Category Archives: Nursing

Community Development in Belize

  Devon Hill-Larson is a pre-nursing honors student who will be a sophomore this fall. She plans to write her honors thesis on health care in developing┬ácountries following a service learning trip to Belize. Her future career goals include becoming … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Research: Kelly Toner Presents her Work to Midwives for Haiti Board

Honors nursing student Kelly Toner is creating a volunteer orientation module for Midwives for Haiti for her honors thesis. Last week, she traveled to their headquarters in Richmond, Va. to present her work. You can read more about Kelly in … Continue reading

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5 Questions for Kelly Toner, Honors Nursing Student

Senior nursing student and Honors College Fellow Kelly Toner has participated in missionary trips since the age of 14. For her honors thesis, Kelly found a new way to make a difference by developing an orientation module for volunteers in … Continue reading

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Advice: Student Kelly Toner Shares Honors Thesis Survival Tips

  I’m currently a junior nursing student from Springfield, Missouri. I’m working with Dr Cara Osborne in the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing. My topic is: increasing the effectiveness of volunteers working with Midwives for Haiti through the use of … Continue reading

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