ELIZABETH — At the convocation exercises of Trinitas School of Nursing held recently at Union County College, candidates from communities in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania received their nursing pins and degrees. The culturally diverse class is the latest to complete the nursing/Associate Degree program offered at the school.
Those who received nursing pins and degrees in May 2011 were: Luz Angela Acuna of Elizabeth; Tatiana Alexis of Brooklyn, NY; Patricia Alves of Carteret; Eugenie Aparo of Staten Island, NY; Marisol Arboleda of Elizabeth; Carolina Arencibia of Elizabeth; JoAnn A. Baptiste of Brooklyn, NY; Jennifer Barrera of Staten Island, NY; Jacqueline Blackwood of Brooklyn, NY; Shareé Danielle Bowles of Scotch Plains;
Phill C. Canares of Union; Charmaine P. Cannon of Linden; Zyril Carilo of Fords; Maria Celestino-Sawoe of Blakeslee, PA; Natasha Clarence of Brooklyn, NY; Catherine Joanna Cubias of Plainfield; Paola X. Cuervo of New Providence, New Jersey; Christopher Czajkowski of Springfield; Anabela A. DaSilva of Roselle Park; Marc A. De Leon of Hillside; Noelle DeLouisa of Westfield; Nayara Cristina Duarte of Elizabeth;
Eric Santiago Gora of Elizabeth; Carol A. Grasso of Summit, recipient of Nursing Honors and Nursing High Honors; Evelyn Hernandez of Elizabeth; Omokhuwa Igetei of Hillside; Sheryl Elizabeth Jacobs of Union; Sabrina Monvil Jean-Paul of Brooklyn, NY; Kimberly Jenkins-Ellis of Newark; Viktoriya Kanu of Roselle, recipient of Nursing Honors and Nursing High Honors; Mercy Kimata of Elizabeth; Dana Anne Kudolla of South Plainfield; Jennifer G. LeBow of Roselle Park; Tara Lee of Roselle Park; John LoMeo of East Brunswick;
Carlos Maderal of South Amboy; Valerie Manna of Westfield; Katursia Marseille of Irvington; Paul M. Matlosz of Cranford; Stephanie Mulham of Staten Island, NY; Hannia Melendez of Jersey City; Christine Meridien-Blaise of Elizabeth; Kimberly Michel of South Orange; Ami Mistry of North Brunswick; Niurka Montero of Fairview; Natalia Virginia Munoz of Linden; Kimberly Nemai of Staten Island, NY; Monika Nowacka of Cranford; Artemio J. Nuesa of Edison;
Oluwatoyin Ojo of Elizabeth; Teresa Omwenga of Hillside; Christian Paez of Roselle Park; Ashley Nicole Pianko of Kenilworth; Michael Reniva of Union; Pascale Romain of Elizabeth; Yamirka Romero of Elizabeth; Mahalia Rosemond of Plainfield; Brittany Shaw of Union; Ann Lorraine Silvestre of North Arlington; Bayan W. Stevens of Newark; Jessica Tanabe of Matawan; Jansen-Michael Tolentino-Nacion of Jersey City; Sheena Marie Totana of Union; Judith Tracy of Summit; Magdalena W. Trusz of Union; Karla J. Vitug of Roselle; Kalenga Wactor of Piscataway; Kimberly J. Weber of Clark and Gulnaz Zangirova of Elizabeth.
In early 2011, Trinitas School of Nursing was the recipient of the Laerdal Medical Corporation’s first-ever Pinnacle Award for Collaboration in Education (PACE) given for the school’s leadership contribution to the development of standards and practices in simulation-based learning in nursing education. The National League for Nursing has recognized Trinitas School of Nursing for its commitment to nursing education excellence among its faculty and student body and has identified it as Center of Nursing Excellence. With 2,000 students, the Trinitas School of Nursing is also recognized as the third largest nursing school in the United States, according to Modern Healthcare magazine.
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