Research is at the core of both the School of Nursing and The University of Texas at Austin mission statements, and as such is fundamental to our purpose. The research performed by School of Nursing students prepares our graduates to be the future of nursing research. The School of Nursing is proud to highlight a selection of student research in this section.
The School of Nursing Undergraduate Nursing Honors Program offers honors students the opportunity to gain valuable research experience under the direct supervision of a faculty mentor. Once their research is complete, honors students summarize their work in a professional style written report and publically present their findings.
Click on the project title to download the research. All undergraduate research projects are in PDF format.
|Courtney Brown||Dietary Behaviors and Mental Health in College Students at The University of Texas at Austin||Cara Young|
|Ashley Hayes||Education and Intentional Rounding to Prevent Falls||Glenda Joiner-Rogers|
|Angela Lam||An Evaluation of Coping Mechanisms Implemented by University Students to Reduce and Manage Stress||Donna Rolin|
|Taylor Moulton||Ethical Arguments Supporting Mandatory HPV Vaccination: A Research Synthesis||Lynn Rew|
|Kelsey Mumford||Faith-Based Case Management in the African American Population: A Systematic Review of the Literature||Ana Todd|
|Hannah Phillips||A systematic review of young sibling visitation policies in the NICU||Danica Sumpter|
|Kaylee Schnur||Young Adult Knowledge and Readiness to Engage in Advance Care Planning Behaviors||Kavita Radhakrishnan|
|Stephanie Teffeteller||Barriers to Researching Vulnerable Populations||Jane Champion|