WVU School of Nursing creates word clouds to reflect on purpose
West Virginia University School of Nursing faculty, staff and students were recently invited to create word clouds to reflect on their purpose and motivation.
Led by Dr. Tanya Rogers, Associate Dean of Graduate Programs, the exercise encouraged members of the School of Nursing to reflect on the principles and priorities that guide their lives and careers.
“We want to reach you where you are and rise together,” Rogers shared in her message. “My word cloud hangs above my computer so I can reflect on it daily.”
She encouraged participants to use a free word cloud generator as a personalized way to visualize a path to fulfillment. After the anonymous word clouds were crafted, they were printed and displayed in the glass case in front of the Dean’s Suite on the sixth floor of Health Sciences South.
Anyone interested in seeing the word clouds created by members of the School of Nursing are invited to stop by. Anyone wishing to create a word cloud of their own can do so at freewordcloudgenerator.com.
CONTACT: Wendy Holdren
Director of Communications and Marketing
WVU School of Nursing