The much-awaited UST College of Nursing’s Diamond Jubilee initially scheduled for January has been postponed to November of 2021. This is to give ample time to plan for this significant event and momentous milestone of the college. This decision was in anticipation of the current impact of the COVID-19 global pandemic which up to now, the control and prognosis of the pandemic is still uncertain.
With the hope that the epidemic will be better controlled by then, the USTNAI will also plan its national convention during this occasion. It should be remembered that the UST College of Nursing usually celebrates its college (nursing) week during the month of November. It will be an opportunity for all alumni to have a good nostalgic experience of their college days as they will join the rest of the students engaging in the various college life activities- songfest, oratorical contests and beauty pageant. Even if this is going to be a college event, it will also be timely for the next International Nursing Conference. This will be a dual-purpose for USTNAI delegates who are planning to attend this event.
Although the specifics of the event now back to the drawing board, the USTNAI will be actively involved in the planning that will include jubilarians’ recognition, an international conference and national/international awards.
Since the creation of UST Alumni Affairs, jubilarian medallions have been given to all USTNAI jubilarians that have attended USTNAI Conferences and Leadership Summit
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