Seventy-four nursing students of the Crouse Hospital College of Nursing were honored by faculty and staff in a Moving-Up Ceremony on Jan. 15, to mark their progression from the first year at the college to their second year of studies.
College Director Pat Zawko, EdD, RN, Chief Nursing Officer Ann Sedore, PhD, RN, delivered inspirational remarks, encouraging students to strive to be the best, take pride in accomplishments and never stop learning. Students were presented with a flower and their new identification indicating their standing as second year students.
Students, faculty and nursing guests recited the Florence Nightingale pledge affirming their responsibilities as nurses and dedicating themselves to this honorable profession. Students were introduced to the second. Also in attendance were: Julie Johnson and Joan Greene, both Crouse alumni, as well as strong supporters of the students at the college. A reception followed the ceremony.