Graduate Nursing Students: Information and Resources Worth Checking Out!

Information and Resources for Graduate Nursing Students Worth Checking Out!  

We all get a million emails and don’t necessarily read them all, and sometimes that means we miss out on great opportunities. Here are some events, resources, and opportunities that may interest you! 

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) 2020 Stephen E. Straus Distinguished Lecture with Dr. Shannon Zenk, Director of the National Institute of Nursing Research (NINR) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). “All Health Is Not Created Equal: Where You Live Matters,” is now available on the NIH VideoCast website.

Writing an Effective Teaching Philosophy Statement  

Monday, February 8 and Monday, February 22, 2021, 10-11:30AM CT 
Draft a peer-reviewed teaching philosophy statement that reflects your teaching beliefs and experiences in this two-part workshop. Cap: 40. 

American Nurses Association – PPE Quick Videos
FREE and on-demand HERE 

Wisconsin Nurses Association – COVID-19 Updates on Therapeutics Vaccines in Wisconsin
FREE and on-demand HERE 

Prelim Preparation
4 pm (30-minute meetings), Tuesday every other week, starting Jan 1
Students in this group are preparing for prelims and will share preparation strategies and progress toward goals. Although exams can be very different across graduate programs, what we’ll likely have in common is a desire to be organized, reduce stress, and share accomplishments 

Job Market Preparation
4 pm (30-minute meetings), Wednesday every other week, starting Jan 1
Find community among graduate students who are in various stages of job market preparation and share tips, tricks, and the journey with one another. 

A Practical Approach to Project Management for Graduate Students
Thursday, January 21st  9 am – 2 pm 

Discover PD – Advance your academic and professional goals
Take a self-assessment to get a report of your strengths and weaknesses 

Active Teaching Labs provide a space to learn more about teaching tools and techniques 

The Delta Program engages graduate students and postdocs in professional development in teaching, mentoring, outreach and advising 

Informational interviews (or meetings, since you’re not actually asking for a job) can be a helpful way to get job-search advice from people working in your field of interest. 

MNRS Webinar Series
Leveraging social media for #nursingresearch – January 29, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern
In LOVE With the K Award: Struck by Cupid’s Bow of Funding – February 16, 2021, 1:00 PM Eastern
MNRS 45th Annual Research Conference – March 24-27, 2021 

Wisconsin Nurses Assocation
2021 WNA Membership Assembly & Annual Meeting 

~Your GNSO/A Leadership Team~ 

Jen Stevens
Rachel Chenoweth
Courtney Gehl
Abby Hammes
Jenn Kowalkowski 


This post was authored by Jennifer Kowalkowski on 01/13/2021.