FAQContact usTerms of servicePrivacy Policy

University of Maryland faculty members receive nurse educator doctoral grants

Monday July 29, 2013
Printer Icon
line
Select Text Size: Zoom In Zoom Out
line
Comment
Share this Nurse.com Article
rss feed
Six faculty members from the University of Maryland School of Nursing in Baltimore have been awarded the Nurse Educator Doctoral Grant for Practice and Dissertation Research.

Susan Antol, RN, MS, assistant professor; Lily Fountain, RN, MS, CNM, assistant professor; Jana Goodwin, RN, MS, ANPC, clinical instructor; Shannon Idzik, CRNP, DNP, CCRN, assistant professor; Naomi "Bea" Himmelwright-Lamm, RN, EdD, assistant professor; and Margaret Lynn, RN, MS, MBA, FNE-A, assistant professor, received awards totaling between $20,000 and $30,000, which will be distributed evenly over two academic years.

NEDG is a new statewide funding initiative supported by the Nurse Support Program II and is jointly approved by the Health Services Cost Review Commission and Maryland Higher Education Commission. The competitive grant program is designed to assist PhD and DNP candidates. According to a news release, its goals are to increase the number of doctoral-prepared nursing faculty in the state, strengthen faculty development for optimal capacity at schools of nursing and recruit and retain a diverse nursing faculty.

"Itís a great opportunity for Maryland nursing doctoral candidates who are interested in serving as nursing faculty to further their education," UMSON Dean Jane M. Kirschling, RN, PhD, FAAN, said in the release. "I am happy that six members of the School of Nursing family were selected to take advantage of a program that will ultimately bolster our faculty."

Grant recipients can use the funds for professional development, course release time, wages for research-related administrative support or project-related expenses for supplies, travel and document creation.

LEARN MORE at http://www.mhec.state.md.us/Grants/


To comment, email editorDC@nurse.com or post a comment below.