Soule Lecture & Nurses Recognition Banquet
Dear UW alumni and friends,
Please join us for the Elizabeth Sterling Loule Lecture, which will be paired with the annual Nurses Recognition Banquet.
The lecture will feature Dr. Pamela Mitchell, the Robert G. and Jean A. Reid Dean (interim)—along with a panel of distinguished colleagues in pharmacology, nursing, medicine and dentistry—who will present Promoting Health Through Collaboration–Team-based Science and Practice.
This lecture will explore the roots of interprofessional, transdisciplinary science and practice and the evidence that collaboration and teamwork improve health and the sciences of health from the perspectives of several health sciences professions.
The Nurses Recognition Banquet is designed to honor our community’s outstanding nurses and nursing leaders. Since 1980 the School of Nursing has presented a Distinguished Alumni Award to an outstanding graduate. In 2004, three new awards were added to expand our partnership with the greater nursing community. This celebration acknowledges the many ways the profession of nursing improves health and touches lives.
Shaniqua Manning, news anchor at KING 5 and NorthWest Cable News, will be the emcee for the evening.
Cost: Lecture and Reception: FREE; Banquet General Admission: $80; Banquet Patron Admission*: $150; Table Seating (10 seats): $800; Patron Table Seating*: $1500
* Patron level includes preferred seating, name recognition in the program and remarks by the emcee.
Please note: If you are purchasing a table, please contact Margaret Higginson at the School of Nursing directly to arrange seating at 206-543-8736 or firstname.lastname@example.org.