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Thank you for visiting the Lambda Sigma Chapter page! 

Our chapter is part of Sigma Theta Tau International, The Honor Society of Nursing. Sigma is one of the largest nursing international organizations. Our chapter was founded in 1990 in the School of Nursing at Indiana State University.  Our chapter goals are to advance health and benefit nursing students and practicing nurses through leadership, service and research.  Our members are students, nurses and nurse faculty.  We award scholarships and seed grants. We support community service and continuing education events. Membership in our chapter will help you grow as a professional. 

We also celebrate the new Health and Human Services Building at ISU! Our chapter is supporting the new Nursing Learning Lab with a $10K pledge! We are asking members to contribute to this fund thru the ISU Foundation GIVE ONLINE—Specify: LAMBDA SIGMA/Learning Lab

Thank you for your commitment to nursing EXCELLENCE! As always-contact me with questions.

Sue Gosse, President Lambda Sigma 812 299 5251 suegosse@msn.com



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Chapter News

  • Lambda Sigma member Merry Addison honored for her philanthropy

    Fairbanks School of Public Health Honors Meredith Addison with Spirit of Philanthropy Award

    Let's "Get E.R. Done"!!!
  • 2018 Annual Research Day Photos

  • Spring 2018 Induction photos

    Check out the photos from our Spring 2018 Induction ceremony
  • Lambda Sigma members receive Faculty Seed Grants

    Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018 Faculty Seed Grants from Lambda Sigma Chapter!

    Dr. Emily Cannon’s study is titled: “Interprofessional Project: Student Nurses Performing Blood Draws on Indiana State University Student Athletes”
    Dr. Cannon is an assistant professor in the Department of Baccalaureate Nursing.

    Dr. Kathleen Huun’s research is titled: “Tele-presence and Face-to-Face Nursing Simulation: Comparison of Pre-simulation Anxiety and Student Satisfaction and Self-confidence in Learning”

    Dr. Huun is a senior instructor in the Department of Baccalaureate Nursing Completion

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