Posted on Jan 25, 2013

Noor Tamari Receives Student of the Month Community Service Award

Noor Tamari Receives Student of the Month Community Service Award


usf college of nursing COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD RECIPIENT:    November 2012 Undergraduate Student recipient: Noor Tamari

November 2012 Undergraduate Student recipient: Noor Tamari 

Noor Tamari volunteered for the Florida Hospital B Wells Program and Project Downtown: Women and Children Downtown Shelter, Salvation Army and Good Samaritan. Noor Tamari noted volunteering for the Florida Hospital Wellness program helped their employees gain valuable insight on their health status. She measured the employees’ BMI, percentage of body fat and blood pressure which was used to assist an employee in developing an individualized nutrition and exercise program and providing incentives to help motivate employees to work on their personal health and wellness goals. Project Downtown is an organization at USF committed to achieving social objectives that are both sustainable and beneficial to the homeless population of Tampa Bay. Noor Tamari helped supply homeless shelters, such as the Salvation Army and Good Samaritan, with food for the mind, body, and soul. Noor Tamari informed volunteering helped to strengthen her belief that nurses should always be aware of health issues on local, national, and global levels and serve as positive role models in the community. 


USF Nursing Community Service Award Student of the Month Submit a Community Service Award application today and nominate yourself, a classmate or colleague for this meaningful award from the College of Nursing at the University of South Florida. Contact for additional details.