As part of the WVU Health Sciences Vice President's Achievement Awards celebration, one faculty member and one staff member from the School of Nursing will be honored for their work. Joy Buck, PhD, APRN, will be presented with the Vice President’s Award for Community Engaged Research and Lorie Stowers will be given the Vice President’s Award for Clerical/Secretarial.
Buck is a professor in the School of Nursing and is based at the WVU Health Sciences Eastern campus in Martinsburg. Stowers works in the School of Nursing’s Student Services office on the Morgantown campus.
The awards ceremony will be held Wednesday, April 10, at 4 p.m. in the HSC Pylons Lobby and is open to the entire Health Sciences community.
The Vice President’s Achievement Awards are bestowed annually on people and groups who have made significant contributions to the missions of the University and their schools and units. Winners were nominated by their colleagues and selected by the Achievement Awards committees.
For more information, please go to the official announcement.