Faculty Members receive the 2019 Good Samaritan Foundation Excellence in Nursing Awards

Carol Delville, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, clinical assistant professor; and Stephanie Morgan, PhD, RN, FNP-BC, clinical professor and director of practice innovation, the UT Austin School of Nursing, have received the 2019 Good Samaritan Foundation Excellence in Nursing Bronze Awards. Dr. Delville was recognized for her excellence in nursing education and Dr. Morgan was recognized for excellence in nursing administration and leadership. The award ceremony took place on September 5 in Houston, Texas.

Through the Excellence in Nursing (EIN) Awards, Good Samaritan Foundation (GSF) encourages others to celebrate and recognize individual nurses who excel in their chosen fields. Nurses are nominated by their peers for their passion, leadership, mentorship, and service to our Texas communities. 

The Purpose of the Good Samaritan Foundation Excellence in Nursing Awards is to recognize those nurses who are leaders at the bedside offering extraordinary and compassionate care and service. While degrees, certifications, and research exhibit great dedication on the candidate’s part for developing professionally the Foundation’s priority of focus is on the nominees’ stories of the work they do everyday with patients, families, employees and students.

Click here to view the 2019 Award Winners.

Sept. 10, 2019