Stories of support
The Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis believes in the vision to transform health care. In order to achieve it, likeminded people must invest in students who share a passion for nursing. The following stories illustrate people who chose to create a lasting legacy to impact students' lives today and health care for generations to come.
Bee’s Family Interprofessional Scholarship
Two weeks into his pursuit of a master’s degree in leadership at the Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing at UC Davis, Ren Bee co-led the initiative to create the Nursing Science and Health-Care Leadership Student and Alumni Scholarship Fund. But this graduate of the inaugural master’s-degree leadership Class of 2012 was just getting started.
Lillian Mae Revenig McCoy, R.N., Memorial Scholarship
At the time of her retirement at the age of 85, Lillian May Revenig McCoy was the oldest practicing registered nurse in California. To celebrate her legacy, School of Nursing Assistant Clinical Professor Virginia Hass and her twin sister, Kathy Samsom, endow a scholarship to inspire and support future nursing graduate students.