Two faculty in the School of Nursing are among the three local honorees to be inducted into the Central San Joaquin Valley’s Nursing Hall of Fame. Dr. Terea Giannetta, professor emeritus, and Dr. F. Ndidi Griffin-Myers, professor, will be formally inducted at the Nursing Leadership Coalition of the Central San Joaquin Valley’s 15th annual dinner and induction ceremony, 6 to 8 p.m., Sept. 19, at the Smittcamp Alumni House. Giannetta has over 42 years of professional nursing experience, including 34 years of teaching experience at Fresno State. She retired from the University in 2017 and currently serves as chief pediatric nurse practitioner at Valley Children’s Healthcare – a role she has been in for 20 years. Griffin-Myers has acquired over 40 years of acute nursing experience and clinical practice, including as a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Her 27 years of teaching at Fresno State included a stint as chair of the School of Nursing, a role she held for the past four years. The award, given annually, aims to honor the distinctive careers of nurse leaders and professionals in the Valley. INFO: firstname.lastname@example.org or 559.278.2041.
School of Nursing faculty honored for excellence Sept. 19
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