2013 Broughton Fellowship Recipients
The Research Institute Congratulates the 2013 Broughton Graduate Fellows in Creative Applied Science!
Established in 1982 by the late William Broughton in honor of his parents, Henry and Jane Tinkham Broughton, the Broughton Graduate Fellowship in Creative Applied Science is given each year to recognize and support students whose research demonstrates high merit in creativity, originality and potential impact. This award is the highest scholarly distinction available to students in the Sage Graduates Schools.
The Graduate Schools Broughton Awards 2013
The award goes to:
- Lisa Flack, under the advisement of Kathleen Kelly, Ph.D., for her Doctor of Nursing project entitled, “Translating Research into Nursing Practice: The Effect of Point-of-Care Technology upon Nurses' Clinical Judgement.”
- Karen Skrlj, Lesley Farber & Rhonda Henneberry, under the advisement of Cheryl MacNeil, PhD., for their Occupational Therapy project entitled, “An Interprofessional Examination of Death and Education in the Health Professions."
- Jo Anne Weaver, under the advisement of Esther Haskvitz, PT, Ph.D, ATC, for her Doctor of Physical Therapy project entitled, "Effects of a Cardio Kickboxing Program on Balance, Muscular Strength, Muscular Endurance, Flexibility, and Mood in Adults with Development Disabilities."
- Kelly Piché & Andrea Nicosia, under the advisement of Neeti Pathare, PhD, for their Doctor of Physical Therapy project entitled “Physical Activity in Young Children during Physical Education Classes.”
- Deborah Merriam, under the advisement of Kathleen Kelly, Ph.D., for her Doctor of Nursing project entitled, “Intersection of NLN Centers of Excellence and Quality in Nursing Education."
The Broughton Fellows will be presenting the results of their research in platform presentations at the Sage Graduate Schools Research Symposium on May 4, 2013 in Bush Memorial. Everyone is invited to attend.