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MSU nursing professor Laura Larsson recognized with award

April 17, 2012 -- MSU News Service


MSU assistant nursing professor Laura Larsson received the Sigma Theta Tau International, Zeta Upsilon chapter's Recognition Award at a gala event held April 13 at the Museum of the Rockies. Photo courtesy of Laura Larsson.   High-Res Available

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Laura Larsson, an assistant nursing professor at Montana State University, received the Sigma Theta Tau International, Zeta Upsilon chapter's Recognition Award at a gala event held April 13 at the Museum of the Rockies.

Larsson was recognized for her superior achievement in scholarship, outstanding leadership qualities, high professional standards, creative work and commitment to the ideal and purpose of nursing.

Larsson's previous achievements include winning a $350,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to study how to reduce radon exposure among low-income people. She was also one of 12 nurse educators in the U.S. who was named a Robert Wood Johnson Faculty Scholar.

Sigma Theta Tau International is an international honor society for nursing. The organization seeks to support the learning, knowledge, and professional development of nurses committed to making a difference in health worldwide.

Contact: Laura Larsson, (406) 994-7504 or llarsson@montana.edu