As the 2017–2019 board of Upsilon Psi, we are honored and humbled to be part of an organization whose members are involved in “advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service.” This is Sigma’s mission, and we are committed to working with our members to further that mission and the values of Sigma: love, courage, and honor.

I hope that you will contact us to share your ideas, questions, and comments by posting to the discussion forums on our Circle website:  http://upsilonpsi.nursingsociety.org/home

Together we will continue to build an even stronger organization with this global pursuit in mind.

2017-2019 Board Members of Upsilon Psi

Chapter News

  • Students in the RN to BSN nursing program, SPC College of Nursing Faculty and members of the Upsilon Psi Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma or ΣΘΤ) spent this holiday season collecting donations for local seniors. Many of these older adults are on fixed incomes and, as the age span increases, find themselves Continue reading Nursing Honor Society Donates ToSeniors
  • Every two years, Sigma hosts a Biennial Convention where chapter delegates convene to cast votes on proposed bylaws amendments and resolutions. This past October, Christine Lussier, BSN, RN, had the pleasure of serving as our chapter delegate. We learned that Sigma rebranded by replacing STTI with Sigma and revealed a new logo in an effort to freshen Continue reading Upsilon Psi Chapter Delegate attends 44th BiennialConvention
  • On Monday, November 20th, 48 students in the RN to BSN nursing program at SPC were inducted into the Upsilon Psi Chapter of the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (Sigma or ΣΘΤ). Membership is by invitation only to baccalaureate and graduate nursing students who demonstrate excellence in scholarship and to nurse leaders exhibiting Continue reading Nursing Honor Society Inducts NewMembers
  • The RN to BSN honor society chapter at SPC, Upsilon Psi, partnered with Delta Beta, the UT and USF chapter, to host a networking and socializing event for students and nurses. Last night, the SPC, USF, and UT nurses and students enjoyed a night at Miguelitos Taqueria Y Tequilas in Tampa where they enjoyed free Tacos Continue reading Nursing Honor Society Hosts Nursing NetworkingEvent
  • On Wednesday, November 1st, the RN to BSN honor society chapter at SPC, Upsilon Psi, hosted a Nursing Career Panel Event for SPC students. Over 130 students attended the event to ask questions to nursing leaders from the local community. The panel of nursing leaders included: A Nurse Manager and Recruiters from BayCare Health System Continue reading Nursing Honor Society Hosts Nursing Career PanelEvent

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  • Daniel Hale Williams, Frederick Douglass Patterson, Dorothy Lavinia Brown, and Ernest Everett Just are among those African American History Month heroes honored at a Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history in February.
  • Join us at St. Petersburg College’s health science careers exploration workshop on Feb. 15 and learn more about high-wage careers that help others.
  • BSN Community Practicum students spent time at the SPC Discovery Day: Creating a Community of Care event to assist with health screenings of SPC employees. Several weeks later, BSN faculty spent time at the St. Petersburg Clinic and helped sort food and assemble food bags for the elderly. The RN-BSN program believes helping in our Continue reading RN-BSN faculty and students spend time helping the community!
  • Dr. Joni Melvilles level 3 clinical group toured Lifline Pediatric Transport Team of John Hopkins Childrens Center in St. Petersburg. The Pediatric Team is a service of the Johns Hopkins Childrens Center.The team is staffed by pediatric critical care nurses and physicians who accompany the Lifeline staff on pediatric calls by ground ambulance, helicopter, and fixed wing aircraft.  Continue reading Lifeline Pediatric Team Transport
  • Dr. Joni Melvilles Level 3 clinical group visited the Ronald McDonald house in St. Petersburg to provide lunch and visit with the residents. Ronald McDonald House of St. Petersburg is a “home-away-from-home” and serves 2,000 pediatric families annually. The supportive environment at House, offers through dedicated volunteers, staff and other residents, provides comfort and care to Continue reading Ronald McDonald House visit