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WEEK OF MARCH 21, 2022
Apply for a Nursing Education Research Grant Now! Deadline March 25
Don't miss this last chance to apply for a research grant. Research activities advance the NLN's goal of taking the "lead in the conduct of research that informs and promotes evidence-based teaching, advances the science of nursing education, and provides and interprets data about nursing education and the nurse educator workforce." Over the past decade, the NLN has provided funding of more than $1 million dollars for research in nursing education. Learn More

Find Out Why Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Are Essential for Nursing Education
Elsevier's Managing Director for Global ERC Kevonne Holloway will lead a panel discussion on inclusion and diversity in the nursing education classroom on Tuesday, March 29, at 3 p.m. Eastern. The panel, comprised of both faculty and students, will share their insights on what implementing diversity and inclusion policies and practices looks like at their school, ideas for starting the conversation at other schools, and the role content representation plays in learning. Register Now

Confidently & Competently Promote Social Change & Advance Health Equity
The NLN and the Walden University College of Nursing believe that leadership is essential to creating sustainable comprehensive strategies that impact social determinants of health and social change. The Social Determinants of Health and Social Change Leadership Academy will equip nurse educators and interprofessional colleagues to lead in preparing future care providers with knowledge, skills, tools, and evidence-based resources to confidently and competently promote social change and advance health equity. Learn More
Apply Now for an NLN Nursing Education Scholarship Award
The NLN Foundation for Nursing Education offers scholarships of up to $8,000 each year to support the NLN’s mission to build a strong and diverse nursing workforce to advance the health of the nation and the global community. These scholarships are awarded to nurses pursuing advanced degrees to advance their career as a full-time nurse educator. The funds are for master's or doctoral students enrolled in accredited programs who have completed at least one full year of study by June 2022 and for whom program/project completion is feasible (i.e. IRB approved for research, dissertation proposal defended, capstone project approved, QI or change initiative approved). Learn More

Learn About the NLN Foundation Scholarship Application Process
Join the staff and chairs of the NLN Foundation Scholarship Selection Panel to learn more about the scholarship application process. They will discuss each of the available scholarships, share tips on applying, and answer any questions. The webinar will be hosted on Zoom and attendees will be let in beginning at 12:55 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday, April 6. Learn More

How to Become a Nurse: Teens Can Start Preparing in High School
With the recent emphasis on global health due to the pandemic, it wouldn’t be surprising if your high schooler is contemplating a career in the medical field. One field that is growing right now? Nursing. In fact, nursing employment is expected to increase 9% by 2030. Read More
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Nursing Education Research Grants Deadline - March 25

NLN Taking Aim: Why Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Is Essential for Nursing Education Webinar - March 29

Coaching for Excellence Session A Deadline - April 3

NLN Foundation Scholarship Application Webinar - April 6

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