Two UA College of Nursing Faculty to be Honored as 2018 Tucson Fab 50 Nurses

May 7, 2019

As part of National Nurses Week (May 6-12), held in honor of the largest health-care workforce in the United States, two nurse leaders from the University of Arizona College of Nursing will be honored by their peers during the annual 2019 Tucson Fabulous 50 Nurses gala held by the Tucson Nurses’ Week Foundation on Saturday, May 11. 

The 22nd annual event is the city's capstone celebration to National Nursing Week and is sponsored by the Tucson Nurses Week Foundation. The Fabulous 50 nurses were chosen from throughout the Tucson area by their peers for their role modeling and mentoring of others, concern for humanity and their contributions to the Tucson community and the profession of nursing.

UA College of Nursing ‘Fabulous 50’ Nurses:

Beverly Bias, MS, RNC, Lecturer

“I am extremely gracious and blessed to be awarded this fabulous 50 award, as I share this honor with many previous amazing faculty mentors from the College of Nursing. Although It has been just three years since I have been teaching in Tucson, my passion for student success, student well-being and best patient outcomes has been a priority the past 31 years. I love sharing my knowledge and expertise with students, patients and families. I look forward to continue to play a positive role in the development of future nurses.”    

Angela C. Brown, DNP, FNP-BC, ANP-BC, CDE, Clinical Assistant Professor

“I am honored and humbled to accept this reward, joining past recipients who I admire and respect.  As a nurse/nurse practitioner, I always consider the student, colleague, or patient I am working with and persevere to achieve optimal outcomes.  I am touched beyond words at being nominated for this award and look forward to many more years of service.”