Graduate Research Day – Saturday, April 27, 2019
Shepherd University’s Division of Graduate Studies hosted a successful 3rd Graduate Research Day on April 21, 2018 in the Byrd Center for Congressional History and Education. Students from the Doctor of Nursing Practice, Master of Arts – College Student Development and Administration, Master of Arts, Curriculum and Instruction, and Master of Arts in Teaching participated in presentations, Pecha Kuchas, and posters.
We look forward to additional presentations in 2019 to showcase graduate students at Shepherd University.
EXCELLENCE • INNOVATION • and OPPORTUNITY.
Dr. Richard Stevens, Dean
Graduate Studies and Faculty Affairs
Winners of the Distinguished Graduate Student Awards 2018:
Distinguished Graduate Student, Scholarship: Stephen L. Johnston, DNP program- “Understanding Patient Motives for Non-Adherence to Hemodialysis Treatments.”
Distguished Graduate Student, Professionalism (contributions to the profession):
Krista Kyker, MAT program, Megan Rynne and Janet Stevens, MACI and APST certificate -“Elizabeth Ellis: Appalachian Heritage Storyteller in Residence.”