Army nursing cadet wins award

By Chris Heatherly, Army ROTC

Claire-WinemanPULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University Army ROTC cadet Claire Wineman won the Norton Healthcare Award at the recent U.S. Army Cadet Command Advanced Camp in Fort Knox, Ky.

Claire Wineman with her award.

The honor is given to a nursing student who excels in the application of critical thinking skills in decision making under stress. Wineman, a junior majoring in nursing, attended the camp as part of her pre-commissioning education requirements.

Part of WSU since 1892, ROTC commissions approximately 20 Army officers per year. For more information, see or contact Garry Nestler at 509-335-7394.








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