Seng appreciates Dr. Okoli and the BH WELL team. She sees them as instrumental in her development as a researcher. Reflecting on her time with BH WELL, she notes, “Dr. Okoli, in particular, challenges me to think critically through problems rather than simply giving me solutions. This is especially valuable as a young researcher, as I want to be able to develop the independence necessary to lead my own research team someday and I must be able to navigate difficult situations.” Seng affirms the importance of learning from a distinguished leader in the field such as Dr. Okoli, because he fosters an environment of learning and excellence among his students.
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Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Sigma) was founded by six nurses in 1922 in Indianapolis, Indiana at what is now the Indiana University School of Nursing. “The name stems from Greek words storgé, thárros, and timé, meaning love, courage, and honor. Sigma is an international community of nurses, dedicated to the advancement of knowledge, teaching, learning, and service through the cultivation of communities of practice, education, and research. Their mission is to develop nurse leaders anywhere to improve healthcare everywhere.”
The Behavioral Health Wellness Environments for Living and Learning (BH WELL) research team exists to promote behavioral health and wellness among individuals facing behavioral health challenges.