2017 Jean Kelley Lecture - June 7, 8:30 am, LRC 104
PhD student is School's first to receive Barker Award for Excellence
Congratulations to Dr. Alice Austin!
Congratulations to Dr. Peggy Bergeron!
SON PhD Alum & Professor Dr. Gakumo receives Diversity Champion Award
PhD student earns first-place honors at international conference
PhD Student Kenya Kirkendoll honored by Chi Eta Phi Sorority
Doctoral students Swiger, Freeman earn TSNRP honor
Cherven, Wells chosen 2016 RWJF Future of Nursing Scholars
Breast Cancer Month a time of heartache, hope for PhD student

PhD Program Outcomes

  • Examine models, concepts and theories for their application in expanding the body of nursing and health-care knowledge.
  • Contribute to nursing science and health care through research that is disseminated in professional publications and presentations to the scientific communities and health-care consumers.
  • Conduct health-care investigations based upon scientifically sound conceptual and methodological decisions about research designs, measures, and analytic methods.
  • Reflect a consistent commitment to scientific integrity in the design, conduct, and dissemination of research.
  • Initiate and collaborate in interdisciplinary research and scholarly endeavors that contribute to health outcomes in a culturally effective manner.
  • Assume leadership roles in research and scholarship.