- View or download the presentation “Seniors and Technology: Bridging the Digital Divide”
2014 Board Officers
Professional nurses in the community are eligible for membership and encouraged to apply. If interested, please complete the intent form (side menu) and have 2 members of STTI complete the 2 required endorsement forms. Many faculty members have a sign outside their doors indicating they are members. Most NMSU School of Nursing faculty are STTI members. Email completed forms to Dr. Linda Summers or Dr. Conni DeBlieck.
Membership criteria is as stated
Graduate Students: Each graduate (master’s or doctoral) candidate for membership is required to meet the criteria for the graduate category of membership. Graduate students are required to have completed 1/4 of the required graduate curriculum, and achieved a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 grading scale or its equivalent, and meet the expectation of academic integrity.
Undergraduate Students: Student candidates shall have demonstrated superior academic achievement, academic integrity, and professional leadership potential. Students must be enrolled in a basic program defined as a baccalaureate or equivalent nursing degree program which leads to the professional nursing degree. Basic students who are elected shall not rank lower than the highest 35% of their class in scholarship. Students shall have completed at least 1/2 of the required nursing curriculum.
Community Nurse Leader: A nurse leader, who is a registered nurse, legally recognized to practice in his/her country with a minimum of a baccalaureate degree or the equivalent in any field, and who has demonstrated achievement in nursing, shall be eligible for membership.