Welcome to the Epsilon Omega Chapter homepage!  
The Epsilon Omega Chapter is the University of Alabama Capstone College of Nursing's STTI chapter.  


Greetings Epsilon Omega Members,

 Welcome to our site! We hope that you will take advantage of the many benefits that come with membership. The Epsilon Omega board is committed to its members and is dedicated toward keeping a vibrant chapter. Our goal is to provide opportunities for education, leadership, scholarship, research/evidence based practice, and community service. Please check back often to keep up to date on the chapter information, news, and upcoming events. Also visit us at our Capstone College of Nursing website.

A message from Chapter President: Dr. JoAnn S. Oliver

Welcome to Epsilon Omega Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International.

Epsilon Omega Chapter has been issued a call by the current Sigma Theta Tau International (STTI) President, Dr. Cathy Catrambone. The presidential call to action is Influence to Advance Global Health and Nursing. I am excited to be leading our local chapter which has a long history of influencing the University of Alabama, Capstone College of Nursing and our surrounding communities. Our vision is to continue to work with our members, our community, and increase inclusiveness and diversity. We are devoted to upholding STTI Honor Society's mission of advancing world health and celebrating nursing excellence in scholarship, leadership, and service.

Let me once again extend a warm welcome to the Epsilon Omega Chapter of STTI. We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events. We regularly update this website to keep you informed of events and please follow us on Instagram at STTI_EpsilonOmegaChapter. We look forward to your support and opportunities to work with you in implementing the call and mission of STTI.

Warmest regards,

     JoAnn S. Oliver

Dr. JoAnn S. Oliver



Congratulations Epsilon Omega for receiving the 2017 Philanthropy and Lifelong Learning Awards in the Showcase for Regional Excellence!

Congratulations to  Drs. Felecia Wood and Ann Graves on their recent notice of funding from Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing for approximately $10,000 for their study, "Promotion of Evidence-Based Communication Strategies Focused on Health Literacy in the Advanced Nursing Practice Curriculum".

Congratulations to Dr. Megan Lippe and Mrs. Abby Horton, the 2016-2017 recipients of the chapter research grant. We look forward to hearing the results of your ongoing research. 


Funding Opportunities for STTI Members:

Travel Grants for students (Undergraduate or Graduate). Due January 31st



Research Grants. Due January 15th

Epsilon Omega Research Grant Information


Anyone interested in submitting for either of these opportunities can contact Michelle Cheshire at mcheshire@ua.edu