Terri Durbin, PhD student in Learning Environments and Educational Studies, was awarded the Regional Cooperative for Professional Nurses Week (RCPNW) Clinical Excellence Award.
Durbin is a clinical assistant professor and associate program director of the Nurse Anesthesia concentration in the College of Nursing. The Clinical Excellence Award is given to a nominee selected by the Nursing Recognition Committee based on their dedication, exceptional clinical practice, and distinguished contributions to the nursing profession. Durbin has been with the College of Nursing for five years and was nominated for this award by her peers.
“Everyone in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (CEHHS) has been friendly and helpful, and I have learned so much from all of you in the past year. I’m really looking forward to next year and I’d love to foster more collaborative efforts between CEHHS and the College of Nursing. We have a lot in common!”