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Moravian College professor wins state nursing education award

Bethlehem, Pa.—Dr. Michele August-Brady, associate professor, St. Luke’s School of Nursing at Moravian College, has been selected as the recipient of the 2004 Pennsylvania State Nurses Association (PSNA) annual award in nursing education. The award recognizes a member of PSNA each year who contributes to the advancement of nursing education.

August-Brady was nominated for this award by Paige Thompson, associate professor and program coordinator of the nursing program at Moravian College. The criteria for selection is that the nominee is a current and active member of PSNA; acts as a role model to inspire peers and/or others to improve the quality of education practice; has accomplished a major contribution to the improvement of the teaching/learning process within nursing; has exhibited community involvement, participation in nursing organizations, and received recognition from peers for ability to work with others.

The award honoring Dr. August-Brady will be held at the PSNA’s annual convention and award celebration on October 22, in Hershey, Pennsylvania.