The Ann Crowe Essig Undergraduate Research Mentorship Program was developed to encourage and support undergraduate nursing student participation in School of Nursing faculty research. Students devote 20 hours per week for an eight week summer session. The project culminates with an oral or poster presentation and a written description of the project (approximately 1,500 words).
Students who have completed their fifth, sixth or seventh semesters, as well as RN students who have completed N4950 Nursing Theory and Research, are invited to apply.
Preference will be given to students mentored in the areas of oncology, lymphedema and women’s health issues. Students must have a cumulative 3.25 GPA.
For more information, visit the Ann Crowe Essig Undergraduate Research Mentorship Program website or contact email@example.com.