Undergraduate Student Research
The Undergraduate Nursing Honors Program offers honors students the opportunity to gain valuable research experience under the direct supervision of a faculty mentor. Once their research is complete, honors students must summarize their work in a professional style written report and publically present their findings.
Click on the project title to download the research. All undergraduate research projects are in PDF format.
List of 2015 Undergraduate
|Evolving Obesity Prevention Policies in United States Elementary Schools: 1966-2014
|The Relationship of Exposure to Mass Media and Disordered Eating Behaviors: A Systematic Review of the Literature
|Perceived Connectedness with HealthCare Providers in Children and Adolescents with Asthma
|The Influence of Gender, Peers, and Social Connectedness on Rural Adolescent Drinking Behaviors
|Sleep and Depression in Undergraduate College Students Over Time
|Comparing Health Behaviors and Childcare in Preschool Children
|Association between Symptoms and Hemoglobin A1C Levels in Mexican Americans with Type 2 Diabetes
|The Relationship of BMI and Ethnicity with Body Image in College Females
|Barriers to Health Literacy among Persons with Visual Impairments: A Systematic Literature Review
|Emotional Intelligence and Student Success in Prelicensure Nursing Programs
|The Relationship Between Ethnic Identity, Drug Use, and Sexual Risk Behaviors in Late Adolescence