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|Council of Associate Degree Nursing in New York State, Inc. Records (MC50), Bellevue Alumnae Center for Nursing History, Foundation of New York State Nurses, Guilderland, NY|
Formed early in the development of the New York State Associate Degree Nursing Project, the Council of Associate Degree Nursing in New York State, Inc. began its existence as the New York State Associate Degree Nursing Council in 1959. That first meeting, on December 14, 1959, was attended by 11 individuals representing five programs and Teachers College, Columbia University. The goal for creating such an organization was to gather individuals in Associate Degree nursing educatino to develop ideas and plans to strengthen Associate Degree nursing education in New York. The previoous year saw the implementation of Associate Degree nursing in the United States through funding provided by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. new York State was one of the first to host such a program at Orange County Community College. The Council was incorporated in 1972.
Over the years, the Council has taken part in compiling data for comparison of Associate Degree programs; prduced resolutions, position papers, and fact sheets on vital nursing issues; held workshops and other programs to strengthen Associate Degree education; and provided a much needed opportunity for professional contact for Associate Degree nursing administrators and educators.
Many nursing leaders have held membership in the Council over the years. Among these are Margery Doyle, Alice Fuller, Patricia D. Irons, Esther McEvoy, Ruth Methaney, Virginia Shea, and June Simpson.
Today the Council has grown to represent 48 programs across the state.
Box and Folder List
- Constitution and bylaws, last revised 1993
- Correspondence, 2006
- Financial and tax records, 2006
- Minutes, 1992-1993
- Minutes, 1994
- Minutes, 1995-1997
- Minutes, 1998-2001
- Minutes, 2001-2006
- Minutes, 2007
Publication: NYS Nursing Education Articulation Module, 2007
- Minutes, 2008
- Minutes, April, 2009
Application for Approval of Educational Activity, 2009
- Minutes, October, 2009
- Minutes, April, 2010
- Anniversary booklets, 1984, 2002
- Surveys, 1993-1994
- 12th Annual Faculty Development Conference, 2008
- Continuing Education documents, April 2010
PRESIDENTIAL PAPERS: MARY ANN MARKOWITZ (Term: 2003-2005)
- Minutes, 1993, 1995-1999
- Agendas, minutes, documents, 2000-2003
- 50th Anniversary Celebration of NYSADN Council, 2002
- Presidential Notebook, "A-F," 2003-2005 [1 of 3]
- Presidential Notebook, "G-N," 2003-2005 [2 of 3]
- Presidential Notebook, "O-Z," 2003-2005 [3 of 3]
- 7th Annual ADN Faculty Conference, 2003
- 8th Annual ADN Faculty Conference,2004
- 9th Annual ADN Faculty Conference,2005
- 11th Annual ADN Faculty Conference,2007
|Gertrude Hutchinson||December 2007,||December 2009|
|July 2010,||December 2010|
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