Joy Moss Awarded Daisy Award

Joy Moss Awarded Daisy Award

Daisy Award Winner

Joy Moss, RN, MSN, was awarded the DAISY Faulty Award by her peers, students and the administrative staff at Methodist College on December 12, 2013.

Ms. Moss was presented with the DAISY Faculty Award Certificate, an award pin and a stone sculpture entitled “A Healer’s Touch.” Moss teaches both Introduction to Nursing and Informatics in Healthcare. She is also a key contact at Methodist College for ATI (Assessment Technologies Institute), which provides resource guides and testing to assist in nursing education. Joy is also the advisor for the Student Nurses’ Association, a student-lead organization that promotes leadership and provides professional development opportunities for nursing students at Methodist College.

The DAISY Award is a national recognition program that colleges may use to demonstrate appreciation to teachers for their commitment and inspirational influence on their students. The DAISY Award is to honor extraordinary nursing faculty for their commitment and inspirational influence on their students.

Methodist College is the oldest nursing program in the Peoria area. Affiliated with UnityPoint Health, our diploma program was established in 1900 and it transitioned to a bachelor’s degree program in 2000. Methodist College focuses strictly on nursing and health sciences programs which create a learning environment with like-minded, goal-oriented students.

Methodist College is a traditional higher learning institution, pairing general education courses along with the nursing/health sciences curriculum in order to expose students to their major sooner and incorporate nursing and health science concepts into the curriculum for a seamless experience. Methodist College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).