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232019-2020 LHSONDEAN’S BOARDReflecting back over the nearly nine years since I joined theBU LHSON, so much has happened throughout the journey.Some of the highlights have included: eight Going for the GoldGalas, a new building, tremendous (68%) growth in enrollmentin all degree programs, our faculty almost doubling in size,successful accreditation visits and our ranking in the top 50nursing schools in the U.S. News & World Report. We havelaunched our low residency online graduate programs and havealready grown the enrollment 178% in our graduate programs. Plus, the percentage of doctorally-preparedfaculty has doubled, research and scholarship are blossoming, Kelly Rossler received our first NIH awardand we introduced our new LHSON Strategic Plan for 2019-2024.When we marshalled in our 2019-2020 academic year, we welcomed 110 level one students and we had 89FastBacc students. Our graduate programs included 18 MSN students, 168 online DNP students in NNP,FNP and NM tracks plus, 86 students in our DNP U.S. Army Anesthesia Nursing program. The 2019 fallalso marked the start of our new online DNP Executive Nurse Leadership track. Plus, we announced anonline DNP Pediatric Nurse Practitioner track for fall 2020 and online Accelerated BSN.In honor of the founder of nursing, Florence Nightingale’s 200th birthday, the World Health Organizationdeclared 2020 the “International Year of the Nurse and Midwife.” This fitting tribute to nursing alsocoincided with the celebration of LHSON’s 110th birthday and Baylor University’s 175th birthday.Celebrating these important milestones included proud moments such as being listed in U.S. News &World Report’s (USNWR) 2021 Best Graduate Schools. LHSON’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP)program which includes programs in anesthesia nursing, executive nurse leadership, family nursepractitioner, neonatal nurse practitioner, nurse-midwifery and pediatric nurse practitioner – rankedNo. 59 nationally. In the specialty rankings, LHSON’s U.S. Army Graduate Program in AnesthesiaNursing, ranked No. 8 nationally, while Baylor’s nurse-midwifery program ranked at No. 21 in the nation.USNWR’s 2020 Best Online Programs ranked LHSON’s Master of Science in Nursing Leadership andInnovation in the top 25% nationally, moving up to No. 41 and ranked No. 8 nationally among the BestMaster’s in Nursing Administration Programs. Overall, we were honored to be among so manydistinguished nursing programs throughout the country as we forge through unprecedented moments inhistory.Notably during the spring of 2020, we were all confronted with the life-altering COVID-19 pandemiccrisis. Healthcare workers, including our wonderful nurses, became critical heroes on the front lines infighting the pandemic. More than ever before we all appreciate that nurses are called to serve and to carefor the physical, social, psychological/emotional and spiritual needs of their patients. I am grateful toour staff and faculty at the LHSON who quickly transitioned our undergraduate programs online so ourstudents could continue their education. Our graduate programs, while leading the way in online delivery,faced the closure of clinical practice sites and cancellation of intensive immersion experiences. I alsoappreciate the generosity from alums, donors and friends of the LHSON who offered prayers and support.We applaud the incredible work of all nurses across the globe and our belief here at the LHSON that eachnew nurse makes the world a better place. Continuing our forward momentum, we strive to build on ourremarkable legacy and commitment of academic excellence. Through impactful research and scholarshipwe are giving light to new possibilities in nursing and other significant areas as we continue to Learn.Lead.Serve.Ed.D., MS, RN, CNEProfessor and DeanCarl BondsRita BondsAngela BowmanEllen ByrdJohn ChilesMarie ChilesDr. Shelley ConroySheila CookWhitney CortnerDr. Cyndy B. DunlapAdrienne FergusonDonna Dee FloydKari HaywoodStephen HaywoodMary Ann HillAnita JonesMike JonesPam JonesDr. Renee JonesDr. Carl KnightJanis KovarMark LovvornPatty Lovvorn, ChairJudy MaggardAllison MaloneMike MaloneBen MarchSuzanne MartinTom MartinZachary MuellerDr. Linda PlankDr. Karla RambergerDr. David RamsourJay SedwickLaurie SedwickDr. Lisa SteppRemy TolentinoWayne TuckerPat WalkerDr. Janice WalkerDon WillsSue WillsBAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGLEADERSHIPAdministrative FacultyLHSON FacultyShelley F. ConroyLinda PlankTanya SudiaEd.D., MS, RN, CNEProfessor and DeanPh.D. RN, NEA-BCClinical Associate Professor& Senior Associate Dean forAcademic AffairsPh.D.Tenured Professor & AssociateDean for Research andScholarshipDora BradleyKaren CotterKristi FeutzPh.D., RN-BC, F.A.A.N.Clinical Associate Professor &Associate Dean of StrategicInitiatives & InnovationsPh.D., RN, CNEClinical Assistant Professor& Associate Dean forPre-Licensure ProgramsDNP, APRN, FNP-BCClinical Associate Professor& Associate Dean for OnlineGraduate ProgramsLinda NunnsBeverly Price, B.S.N., RNKyle Pyron, M.A.Becky Robbins, M.Ed.Christie Singbusch, B.A.Desrick Shelton, B.B.A.Endalkachew Tulu, M.B.A.Teresa Tucker, M.A.Sherry Williams, M.S.StaffRandy Adams, M.A.Roberta Black, M.Ed.Elizabeth Calverley, B.B.S.Kendra Campbell, M.EdJeanne Carey, M.Ed., B.S.N.Wendy Craver, B.B.S.Whitney Taylor Cortner, B.A.Brittany Doulaye, B.A.Whitney Estapa, B.A.Tina Glaspie, M.Ed.Jennett Hale, B.B.S.De-De Henson, B.A.S.Griffen Henderson, B.A.Davis Hodge, B.A.Sahr Mbriwa, M.Div.Amanda KimesJanis KovarElaine Lark, M.A.Trent Morelock, M.Ed.Monica Mullins, M.Ed.BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OFNURSING – ADVISORY BOARDS (2019-2020)Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Chair, Dr. Karen CotterMaster of Science in Nursing (MSN), Chair, Dr. Marie LindleyDoctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), Chair, Dr. Kristi FeutzNeonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP), Chair, Dr. Cheryl RileyFamily Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Chair, Dr. Deborah ShireyNurse Midwifery (NM), Chair, Dr. Jennifer HensleyBaylor University Faculty SenateDr. Beth Hultquist and Dr. Renee FlippoAnnie Abraham, DNP, RN, FNP-BCAndrea Archer, DNP, RN, CNESusan Bader, M.L.S.Claudia Beal, PhD, RNEryn Beard, PhD, MSN, RNMary A. Bruce, MSN, RN, CNEKathileen Boozer, DNP, RN, FNP-CElizabeth Perry Caldwell, Ph.D., RNRobin Caldwell, PhD, RN, CLNCBarbara D. Camune, RNC, MSN, WHNP-BC, CNM, DrPH, FACNMBarbara Devitt, MSN, RN, CNEJanice Edmonson, MSN, APRN, CNERenee Flippo, DNP, RN, CPNP-PCShelby L. Garner, PhD, RN, CNEMarie Hastings-Tolsma, PhD, CNM, FACNMJennifer Hensley, EdD, MSN, RN, CNM, WHNP-BC, LCCEMarilyn S. Hightower, MSN, RN, CNEKaren Holub, MS, RNEthany Howden, MSN, RN, FNP-CBeth Hultquist, PhD, RN, CNEJennifer Jones, DNP, APRN, AGCNS-BC, CCRN-KLisa M. Jones, DNP, MPH, RNRenee Jones, DNP, RN, WHNP-BCNan Ketcham, PhD , RN, CNEErin E. Killingsworth, PhD, RN, CNEMarion Kopulos, PhD, NPD-BC, CPENMarie K. Lindley, PhD, RNRebecca Meraz, PhD, RNMelissa Neathery, PhD, RN, CNEAngelina Nguyen, PhD, RN, CNEChristine Oliver, MSN, RNLauren Olvera, DNP, APRN, CNMJakki Opollo, PhD, RN, MSN, MPH, NEA-BCKathryn A. Osteen, PhD, RN, CMSRN, CNEKandice J. Perez, DNP, RNC-OBJessica L. Peck, DNP, APRN, CPNP-PC, CNE, CNL, FAANPDeborah S. Petty, DNP, RN, APRN, ACNS-BCRenea Powell, DNP, RN, NNP-BC, CPNP-PCLyn Prater, PhD, RN, CNEJane Price, MSN, RN, CNECheryl A. Riley, DNP, RN, NNP-BCLibby Rosonet, DNP, MSN, RNKelly Rossler, PhD, RN, CHSEDeborah M. Shirey, DNP, APRN, FNP-BCMeagan Soltwisch, DNP, FNP-CLori A. Spies, PhD, RN, NP-CCheryl A. Tucker, DNP, RN, CNECindy A. Tynes, DNP, MSN, RNKathryn G. Voreis, PhD, MSN, CNEBreanne Wilburn, MSN, RNUSAGPAN FacultySusan E. Anderson, MSN, RNPeter Attilio, PhD, CRNADenise Beaumont, DNAP, CRNABrian E. Benham, DNP, CRNAJohn Blouin, MATomás Eduardo Ceremuga, PhD, CRNADenise Cooper, DNAP, CRNAJohn Craig, DNP, CRNARichard Crocker, DNAP, CRNAJanice Daniel, DNAP, CRNAAmy Forrester, DNP, CRNAStephanie Gardner, DNP, CRNAJulie G. Hensler, PhDNicole, Ioset, DNP, CRNADon Johnson, PhD, RNEllen McKown, DNP, CRNAElizabeth Kelly, DNP, CRNASteven S. Kertes, DNP, CRNAChristopher Krupp, MSN, CRNAJohn Murphy, Jr. DNP, CRNARobert Peden, III, DNAP, CRNAJonathan W. Reed, DNP, CRNAMatthew Ruemmler, DNAP, CRNAMark Schierenbeck, DNP, CRNABrad West, MSN, CRNAArmance White, DNP, CRNAYoung Yauger, PhD, CRNA

4BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGHISTORYBaylor University is a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution whose mission is to educate menand women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caringcommunity. Chartered in 1845 by the Republic of Texas through the efforts of Baptist pioneers, Baylor is the oldest continuallyoperating university in Texas. With its main campus located in Waco, Baylor welcomes over 17,000 students from all 50 states, theDistrict of Columbia, and 89 countries to study a broad range of degrees among its 12 nationally recognized academic divisions.Baylor University is classified as a Doctoral University with Highest Research Activity by the Carnegie Classification of Institutionsof Higher Education, and is ranked No. 71 by U.S. News and World Report’s annual review of colleges and universities. The universityoffers 142 baccalaureate, 75 masters, 41 doctoral, a juris doctor, and 2 education specialist degree programs.The Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON) (LHSON) located in Dallas was established in 1909 asa diploma program within Baylor Hospital in Dallas, which is now Baylor Scott and White Health’s Baylor University Medical Centerand in 1950 became one of the six degree-granting schools of Baylor University. The first Baccalaureate degrees were granted in 1952establishing the school among the earliest baccalaureate nursing programs in Texas. In 1999, the School was renamed the BaylorUniversity Louise Herrington School of Nursing after Louise Herrington Ornelas, a 1992 Baylor Alumna Honoris Causa, who made anendowment gift to the school. LHSON offers Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees through a Traditional program, FastBacc (one year accelerated) and Distance Accelerated BSN. Ranked in U.S. News & World Report (USNWR) 2021 Best GraduateSchools, LHSON’s Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program which includes programs in anesthesia nursing, executive nurseleadership, family nurse practitioner, neonatal nurse practitioner, nurse-midwifery and pediatric nurse practitioner – is ranked No. 59nationally. In the specialty rankings, LHSON’s U.S. Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing, is ranked No. 8 nationally, whileBaylor’s nurse-midwifery program is ranked at No. 21 in the nation. USNWR’s 2020 Best Online Programs ranked LHSON’s Masterof Science in Nursing Leadership and Innovation in the top 25% nationally, moving up to No. 41 and ranked No. 8 nationally amongthe Best Online Master’s in Nursing Administration Programs. To learn more visit www.baylor.edu/nursing.Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education,* LHSON offers Bachelor of Science in Nursing(BSN) degrees through a Traditional program and FastBacc (one year accelerated) program. LHSON also offersan online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Leadership and Innovation program, and online Doctor of NursingPractice (DNP) program including tracks as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Midwifery and Neonatal NursePractitioner. We also offer a separate DNP – Executive Nursing Leadership degree program and U.S. Army GraduateProgram in Anesthesia Nursing.MissionOur mission at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing is to prepare Baccalaureate and Graduate levelnurses, within a Christian community, for professional practice, healthcare leadership and worldwide service.MottoBaylor University is blessed to have a nursing school that educates future nurses who exemplify our school motto,Learn.Lead.Serve. Learn: Significantly or uniquely contributes to the nursing profession through clinical practice, education and teaching,administrative leadership, research, writing, publishing and/or healthcare innovation.Lead: Demonstrates leadership in community affairs, nursing professional organizations and in growth anddevelopment of others in these areasServe: Positively promotes and advances the nursing profession in the community through volunteering and/oroutreach efforts*The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program in nursing, and Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Baylor Universityare accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.

6BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGACADEMIC STRATEGIC PLANPro Futuris – Baylor University’s VisionIn May, 2014, the Baylor University Board of Regents adopted a broad-ranging array of Five-Year Goals for 2014-2018. Constructedaround five high-level Aspirational Statements that represented the university’s future course, these Five-Year Goals were anatural outgrowth of the university’s continuing implementation of Pro Futuris. These goals included: Transformational Education,Compelling Scholarship, Informed Engagement, Committed Constituents and Judicial Stewardship.Illuminate – Baylor University’s Academic Strategic PlanThe University’s Academic Strategic Plan, Illuminate, represents the second phase of Pro Futuris. It carries forward the vision’s spiritwhile providing emphasis to several of its key components, establishing detailed goals with outcomes that will enable us to realize ourfull potential as a preeminent Christian research university. Illuminate focuses on: Health; Data Sciences; Materials Science; HumanFlourishing, Leadership and Ethics and Baylor in Latin America.Illuminate has one overarching goal: To bring light to the world as we accelerate our quest toward preeminence as a Christianresearch university, building on Baylor’s historic strengths and strategically investing in new areas of research and service.Give Light – The Campaign For Baylor UniversityGive Light is a 1.1 billion comprehensive campaign for the future of Baylor University. The campaign undergirds Illuminate, theUniversity’s Academic Strategic Plan, and will impact every aspect of campus life, from academics and athletics to student life andglobal engagement.

89BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGACADEMICS, ADMISSIONS, ALUMNIAcademicsFew academic disciplines give students the opportunity to so thoroughly integrate faith and learning, faith with leadership and faithwith service. Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, the Baylor University Louise Herrington School ofNursing (LHSON) offers Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees through a Traditional program and FastBacc (one yearaccelerated) program. LHSON also offers an online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Leadership and Innovation program, andonline Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) program including tracks as a Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Midwifery and NeonatalNurse Practitioner. We also offer a separate DNP – Executive Nursing Leadership degree program.LHSON graduates that have remained within the DallasMetroplex and/or Texas upon graduation.TERMTOTAL NO. OF GRADUATESMay 2019December 2019May 2018December 2016AdmissionsFrom the adventure of the mission field to an exciting student life and innovative classroom experience, students find their lifechanged in ways they never expected at Baylor. LHSON’s caring faculty go above and beyond to help students succeed and develop asa professional nurse so that they can help others far into the future. This special calling to serve others through academic excellenceresults in qualities that are unique to a Baylor nurse.qualities that are instantly recognized and appreciated by patients, employersand the community and exemplified in our school motto: Learn.Lead.Serve. May 2016December 2015May 2015Baylor Institute for RehabilitationCarrollton SpringsLOCATIONNO. OF GRADUATESFort Worth, TX3Garland, TX3Irving, TX3Dallas, TX1Dallas, TX20Dallas, TX2Carrollton, TX2Children’s Medical CenterDallas, TX15Children’s Medical Center – LegacyPlano, TX1Fort Worth, TX4Cook Children’s Medical CenterDallas, TX1Houston Methodist HospitalFetal Care CenterHouston, TX1MD Anderson Cancer CenterHouston, TX2Medical City Dallas HospitalDallas, TX4Medical City PlanoPlano, TX1Memorial HermannHouston, TX5Memorial Hermann Southeast HospitalHouston, TX1Dallas, TX2San Antonio, TX1Parkland Memorial HospitalDallas, TX14Providence Health CenterWaco, TX5Temple, TX3Austin, TX3Houston, TX1Methodist Dallas Medical CenterMethodist Hospital of San AntonioScott & White Medical Center – TempleSeton Medical CenterTexas Children’s HospitalTexas Scottish Rite Hospital for ChildrenDallas, TX2UT Southwestern Medical CenterDallas, TX11Walnut Hill AssociatesDallas, TX1REMAINED IN s locations in which May 2019 graduates accepted positions.AlumniAfter graduation, there are countless opportunities for Bayloralumni to stay connected to the university to celebrate whatit means to be a Baylor Bear. From young grads to longtimeBaylor legacies, LHSON values its alumni, donors and Baylorfriends. Together we stay connected through the nursingHOSPITAL/HEALTHCARECENTERschool chapters of the Baylor AlumniNetwork, Baylor ParentsBaylor(formerlyScott & WhiteMedical CenterNetwork and Parents In PrayercalledAll1stSaintsCall toBaylorScott Council& White MedicalPrayer) as well as the BaylorWomen’sof Dallas.CenterPlus, – GarlandBaylorthroughScott & theWhiteMedicalCenter – Irvingalums share in LHSON growthnursingschool BaylorHeart& Vascularmagazine Learn.Lead.Serve., socialmediapostingsHospitaland byUniversityMedical Centerattending inspiring BaylorBaylorand LHSONevents.REMAINED IN DALLAS199LOCATIONNO. OF GRADUATESDallas / Fort Worth129Houston14Waco/Temple/Austin /San Antonio17TOTAL160Hospitals/Healthcare Centers within Texas where 2019 graduates accepted positions.HOSPITAL/HEALTHCARECENTERNO. OFGRADUATESHOSPITAL/HEALTHCARECENTERNO. OFGRADUATESHOSPITAL/HEALTHCARECENTERNO. OFGRADUATESBSW Heart Plano3Houston Methodist Willowbrook3St. Lukes6Ben Taub1JPS1Texas Children's1Baylor Heart and Vascular5Med City Arlington7Texas Health Ft. Worth South1BSW Centennial2Med City Children's2Texas Oncology2BSW Grapevine1Med City Dallas14THR Arlington1BSW Hillcrest2Med City Lewisville1THR Dallas3BSW Marble Falls1Med City McKinney1THR Denton1BSW Plano4Med City Plano2UTSW12BSW Waxahacie1Memorial Hermann9Christus Good Sheperd1BUMC55Memorial Hermann The Woodlands1Doctor's Hospital Edinburg1Charlton Methodist1Methodist Dallas8Baptist Hospital of SE Texas1Children's Health Dallas27Methodist San Antonio3BSW All Saints2Cook Children's3Houston Methodist West1BSW Iriving1HCA Clear Lake1NorTex Spine and Joint Institute1BSW Lake Pointe1HCA Houston3Parkland12HCA Houston Mainland1Providence1HCA Pearland1Seton5Houston Methodist3St. David7

10112020U.S. News & World ReportOnlineMaster of Sciencein NursingNo.412020U.S. News & World Report2020U.S. News & World ReportRankedOnline MSNin Leadership andInnovation25 8%TopNationallyNo.Best Online MSN inLeadership & Innovation2021U.S. News & World Report2021U.S. News & World Report2021U.S. News & World ReportLHSON’s U.S. ArmyGraduate Program inAnesthesia NursingNurse %First-time NCLEXpass rateTOP15%of nursingprograms in Texasby College Factual’s 2020Best Colleges for Nursing8No.Nationally8:1Clinical ratio ofstudents to facultyBAC H E LO R O F S C I E N C EIN NURSINGTOP6%of privatenursing schoolsbyNursingSchoolsAlmanac.comMAKING A DIFFERENCEDr. D.M. EdwardsNationallyBEST ONLINEGRADUATEPROGRAMSDoctor ofNursing PracticeNo.BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGBest Online Masters inNursing Administration21BESTGRADUATESCHOOLS90%Graduate with a job, manyat highly regarded hospitalsin the DFW MetroplexPlanned giving throughendowed scholarships impactsboth current and futuregenerations.As a part of a longtime Baylor family, I understand the significance and importance of the Louise HerringtonBaylor School of Nursing. It has meant much to the quality of health care in Texas and the Southwest regionfor more than 100 years.I knew Louise Herrington Ornelas as a friend across the decades and appreciated her generosity to LHSON.It was a privilege to attend Baylor University during Judge Abner McCall’s tenure as president. His vision forBaylor’s growth from 1961 to 1981 laid the foundation for where Baylor is today. Mary Wilson McCall was agracious and talented First Lady for Baylor and her family continues to serve Baylor.6,000 Graduates educatedand prepared in the last110 yearsPlanned giving through endowed scholarships impacts both current and future generations. It truly is the “giftthat keeps on giving!” As Judge McCall often said, “it is incumbent on every friend of Baylor to do their partin ensuring the future of our great University.” Together, what each friend of Baylor does, when added together- has a mighty impact . . .Dr. Edwards has nine endowed scholarships at Baylor and additional endowed scholarships at other institutionsof higher education in Texas. He owns and operates commercial real estate properties in Texas and Louisianaand was honored with the W. R. White Meritorious Service Award from Baylor in 2009. He has served as chairfor the Baylor Libraries board three times and is a 1976 graduate of the Hankamer School of Business with aBBA degree.

1213BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGRESEARCH & SCHOLARSHIPFaculty engagement in research and scholarship continues along an upward trajectory with ongoing funding from local, state, andnational agencies and private foundations. Opportunities abound for undergraduate and graduate students to work collaborativelywith faculty on projects conducted in the US and abroad. LHSON has many diverse projects exemplifying our scholarly commitmentat the nursing school to Learn.Lead.Serve. Funded ProjectsNational Institutes of Health – Dr. Kelly Rossler, PIDr. Rossler and Dr. Ganesh Sankaranarayanan, Assistant Director, Center for Evidence Based Simulation, Baylor Scott &White Health, received funding from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering of the NationalInstitutes of Health. Their study titled Validation of an Immersive Virtual Reality Based Experiential Learning Simulatorto Improve Medical Administration Safety Skills of Registered Nurses will address the critical and unresolved nationwideproblem of medication errors. Drs. Rossler and Sankaranarayanan will develop an immersive virtual reality simulator andexamine outcomes when Registered Nurses use the simulator for training in safe medication administration practices.USAID/ASHA – Dr. Shelby Garner, PDThe U.S. Agency for International Development’s Office of American Schools and Hospitals Abroad (USAID/ASHA)awarded Baylor University and Bangalore Baptist Hospital (BBH) a 525,693 award to construct a Living and LearningCenter with Smart Classrooms for students enrolled in the hospital’s nursing institute for higher education. The aim ofthe project is to promote public diplomacy and catalyze collaboration between citizens of the US and citizens of India byempowering women to promote gender equality through building nurse and organizational capacity and sustainability atBBH to improve health outcomes in Bengaluru and surrounding communities.Hillcrest Foundation – Linda Plank, PDThe Hillcrest Foundation, Bank of America, N.A., Co-Trustee awarded Baylor University Louise Herrington School ofnursing a 200,000 grant for its project titled, Enhancing Realism to Promote Knowledge Transfer from Nursing Skills Labto the Bedside which will allow the school to update its Professional Nursing Practice Skills Lab with the purchase ofreplacement hospital beds and simulated manikins.Texas Higher Education Coordinating BoardBaylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing received an award of 172,162 from the Texas Higher EducationCoordinating Board as part of the Professional Nursing Shortage Reduction Program for fiscal year 2021.

1415BAYLOR UNIVERSITY LOUISE HERRINGTON SCHOOL OF NURSINGSCHOLARSHIP & DONOR R E C O G N I T I O NDave and Peggy Wilson Borders Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished by Dave and Peggy Borders of Waco, Texas.Louise Janney Wade Memorial Scholarship FundEstablished in 1971 by Mr. and Mrs. Roby G. Janney, Mrs. Wade’sparents, of Luray, Virginia, and Mr. William N. Wade, Mrs. Wade’shusband.Patricia Johnston Memorial Nursing Scholarship FundEstablished in 1973 by Mr. and Mrs. William B. Johnston in memory oftheir daughter, Patricia Ann Johnston.School of Nursing Scholarship FundEstablished in 1976 by Frances Snow, former professor of the School ofNursing, Waco campus, and others as a surprise retirement gift for formerDean of the Nursing School, Dr. Geddes McLaughlin. Dr. McLaughlinretired June 1, 1979, after 14 years of directing the Nursing School.Meda D. and Arthur A. Grusendorf Scholarship FundEstablished in 1976 by Arthur A. Grusendorf of San Marcos, Texas, inmemory of his wife, Meda D. Grusendorf.Reba Landers Nursing Scholarship FundEstablished in 1980 by ARA Living Centers of Texas, Inc. on behalf ofMrs. Linda Hood, who is the daughter of Mrs. Reba Landers.Abell-Hanger Foundation Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 1983 by the Abell-Hanger Foundation of Lubbock, TexasMary Leigh Legg Endowment FundEstablished in 1983 by Mr. Gene Legg, Southern Baptist Missionary, inmemory of his wife, Mary Leigh Legg, to assist deserving nursing studentswho will be serving in the summer Missions program.Martha and Russ Baker Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 1985 by Martha A. Baker of Carrollton, TexasLorraine M. Gentner Scholarship FundEstablished in 1985 by Dr. Lorraine M. Gentner of Dallas, Texas. Sheserved as acting dean of the school from January, 1986 to June, 1987.Bledsoe-Brantley Endowed Nursing Scholarship FundEstablished in 1986, in honor of Mrs. Mary Cecile Bledsoe Hewlett by LTCHattie R. Brantley, a retired Army Nurse who was taken prisoner of war inWorld War II when Japan invaded the Philippines.Donald H. Wills Endowed Nursing Scholarship FundEstablished in 1986 by Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Wills of Dallas, Texas.Central Texas Baylor Nursing Alumni Club EndowedScholarship FundEstablished in 1987 by the Central Texas Baylor Nursing Alumni ClubRuth Bramlet Dillbeck Endowed School of Nursing ScholarshipFundEstablished in 1987 by Mrs. Ruth Dillbeck of Katy, TexasEthel Kern Memorial Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 1987, by Friends and Family in honor of Mrs. Ethel M.Kern, a Baylor Nursing graduate of 1916.Cullen Trust for Higher Education Scholarship FundEstablished in 1987 by the Cullen Trust for Higher Education by a grantthat was matched by Baylor University.Weba C. Ferguson Scholarship FundEstablished in 1990 by Weba C. Ferguson of Greenwood, Mississippi.Elline Rouse Memorial Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 1990 by Margaret Rouse of Fort Worth, Texas, in memory ofher sister Elline Rouse.Louise Josselyn Ross Nursing Scholarship FundEstablished in 1990, by Louise J. Ross, a 1932 graduate of the BaylorUniversity School of Nursing.Amy Corinn Chesnutt Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund inNursingEstablished in 2000 by Nancy Hidy, a family friend, Amy’s parents,Charles and Velma Chesnutt, and many other high school, college, andfamily friends, in memory of Amy Corinn Chesnutt.Laura Dunham Shook Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 2002 by Mr. and Mrs. Archie W. Dunham of Houston,Texas, in honor of their daughter, Laura Dunham Shook, a 1985 graduateof the Baylor University School of Nursing.Mary Ellen Johnston Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 2003 by Mary Ellen Johnston of Roswell, New Mexico, onthe 30th anniversary of her graduation from Baylor University.Virginia Smith Wilks/Six Smith Sisters Endowed ScholarshipFundEstablished in 1995 following the death of Virginia Smith Wilks.John C. and Meredith M. Bentley Endowed Scholarship Fund inNursingEstablished in 2004 by John C. and Meredith M. Bentley and in 2015, thescholarship was changed to the John C. and Meredith M. Bentley EndowedScholarship Fund in Nursing to benefit the Louise Herrington School ofNursing, Dallas, Texas.Zora Fiedler Endowed Scholarship Fund in NursingEstablished in 1997 by members of the Class of 1947, friends and formerstudents of Zora Fiedler.Louise Herrington Endowed Scholarship Fund in NursingEstablished in 2004 by Louise Herrington Ornelas of Tyler, Texas, in honorof her mother, Minnie Herrington.Hattie McKee Bartee Memorial Scholarship FundEstablished in 1998 in memory of Hattie McKee Bartee through the estate ofHattie McKee Bartee and by Eunice McKee Fontenot.William (Bill) and Marjory Leslie Endowed Scholarship Fund inNursingEstablished in 2005 by John L. and Marjorie Marilyn Leslie Bedwell ofNorman, Oklahoma, in memory of Marilyn Bedwell’s parents, William(Bill) and Marjory Leslie.Patricia Ann Hooper Memorial Endowed Scholarship FundEstablished in 1998 by The Ralph H. and Ruth J. McCullough Foundation,in memory of Patricia Ann Hooper.Frances E. Snow Endowed Scholarship Fund in NursingEstablished in 2000, a graduate of the Baylor University School of Nursing,Francis Snow worked for Baylor University School of Nursing as theNursing Coord

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), Chair, Dr. Karen Cotter Master of Science in Nursing (MSN), Chair, Dr. Marie Lindley Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP), Chair, Dr. Kristi Feutz Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP), Chair, Dr. Cheryl Riley Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), Chair, Dr. Deborah Shirey Nurse Midwifery (NM), Chair, Dr. Jennifer .

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