Nursing Organizations

Black Student Nurses Association

BSNA is an organization focused on empowering, encouraging, and supporting Black nursing students at the University by connecting them to resources to meet their academic and emotional needs.
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Chi Eta Phi, Kappa Beta Chapter

This professional nursing organization is for all undergraduate nursing students. The Kappa Beta chapter at the University of Pittsburgh was established on January 28, 1984, to develop a cadre of nursing leaders, encourage continuing education, promote recruitment for nursing and the health professions, as well as cultivate relationships among members and other professional groups.
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Graduate Nursing Student Organization (GNSO)

All graduate students in nursing are members of the GNSO. The purposes of GNSO are to: develop and encourage a spirit of unity, cooperation, and democratic self-government among graduate students of the School of Nursing; coordinate activities between graduate students and the faculty of the School of Nursing; and provide a channel of communication and representation between students and the faculty of the School of Nursing.
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Men In Nursing Club (MINC)

The University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing Men in Nursing Club (MINC) is committed to providing a supportive community for male nursing students and professionals to connect, share experiences, and offer mentorship to one another. We engage in advocacy efforts to promote the importance of men in nursing to improve the health and well-being of individuals and communities in Pittsburgh, and around the country.
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Nursing Student Association (NSA)

NSA is a recognized and certified student organization within the University of Pittsburgh responsible for the function of representing nursing students within the University and the community. On the other hand, as a professional organization, NSA is able to inform nursing students of current issues affecting the profession.
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Sigma Theta Tau, Eta Chapter

There is a local chapter, Eta Chapter, affiliated with the School of Nursing. In fact, Eta Chapter was the sixth chapter formed, with a long and illustrious history of leadership development. Four Presidents of the International Society have been members of Eta Chapter, an accomplishment no other chapter can claim. More information »