Graduate research

Research is at the very heart of the mission of the College of Nursing at The Ohio State University. In real and measurable ways, graduate students have the opportunity to contribute to the profession of nursing as scientists and scholars.  Faculty emphasize collegial mentoring relationships between expert and developing scholars with regard to research, grant writing, and publications. Faculty facilitate interdisciplinary collaborations and access to to more than 22 core research laboratories on the OSU campus to assist students to develope cutting edge, high quality, research projects. 

Faculty also assist students to obtain competitive extramural research funding through such eminent organizations as the National Institutes of Health, TriService Nursing Research Program, Midwest Nursing Research Society, and Sigma Theta Tau, International. Intramural funding of research includes the Alumni Grants for Graduate Research and Scholarship (AGGRS) and Edward F. Hayes Graduate Research Forum.

Our graduates serve as scientists and scholars in the profession of nursing, contributing richly at all levels of practice and teaching.

 

See: PhD overview

See Research Introduction
See Research Undergraduate
See Research Labs