Every year Methodist College seeks nominations to award the DAISY Award© for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty and the DAISY Award© for Extraordinary Nursing Students.
These awards are part of a partnership between the DAISY Foundation and Methodist College to recognize outstanding faculty and nursing students. In setting up the award program, the DAISY Foundation wanted to ensure that nurses know how deserving they are of our society's profound respect for the education, training, brainpower, and skill they put into their work, and especially for the caring with which they deliver their care.
To nominate for the DAISY Award© for Extraordinary Nursing Faculty
To nominate for the DAISY Award© for Extraordinary Nursing Students
Past Extraordinary Nursing Faculty Recipients
2021 - Sarah Phillips
2020 - Shelley Riney
2019 - Lori Mores-Sandoval
2018 - Brenda Mutchler
2017 - Connie Gowda
2016 - Cathy Jackson-Bruce
2015 - Lisa Gillespie
2014 - Dr. Cherrill Stockman
2013 - Joy Moss
Past Extraordinary Nursing Student Recipients
2019 - Erin Flynn
2018 - Erin Piper
2017 - Justin Sidney
2016 - Jobi Banas
About The DAISY Foundation
Created in 1999 by the family of J. Patrick Barnes, who died after following an 8 week hospitalization, the DAISY Foundation celebrates the extraordinary compassion and skill nurses show patients and their families each day. More than 136,000 nurses, nursing faculty and students, and nurse-led teams have been recognized with the DAISY Award® For Extraordinary Nursing. In February 2020, DAISY's co-founders, Mark and Bonnie Barnes, released Shining the Light on All the Right: Celebrating the Art of Nursing Around the World, which tells the story of the foundation's inception and growth into a worldwide movement.