Graduate students (PhD, MSN, DNP) and recently graduated alumni (within 3 years of graduation) who are in clinical practice (full or part-time) are eligible to submit an application to the Research Awards Committee. The applicant must be the Principal Investigator for the study/project. Learn more in the award eligibility form.
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Application deadlines are April 1 and October 30.
Research Awards: Up to $1,000
- Alumni Research Awards Application: EBP Project
- Alumni Research Awards Application: Research Study
- Alumni Research Award Guidelines
Support Alumni Association Research Grants
Previous Research Award Recipients
Fall 2017 Recipients
Patient Reported Symptom Outcomes During Medication Titration for Adult Heart Failure Management. Award amount of $489.00
Gene Expression Profiling of Fatigue in Individuals with End Stage Renal Disease. Award amount of $1,000
Spring 2017 Recipients
The Relationships Among Emotional Intelligence, Patient-Provider Interaction, Self-Management and Blood Pressure Control in Adults With Hypertension; funded for $1000.
Effect of an Appreciative Inquiry Intervention to Enhance Hypertension Self-management; funded for $1000.
2016 Fall Recipients
The Role of Skin-to-Skin Contact and Breastfeeding on Postpartum Hemorrhage. Award amount of $1000.00.
Sarah Gutin Barsman
Decision-Making for High Risk Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): Parents' Attitudes and Experiences. Award amount of $1000.00.
2016 Spring Recipients
“SystemCHANGETM-Stroke: A Systems Approach to Healthy Living After Stroke in Thailand.” Award amount of $1000.00.
Patient-Centered Infection Prevention: A Hand Hygiene Intervention for Hospitalized Adults. Award amount of $1000.00.
2015 Fall Recipients
The Effect of Heart Failure Education on Nursing Staff's Knowledge and Confidence in a Skilled Nursing Facility. Award amount of $1000.00. Her faculty advisor is Dr. Deborah Lindell.
Newborn Observations of Physiological and Behavioral Signs in SSC First Ten Minutes Post-birth. Award amount of $1000.00. Her faculty advisor is Dr. Susan Ludington.
2015 Spring Recipients
Amy B. Petrinec, PhD, RN
“Post-Intensive Care Syndrome Symptoms and coping Strategies in Family Decision-Makers of Intensive Care Unit Patients.”
“Role of Baby-Friendly Hospital Care in Maternal Role Competence.”
“An Evaluation of Decision-Making Preferences and Cognitive and Psychosocial Predictors of Decision Control in Adolescents and Young Adults with Cancer.”