Raney Linck Elected to a Leadership Position in International Nursing Organization

Posted by on November 17, 2011

Raney Linck, the Chair of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program on the Richfield, MN campus, was elected to a leadership position with Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI), the Honor Society of Nursing at its 41st Biennial Convention, which was held in Grapevine, TX.

On Nov. 3, 2011, Raney Linck was elected Regional Chapter Coordinator for STTI Region 4, which includes Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, North and South Dakota and the Canadian province of Manitoba.  At each biennial, STTI elects a new Board of Directors and 3 committees: Governance, Leadership Succession, and Regional Chapters Coordination.  Regional Coordinators serve for 2 years.

In her inaugural address, new STTI President Suzanne Prevost recognized Raney for his innovative work in the Globe University/Minnesota School of Business nursing program, where every student creates a teaching website for patients before graduation.

Dr. Prevost’s 2011-2013 Presidential Call to Action is “GIVE BACK TO MOVE FORWARD” and includes 4 major themes: Creating a Legacy of Professional Impact, Engaging in Collaboration in the Global Community, Responding to Vulnerable Populations, and Embracing Technology.

(Pictured: STTI CEO Pat Thompson and STTI President Karen Morin (2009-2011) welcome Raney as he is installed in his new position.)


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