Gaultier Faculty Fellowship
We are pleased to announce that next year's Gaultier Faculty Fellowship is awarded to Dr. Eva Simms. To learn more about Dr. Simm's research, check out our webpage devoted to the Gaultier Faculty Fellows.
Recent Article Published by 2012 Gaultier Fellows
Drs. Rebecca Kronk and Yvonne Weidman from the School of Nursing recently published their article, "Use of Photovoice to Integrate a Community-Engaged Scholarship Model of Research Into an Undergraduate Clinical Nursing Course" in the Journal of Nursing Education. This study was supported by the Center for Community-Engaged Teaching and Research Gaultier Fellowship. As Gaultier Fellows, Weideman and Kronk promoted faculty mentored, student-led community engaged research using Photovoice. Photovoice is a research method that allows researchers to use photography as a means to understand community members' lived experiences, including their joys, strengths, challenges, and unmet needs. We congratulate them on the advancement of their work and invite you to take a closer look at their article. Use of Photovoice to Integrate a Community-Engaged Scholarship Model of Research Into an Undergraduate Clinical Nursing Course Rebecca Kronk, PhD, CRNP; Yvonne Weideman, DNP, CNE Journal of Nursing Education September Supplement 2014 - Volume 53 · Issue 9: S114-S117