What is the DAISY Faculty and DAISY in Training award?
Have you taught a student that demonstrates resilience, exceeds expectations, and provides high quality care? Have you recognized a faculty member that consistently goes over and beyond to ensure that our overall mission is accomplished?
The DAISY award was established to symbolize extraordinary compassion, leadership, and excellence within our profession.
DAISY in training nominations should clearly convey how a nursing student demonstrated committment to the nursing profession, advocated on behalf of patients, and upheld Jean Watson's conceptual framework that guide our nursing program. DAISY faculty nominations should convey how a nursing faculty member has served as a mentor, role model, and inspired others. The nominee should be a positive influence that motivates others and demonstrates an enthusiam for teaching and service.
How to Make a Nomination
Students, alumni, faculty, nurses, administrators, patients, and family members may nominate a deserving Fayetteville State University School of Nursing student or faculty member. Fill out the appropriate nomination form and submit it electronically to Mrs. Carla Hall at firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for Spring nominations is May 2nd.
Deadline for Fall nominations is November 15th.
Faculty who are Extraordinary Nurses DAISY Recipients
Spring 2019: Dr. Murtis Worth, Extraordinary Nurses Faculty DAISY Award at Fayetteville State University's School of Nursing
Fall 2017: Sharon Gallagher, Extraordinary Nurses Faculty DAISY Award at Fayetteville State University's School of Nursing
2014: Tonya Carter, DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses at Cape Fear Valley Health
DAISY in Training Recipients
Spring 2019: Shawn Raynor, BSN Graduate Cohort May 2019
Spring 2018: Kimberley Owens, BSN Graduate Cohort May 2019
Fall 2017: Diana Mhuriro, BSN Graduate Cohort December 2017