The University of Manitoba, College of Nursing Xi Lambda Chapter invites you to submit applications for membership.
Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) is an organization of nursing leaders, scholars, and researchers committed to improving health by advancing nursing science. Founded at Indiana University in 1922, there are now 424 chapters in colleges and universities in Canada, the United States, Taiwan, South Korea and Australia.
The focus of Xi Lambda is to:
There are multiple benefits to members including regular educational sessions held locally, journal subscriptions, mentorship programs, newsletters and funding for research. Student membership rates are reduced by 50%.
Applying for Membership
Nursing students in an undergraduate, post-RN, master’s or doctoral program, and nursing community leaders are invited to submit applications for membership.
For more information about eligibility criteria and an application form, please contact Shelley Marchinko, Eligibility Chair (Shelley.Marchinko@umanitoba.ca)
Xi Lambda Research Award
Xi Lambda chapter awards one research award in November each year, in the amount of $2,000. For more information on this award please contact Lisa Albensi, Research Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Xi Lambda chapter holds several events yearly, including an AGM in the spring, a fundraising event, and several educational events. For more information on upcoming events, please contact Tara Horrill (email@example.com).
Xi Lambda members at AGM 2013
Leadership Succession Chair
Liliane Allegro and Emily Hyde