11 CSON students participated in the Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Once again, CSON students took Undergraduate Research Day by storm. 11 students participated presenting a total of six posters and one oral presentation. Undergraduate Research Fellows worked with faculty mentors to create their poster. Each student, with guidance, had to research, design, and present their poster or presentation in front of a group of their peers and faculty from throughout the University.
The Undergraduate Research Symposium is a yearly event put on the by the Provost's Office. Undergraduate students from Boston College are invited to participate in the event. If chosen, this venue allows students to share the research they have worked on with faculty, or conclusions they were able to draw from their work on advanced study grants. The day is filled with poster presentations and panels.
- Ann Harrington (mentor: Professor and Nurse Theorist Sr. Callista Roy) Current Trends in Nursing Theory-Based Research: A Selective Global Survey
- Melanie Chang (mentor: Associate Clinical Professor Stacey Barone) Attitudes Towards and Knowledge about Working with Older Adults: A Comparison of Freshmen and Senior Nursing Students
- Katie Farrell '13 (mentor: Associate Profesor Susan Kelly-Weeder) Drinking Motivations in the College Population
- Annemarie O’Toole & Mary Kate O’Malley (mentor: Clinical Associate Professor Colleen Simonelli) The Effect of 20-minute Stress Reduction on Nurses’ Job Satisfaction
- Yvonne Shih (ASG Sponsor: Associate Professor Judith Shindul-Rothschild) Nurse-to-Patient Ratio: Balancing the Demand and Supply of Nurses
- Danielle Gautereaux, Kathleen Marion, Marina Iturralde & Amanda Farrell (mentors: Assistant Professor Natalie McLain & Assistant Professor Melissa Sutherland) Improving Nursing Students’ Knowledge and Skills in Caring for Patients Experiencing IPV
Oral Panel Presentation:
- Phoebe Matthews (ASG Sponsor: Assistant Professor Melissa Sutherland) Rocky Mountain Outdoor Educator: Backpacking with Wilderness First Responder