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NLN Foundation for Nursing Education Announces 2013 Nursing Education Scholarship Program Promoting Academic Progression
Date:3/20/2013

s to be a change agent for nursing, beginning in her corner of the world on the West Coast; one goal, she said, is to make her simulation center a regional center and put the CSUB nursing program on the map as an NLN Center of Excellence. Ms. Dawkins is enrolled in the CSU Fresno/San Jose DNP program and will use her award to defray the costs of her doctoral studies as she looks forward to applying for a full-time, tenure-track position following graduation.

Sandra S. McNeely
"My pursuit of the PhD is motivated by love of learning, teaching, career goals, and the desire to contribute to the science of nursing," Ms. McNeely asserted. Her research interest has always been in best care practices, with an emphasis on gerontology nursing. Currently an assistant clinical professor at University of Houston-Victoria and teaching in the second degree BSN and RN to BSN programs since 1995, she has taught in both community college and university settings. Ms. McNeely is completing her third year of doctoral study at the University of Texas Medical Branch. Her dissertation explores end-of-life care for immigrants to the US, a topic timely and relevant to nursing practice today.

Brenda Washington
"I intend to use my education and experience to educate future nurses to excel in the delivery of patient care," said Ms. Washington. Experienced in both academic and clinical settings, she has worked in long-term care facilities, as well as in community and public health agencies. In the clinical arena, her experience includes obstetrics, pediatrics, pain management, medical, surgical, substance abuse, and critical care nursing. Ms. Washington currently teaches nursing theory and practice at two community colleges, while enrolled in a doctoral program in educational studies in nursing at Eastern Michigan University. She stated that her degree will increase her knowledge of the needs of underprivileged and disadvantaged urban patient
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