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  • 2020 Recipients

    • Shylah Addante, under the advisement of Joseph Dragone, PhD for her project in the Educational Leadership program, “Implementation of Behavioral Intervention Team Best Practices at Institutions of Higher Education in New York State”
    • Shelby Cull & Rachel Truax, under the advisement of Debra Collette, OTD, OTR/L, for their project in the Occupational Therapy program, “The Role of Occupational Therapy in Women’s Maternal Health”
    • Jennifer Grigoli, under the advisement of Kathleen A, Kelly, PhD, MPH, MS, FNP, for her project in the Doctor of Nursing Science program, “The Burden of Proof: The Lived Experiences of Nurses with Substance Use Disorders: Returning to Work following Alternative to Discipline Programs”
    • Angelina Parks, under the advisement of Alicia Harlow, PhD, for her project in the Counseling and Community Psychology program, “How Disclosing Trauma and Life Experiences Impacts Individual and Intimate Relationship Functioning”
    • April Prestipino, under the advisement of Joseph Dragone, PhD for her project in the Educational Leadership program, “Exploring the Role of Secondary Principal Leadership in Advancing the School Improvement Process”
    • Anne Young, under the advisement of Francesca Durand, PhD for her project in the Educational Leadership program, “Cultural Proficiency Initiatives in Suburban and Rural School Districts as a Result of ESSA”

    2019 Recipients

    • Susan Brenton, under the advisement of Janice White, EdD for her project in the Educational Leadership “The Effects of Mentoring, Work Life Balance and Stress on the Female, New Jersey Superintendent”
    • Chayapa Chaisuwan, under the advisement of Kathleen Kelly, PhD, MPH, MS, FNP, Glenda Kelman, PhD, ACNP-BC and Tracey Continelli, PhD for her project in the Doctor of Nursing Science, “Critical Thinking Dispositions among Baccalaureate Nursing Students: A Comparative Analysis between Thailand and the United States”
    • Kathleen Giarratano, under the advisement of Marisa Beeble, for her project in the Counseling and Community Psychology, “Assessing Support for Safe Injections Sites among Adult Constituents in New York State Active Researchers”
    • James Niedermeier, under the advisement of Francesca Durand, PhD for his project in Educational Leadership, “School-Business Partnerships in New York State’s Capital Region: Essential Elements of Meaningful Interorganizational Collaboration”

    2018 Recipients

    • Mary Agoglia under the advisement of Kathleen Kelly, PhD, MPH, MS, FNP, Glenda Kelman, PhD, ACNP-BC and Patricia O’Connor, PhD, for her project in the Doctor of Nursing Science, “The Complexities of Medication and Error Reporting”
    • Nadia Amin under the advisement of Ellen Cole, PhD and Patricia O’Connor, PhD, for her project in the Masters of Arts in Counseling and Community Psychology, “Understanding the Effects of Video Chat on Family Caregivers and Long-Term Care Residents with Dementia: A Pilot Study”
    • Ashley Bracker, Katie Nunan & Courtney Weiler, under the advisement of Debra Allen, OTD, OTR/L, for their project in the Masters in Science, Occupational Therapy “Impact of Occupational Therapy Integrated Play Intervention on Participation in Social Skills”
    • Jillian Montreuil, Kendra Piontek & Erin Shah, Debra Allen, OTD, OTR/L, for their project in the Masters in Science, Occupational Therapy “Developing Sensory Room Recommendations Based on Sensory Needs of an Arc Population”