Celebrating 90 years of nursing excellence
In 1922, six nursing students founded Sigma Theta Tau at the Indiana University Training School for Nurses. The Greek letters they chose stood for “storgé,” “tharsos” and “timé”: love, courage and honor. Ninety years later, the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) serves 130,000 active members in more than 85 countries and the nursing profession at large.
This year, STTI members will celebrate through a variety of activities that are based on President Suzanne Prevost's call to action: Give Back to Move Forward.
Watch this page for ideas and more information.
Discover nine ways
to share your passion for STTI and the nursing profession.
Send us your photos!
STTI is developing a photo gallery featuring pictures from members. These images highlight STTI members and events over the past 90 years. Submit your photo today! You can also view photos that have already been submitted.
Share your celebration plans in The Circle!
How will you commemorate STTI's 90th anniversary? Visit The Circle to discuss ideas, what STTI membership means to you and more!