Awards & Scholarships

BCEN’s annual emergency nursing awards shine a national spotlight on certified nurses and organizations who exemplify excellence in support of specialty certification. Our nursing scholarship donations help BCEN nurses achieve their academic goals.

Individual Awards | Organizational Awards | Scholarships

About BCEN’s Awards Program

Every year, BCEN shines a national spotlight on exemplary nurses and organizations who are committed to specialty certification and excellence in emergency nursing and who promote and advance the value of board certification.

  • BCEN’s Distinguished Awards recognize one nurse exemplifying excellence in each of the following emergency nursing specialties: emergency (CEN®), pediatric emergency (CPEN®), flight (CFRN®), critical care ground transport (CTRN®), and trauma (TCRN®). Nominations are now closed for the 2024 calendar year. 
  • BCEN’s National Certification Champion Award recognizes organizations in three categories: Small Healthcare Organization, Large Healthcare Organization and Healthcare System. Nominations are open June 1-July 15, 2024. 

Help us recognize excellence, achievement and impact in emergency nursing certification. Nominate a colleague, nominate yourself, or nominate your workplace!

Eligibility requirements, judging criteria, nomination forms and deadlines, award dates, and previous winners are provided below. BCEN plans to introduce the Distinguished CBRN (Certified Burn Registered Nurse) Award in 2026.

Distinguished Awards

BCEN’s Distinguished Awards recognize board certified emergency nurses who exemplify excellence in their emergency nursing specialty practice and who have demonstrated exceptional commitment to advocating for, supporting and promoting board certification for emergency nurses. Nominations are now closed for the 2024 calendar year.

Please nominate an individual who demonstrates:

  • Excellence in pursuing advanced knowledge with one of BCEN’s certifications
  • Achievement in promoting and advocating for BCEN emergency nursing certification
  • Impact of certification on the nursing profession and patient outcomes

Eligibility Requirements

Any nurse holding a current CEN (Certified Emergency Nurse), CFRN (Certified Flight Registered Nurse), CPEN (Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse), CTRN (Certified Transport Registered Nurse) or TCRN (Trauma Certified Registered Nurse) certification is eligible to be nominated or nominate themselves.*

To be eligible for a Distinguished Award, nominees must:

  • Hold the specific BCEN certification that is being honored
  • Be currently practicing in that specialty emergency nursing area

*Individuals serving on BCEN’s board of directors or exam construction review committees (ECRCs), or who are engaged in revenue-generating businesses or activities associated with any BCEN certification program, product or service (including providers of certification prep materials and/or review courses), are not eligible.

BCEN plans to introduce the Distinguished CBRN (Certified Burn Registered Nurse) Award in 2026.

Nomination submission requirements:

You will be asked to provide the following information about your nominee:

    • Their name, email address, title and affiliation/place of employment
    • The certification award for which they’re being nominated (CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN or TCRN)
    • How you believe they exemplify the clinical excellence and professionalism of a BCEN-certified nurse in this specialty

Following your submission, nominees will be asked to submit the following:

    • At least 3 ways you have succeeded in advocating for certification and supporting other nurses to earn and maintain board certification in this specialty.
    • A current CV
    • A current headshot
    • Up to 3 additional supporting items may be uploaded, but are not required.

Distinguished CEN Award

  • Honors a Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN)
  • 2024 Winner

    Tina Owens

    BS, RN, CEN, CCRN, CRSN, CNML, MEDSURG-BC, NHDP-BC Buchanan General Hospital, Grundy, VA

    About Tina

    For over 40 years, Tina has been a nurse at Buchanan General Hospital, a stand-alone rural hospital in southwest Virginia. After being encouraged to earn the CEN by her nurse manager and mentor over 30 years ago, she has strived to pass it on by being a mentor for other nurses. When patients or nursing students ask Tina what CEN stands for, she proudly says: “The Best of Care.”

    From her bachelor’s degree thesis on the Utilization of Clinical Ladders to Build Strength and Confidence—with specialty certification being the key way to provide patients and families with validation that the nurse caring for them has demonstrated experience and knowledge in their specialty—to actively petitioning and working with her CEO and CNO for administration support of certification, Tina has epitomized Certified Emergency Nurse excellence and advocacy. As a result,  emergency and critical care nurses at BGH now enjoy robust encouragement and facility-provided financial support and incentives for specialty certification, and her colleagues credit her with impacting the culture of healthcare in their community.

    Read more about Tina in our Meet the Winner interview.

  • Previous Winners

    Calee Muldrow, BSN, RN, CEN
    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, Dallas, TX

    Nicholas Jazdzewski, BSN, RN, CENFroedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Froedtert Hospital, Milwaukee, WI

    Heidi Cote, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN
    Maine Medical Center, Portland, ME

    Jude Lark, BSN, RN, CEN, CCRN
    Overlook Medical Center, Summit, NJ

    Heather Linsalata, BSN, RN, CEN
    University Hospital, Newark, NJ

    Wilmar Flores, BSN, RN, CEN
    La Jolla Emergency Department, University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Health Systems, La Jolla, CA

    Kathy Ingersoll, BSN, RN, CEN
    Harford Memorial Hospital, Havre de Grace, MD

    Kara Bauman, MN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN
    Inova Fairfax Medical Campus, Falls Church, VA

    Diane Branson, RN, CEN, OR-SANE-A
    Salem Hospital, Albany, OR

Distinguished CPEN Award

  • Honors a Certified Pediatric Emergency Nurse (CPEN).
  • 2024 Winner

    Jordan McAdam

    BSN, RN, CPEN Northern Navajo Medical Center, Shiprock, NM

    About Jordan

    Before the COVID pandemic, Jordan identified the need to improve pediatric response in her rural, 60-bed hospital when completing the facility’s EMSC Pediatric Readiness scoring. She started by taking and passing the CPEN exam herself, and then mentoring other nurses to do the same while working with leadership to ensure the availability of pediatric educational content and funding for certification.

    In her role as Pediatric Emergency Care Coordinator (PECC), Jordan lead efforts that saw the pediatric readiness score jump from 64 to 96 within a 3-year period, and the Northern Navajo Medical Center (NNMC) became the first in New Mexico to be recognized as Pediatric Ready by the New Mexico Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) and the University of New Mexico Child Ready Program. NNMC has one of the largest patient volumes in the Navajo Area Indian Health Service (NAIHS), which collectively delivers health services to over 244,000 American Indians in five Federal service units on and near the Navajo Nation.

    As her nominator wrote: “Jordan exemplifies what a certified nurse should be—an example of excellence, a mentor, and a champion for patient care.”

    Read more about Jordan in our Meet the Winner interview.


  • Previous Winners

    Dawn Tasche, BSN, RN, CPEN
    Aurora Health Care in Sheboygan County, Sheboygan, WI

    Jessica Evins, BSN, RN, CPENin NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, New York, NY

    Lisa Chambers, MSN, MPS, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN
    CHOC Children’s Hospital, Orange, CA

    Cara Szeglin, BSN, RN, CPEN
    New York-Presbyterial Morgan Stanley Children’s Hospital, New York, NY

    Jodi Cregger, RN, MICT, CEN, CFRN, CPEN
    LifeTeam, Hutchinson Regional Medical Center, Hutchinson, KS

    Brian Johnson, RN, CEN, CPEN
    NorthBay Medical Center, Fairfield, CA

    Kristen Cline, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, SANE-A
    Sanford AirMed, Sioux Falls, SD

Distinguished CFRN Award

  • Award honors a Certified Flight Registered Nurse (CFRN).
  • 2024 Winner

    Tyler Reeves

    RN, NRP, CFRN, CEN EagleMed, Great Bend, KS

    About Tyler

    Tyler began his nursing career in the ED of a small critical care access hospital in rural Kansas. His experience as an emergency nurse in a rural hospital gave him what he needed to pursue his dream job of flight nursing. After years of working in the ED, he accepted a job as a flight nurse with EagleMed flying on fixed wing aircraft, earned his CFRN, and then moved over to a new EagleMed rotor base in his hometown. Today, he serves as a clinical coach and the QA coordinator for that base.

    Through mentoring and clinical coaching, Tyler has oriented many new clinicians to flight medicine, incorporating CFRN content into their onboarding education to show them how to model their care and teach them best practices standards and then apply these in real patients in the flight environment. He makes himself available during work hours and after hours to answer questions and guide and share his vast collection of study materials as colleagues prepare to sit for the CFRN.

    To encourage and support crew members in maintaining their certifications, he extends invites to the many conferences he attends because, as he says, “Education is more enjoyable with friends.” He credits his own clinical coach who always put a heavy emphasis on advanced certification, and his coworkers, for their great help in their mutual educational journeys.

    Read more about Tyler in our Meet the Winner interview.

  • Previous Winners

    Stacey Dock, MSN, RN, CFRN
    LifeFlight Eagle, Kansas City, MO

    Abigail Harvey, BSN, RN, CFRN, NREMT-PLutheran Health Network, Fort Wayne, Indiana

    Kevin Kissner, MSN, RN, CEN, CFRN
    VCU Health & Virginia State Police Med-Flight I , Richmond, VA

    Tonya Barnard, BSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN, CCRN, EMT-B
    Pafford Air One, Orlando, FL

    Orlando Health Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, FL

    Teresa Elder, MEd, BSN, RN, CFRN
    Flight for LIfe Colorado, St. Anthony Hospital, Denver, CO

    Bambi Pish-Derr, DNP, CFRN, CCRN
    Angel MedFlight, Scottsdale, AZ

    Mick McCallum, TNS, RN, CFRN, CCRN, EMT-P, FP-C, CMTE
    Topeka, KS

Distinguished CTRN Award

  • Award honors a Certified Transport Registered Nurse (CTRN).
  • 2024 Winner

    Austin Johnson

    BSN, RN, EMT-P, C-NPT, CBRN, CCRN, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, CTRN, TCRN AdventHealth Orlando, Orlando, FL

    About Austin

    Lauded by AdventHealth Orlando for his “exceptional whole person patient care, his innovative approaches to critical care transport, and his unwavering dedication to his team” in his role as a Critical Care Transport Nurse, Austin’s dedication extends beyond his practice and support of his colleagues to industry forums, on social media and podcasts, and in his community.

    From discussing his love of transport nursing to celebrating workplace colleagues every Certified Nurses Day to sharing educational opportunities and resources to countless emergency nurses in every subspecialty to helping nurses succeed in their daily practice and career choices, he helps aspiring and more established nurses alike whenever and however he can.

    His main message, as he says, “always boils down to being proud of yourself and our profession. By setting the goal of certification and achieving it, you make yourself the best version of you possible.”

    Read more about Austin in our Meet the Winner interview.

  • Previous Winners

    George Olschewski, BSN, RN, CFRN, CTRN, CEN, TCRN
    Hackensack University Medical Center Specialty Care Transport Unit, Hackensack, NJ

    Mackenzie Alexander, BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CTRN, CPENHarris Health System, Houston, Texas

    Kimberly Lacina, MSN, ARNP-C, CTRN, CEN, EMT-P
    Sunstar Paramedics, Largo, FL

Distinguished TCRN Award

  • Honors a Trauma Certified Registered Nurse (TCRN).
  • 2024 Winner

    Jamin Rankin

    BSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, TCRN, CPEN, CTRN Ochsner LSU Health Monroe Monroe, LA

    About Jamin

    According to his colleagues at Ochsner LSU Health System and his industry peers, Jamin doesn’t just talk about certification in his professional field, he lives it every day. As a trauma program manager at a busy urban hospital, he led his facility to become a verified and state-designated trauma center, and has established different methods to maneuver well between pre-hospital and in hospital at all levels to improve communication and patient outcomes. He also organizes regional Rural Trauma Team Development Courses and serves as faculty. Locally, regionally, and nationally, he’s led, facilitated and/or helped secure funding for numerous traumatic and pediatric emergency courses for nurses and other healthcare professionals and on injury prevention topics for citizens of all ages in his local community.

    When he is introduced using the different certifications he holds, including the Trauma Certified Registered Nurse (TCRN), he invariably mentions to the audience that the prep work for the exam, sharing the knowledge, and reflecting the professionalism of certification on one’s resume is where the value lies.

    Read more about Jamin in our Meet the Winner interview.

  • Previous Winners

    Jordan Tyczka, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN
    Inova Loudoun Hospital, Leesburg, VA

    Shayna Stevens, BSN, RN, TCRN
    Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano, Plano, TX

    Julie Donnelly, MSN, RN, TCRN
    Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

    Lt. Mariah Pruett, NC, BSN, RN, CEN, CFRN, CPEN, TCRN, CCRN
    David Grant USAF Medical Center, Fairfield, CA

    Travis Beebe-Woodard, BSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN
    University of Vermont Medical Center, Burlington, VT

    June Guadalupe, MSN, BSN, RN, CEN, CCRN, CMC, CNRN, TCRN 
    R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD

    Andrea Wright, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN
    Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital Level I Trauma Center, Roanoke, VA

National Certification Champion Award

BCEN’s National Certification Champion Award recognizes health care facilities and health systems that:

  • Exemplify excellence in supporting emergency RNs who pursue BCEN certifications
  • Show achievement in designing and implementing effective and innovative practices and programs that encourage, support, and recognize emergency nursing specialty certification
  • Demonstrate the impact of a board certified emergency nurse workforce on patient, nurse and organizational outcomes

Nominations are open June 1-July 15, 2024.

Submit a Nomination

One national winner will be recognized in each of the following categories:

  • Small Healthcare Organization: single hospital emergency department, trauma program or freestanding emergency center with less than 30,000 visits per year, or a single critical care ground transport and/or flight base
  • Large Healthcare Organization: single hospital emergency department, trauma program or freestanding emergency center with more than 30,000 visits per year
  • Healthcare System: a group or system of 2 or more hospital emergency departments, trauma programs, freestanding emergency centers, or critical care ground transport and/or flight bases

While Burn Centers/Burn Units are not currently eligible to apply, with the recent introduction of the CBRN credential, BCEN looks forward to inviting burn centers to apply in the future.

Eligibility Requirements 

To be eligible for the National Certification Champion Award, a facility or organization must:

  • Currently employ BCEN-certified emergency, transport and/or trauma nurses
  • Be actively engaged in supporting their nurses in obtaining and maintaining one or more of BCEN’s certifications
  • Serve as a model for advancing board certification for the nursing profession

Nomination Requirements

In order to be considered, nominations must include the following:

  • Completed nomination form
  • Two (2) letters of reference from individuals with relevant professional positions or qualifications

Submit a Nomination

Healthcare System

  • 2023 Winner

    RWJBarnabas Health Emergency Departments

    Throughout New Jersey

    RWJBarnabas Health—whose 13 EDs and over 1,400 emergency nurses serve over 2 million patients per year—is extremely supportive of all nurses pursuing certification. That support has created a “CEN buzz” and buoyed the ED RN certification rate from 18% to nearly 25% in 12 months.

    When ED RNs start work, the concept of BCEN certification is introduced as a goal. Free Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) review courses are offered to all EDs. Because the course was developed internally and ED Clinical Nurse Educators take turns teaching, no additional funding was required, and it promoted a collaborative effort across the health system. Discounted exam fees through BCEN Voucher purchases, advancement and leadership opportunities, mentorship and unconditional support are also keys.

    Reinvigorating Emergency RNs Post-Pandemic: We are finding that the staff are energized and excited about their accomplishments. There is an increased ED RN engagement in the RWJBH system.”

    The focus on professional development is “leading the RWJBH ED RNs back to their love of and commitment to emergency nursing, and … this is great for our patients.”

    The Bottom Line: “Certification is one of the keys to helping our nurses truly be the best that they can be.”

    Read our Meet the Winner interview with RWJBarnabas Health.

  • Previous Winners

    Centura Health
    Centennial, CO

    Life Link III
    Minneapolis, MN

    Northeast Georgia Health System  
    Gainesville, GA

    UCHealth Emergency Care  
    Fort Collins, CO

Large Healthcare Organization

  • 2023 Winner

    Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital

    Roanoke, VA

    At Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital, the BCEN certification rate among full-time staff within the ED, air medical transport program, and trauma-designated in-patient care areas is 29% and growing.

    A Culture of Excellence: Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital supports nurses in achieving specialty certification through continuing education, a clinical advancement program, exam preparation classes, and coverage of expenses for travel, lodging and exam fees. Recognition includes bonuses for initial certification and renewals, unit-level celebrations, and system-wide intranet “WOW Wall” posts.

    Homegrown Innovation: A home-grown, nurse-led TCRN Study Group was created to provide a safe space for nurses to learn more in-depth trauma care. The internally led, biweekly group covered a wide array of trauma topics over seven months, after which 14 nurses signed up to sit for the TCRN exam. As a result, there has been a 500% increase in TCRN certifications, with a 133% increase in certified nursing staff within the trauma PCU alone.

    Sparking Systemic Success: Can an organized program that provides directed education to a specific group of nurses improve the success of those nurses in completing the certification journey? Yes, it can! And based on the success of the TCRN Study Group, leadership is supporting additional study groups to support certification across units.

    Read our Meet the Winner interview with Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital.

  • Previous Winners

    Harris Health Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital Emergency Center

    Houston, TX

    Yale New Haven Hospital
    New Haven, CT

    University of Vermont Health Network – Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital   
    Plattsburg, NY

    Oak Hill Hospital  
    Brooksville, FL

    Chilton Medical Center 
    Pompton Plains, NJ

    Houston Methodist Hospital System 
    Houston, TX

    Avera McKennan Hospital Emergency Department
    Sioux Falls, SD

    Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital EMTC
    Indianapolis, IN

Small Healthcare Organization

  • 2023 Winner

    WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital

    Ephrata, PA

    For a small community hospital treating 29,000 patients annually, WellSpan Ephrata’s is making big strides in increasing the number of certified nurses—leading to improved patient outcomes, increased nurse retention, higher levels of accuracy, and an elevated commitment to ethics and safety.

    Removing Financial Barriers: WellSpan Ephrata reimburses exam and recertification fees, provides free CEN review courses plus online CEs and review courses focused on the CEN, CFRN and TCRN, and offers flexible scheduling and paid time off for exam preparation and recertification.

    Leadership Opportunities: Certified nurses lead in the ED as preceptors, triage nurses and charge nurses, modeling best practices and professionalism, and also training and orienting nursing students, new nurses and transferring nurses. They also provide informal and formal education to colleagues across the hospital.

    Championing Patient and Community Awareness: WellSpan Ephrata promotes the value and benefits of certification to patients, families and the community. By identifying certified nurses on their badges, and celebrating their achievement in the hospital and on social media, patients regularly ask what being a certified nurse means. This gives nurses the opportunity to share how certification benefits the patient, the nurse, the hospital, and the community.

    Read our Meet the Winner interview with WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital.

  • Previous Winners

    Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Centennial Emergency Department
    Frisco, TX

    Childress Regional Medical Center
    Childress, TX

    Rush Foundation Hospital ED
    Meridian, MS

    USC Verdugo Hills Hospital
    Glendale, CA

    Bristol Hospital
    Bristol, CT

    Angel MedFlight
    Scottsdale, AZ

    IU Health Saxony Hospital Emergency Department
    Fishers, IN


As part of our commitment to helping current and aspiring emergency, trauma, transport and burn nurses achieve all of their professional development goals, BCEN funds approximately 50 academic nursing scholarships each year.

Inclusive of BCEN’s 2024 scholarship contributions totaling $155,000, BCEN has donated over $1.5 million to fund academic scholarships since 2012.

BCEN proudly:

  • Donates to established scholarship programs to fund undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral scholarships for BCEN-certified nurses
  • Funds paramedic-to-BSN scholarships for paramedics committed to becoming BCEN-certified RNs
  • Donates $10,000 to ASTNA’s bereavement fund

To apply for BCEN-funded academic scholarships, please visit our partner organizations’ websites here:

Scholarship applications typically open early in the calendar year for ENA and STN. FNSNA applications open in September, and ASTNA applications typically open by November. **Please check each organization’s website for current year application deadlines and complete eligibility information.   

Current Year Scholarship Contributions and Most Recent Awardees:

ENA Foundation Scholarship - $50,000

  • 2023 Awardees

    BCEN Doctoral Scholarship Recipients

    • Ashley Mendonza, CEN, TCRN, Florida
    • Lena Sutch, CEN, Maryland
    • Rebecca VanStanton, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, Michigan

    BCEN Master’s Scholarship Recipients

    • Meghan Gamble, CEN, North Carolina
    • Vaughn Kelly, CEN, Alaska
    • Holly Polmateer, CEN, Michigan
    • Christopher Rutland, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, Mississippi
    • Laura Stasila, CEN, TCRN, Indiana

    BCEN Undergraduate Scholarship Recipients

    • Brandon Bistodeau, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, Minnesota
    • William Hamlyn, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, Texas

Society of Trauma Nurses (STN) Scholarship - $35,000

  • 2023 Awardees

    BCEN Doctoral Scholarship Recipients

    • Nicole Cook, MSN, APRN, AGCNS-BC, CEN, CCRN, TCRN, East Carolina University
    • Shawn Moreau, MSN, TCRN, CEN, Chamberlain University
    • Rebecca VanStanto, MSN, RN, CEN, CPEN, TCRN, University of Michigan
    • Haley Strebler, MA, BSN, RN, TCRN, St. Louis University
    • Philip Prousnitze, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CCRN, CPEN, CFRN, CTRN, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
    • Nicole Bernard, MSN, APN-c, TCRN, Wilmington University

    BCEN Graduate Scholarship Recipients

    • Graycen Clark, BSN, RN, TCRN, CEN, CFRN, NREMT, East Tennessee State University
    • Jamie Burg, RN, TCRN, CPEN, University of West Georgia
    • Misty Colvard, BSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, University of Texas at Tyler
    • Kristi Bonny, BSN, RN, TCRN, CEN, CPHQ, EMT-P, Grand Canyon University
    • Colleen Wood, BSN, RN, CPN, CPEN, TCRN, St. Catherine University
    • Casey Green, BSN, RN, CCRN-CMC, CTRN, CFRN, CEN, TCRN, CPEN, NRP, Wilmington University

    BCEN Paramedic Scholarship Recipients

    • Kelly Russ, MPA, NRP, PI, St. Mary-of-the-Woods

    BCEN Undergraduate Scholarship Recipients

    • Jessica Lee, RN, Western Governors University
    • Jared Welk, TCRN, CEN, Minnesota State University, Mankato

Air & Surface Transport Nursing Association (ASTNA) - $35,000

  • 2023 Awardees

    BCEN Doctoral Scholarship Recipients

    • Bruce Hoffman, MSN, RN, FNP (c), NR-Paramedic, CFRN, FP-C, CCP-C, C-NPT
    • Nicholas Fatolitis, MSN, APRN, AGACNP-C, CCRN, CEN, CFRN, NRP, FP-C
    • Austin Brook, MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, CPEN, CBRN, CFRN, CTRN, CCRN

    BCEN Masters Scholarship Recipients

    • Tiffani Santos,  BSN, RN, CFRN, TCRN, CEN
    • Diana Ryder, BSN, CCRN, CFRN, FP-C
    • Joseph Niemann, BSN, CFRN, CCRN, CEN
    • Matt Jensen, BN, RN, CFRN, CEN
    • Adam A. Joseph, BS, CFRN, C-NPT, FP-C
    • Paul Rigby, BSN, BS, RN, CFRN, CCRN, EMT-P, CMTE

    Paramedic to RN Scholarship Recipients

    • Darrin Buchta, MS Ed, NRP, FP-C, MTSP-C, CMTE
    • Ashley Eggers, CCEMT-P, FPC, NRP, ADP, NREMT
    • Paul Budinger, AAS, NRP, FP-C

    BCEN Undergraduate Scholarship Recipients

    • Joseph Keffer, RN, EMT-P, CTRN, CEN, FP-C, CCP-C, NRP

National Student Nurses Association Foundation (NSNA) - $35,000

  • 2024 Awardees
    • Madilynn Angell-Tucker, Lipscomb University, Nashville, TN
    • Mary Baker, Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL
    • Teresa Capuano-Rizzo Emory University-Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing, Atlanta, GA
    • Tara Colonel, Hofstra Northwell School of Nursing and Physician Assistant Studies, Hempstead, NY
    • Shayna Friedman, Touro University School of Health Sciences, Brooklyn, NY
    • Quinnlan Frost, Morningside University, Nylen School of Nursing, Sioux City, IA
    • Nia Gribbons, University of Mount Union, Alliance, OH
    • Mordechai Horwath, Goodwin University, East Hartford, CT
    • Skyler Kania,  Widener University, Chester, PA
    • Riley Kimmel, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA
    • Josephine Sowers, Grand View University, Des Moines, IA