What have Dr. Gretchen Generett, Dr. Frank Kosnosky, Kate Norton and Susan Williams been up to?
Dr. Gretchen Generett, professor and chair of the Department of Educational Foundations and Leadership in the School of Education, was recently elected vice president of the American Educational Studies Association. The organization primarily comprises college and university professors whose teaching and research focus is on one or more liberal arts disciplines.
Dr. Frank Kosnosky, assistant professor of nursing, presented Reducing the Hurt: A Clinical Practice Project to Improve Procedural Pain Management in the NICU at the Academy of Neonatal Nurses’ Advanced Practice Nursing Conference Sept. 12 at Bally’s Hotel in Las Vegas.
Kate Norton, director of clinical and international programs and assistant professor in the School of Law, was inducted as an honorary member of the Allegheny County Bar Foundation’s (ACBF) Fellows Class of 2019 at the group’s Fall Foundation Reception Oct. 2.
Susan Williams, instructor in the School of Nursing, successfully passed the Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE) certification exam, which recognizes her specialized knowledge, skills and abilities in simulation education.
Incorporated in 1980, the ACBF is a public non-profit organization that provides educational programming, promotes public awareness of the legal and judicial systems, renders legal services to low-income clients and provides financial assistance and grants to legal related organizations. The foundation also spearheads various public service initiatives, including Attorneys Against Hunger.