Researchers at SDSU College of Nursing seek to describe, explain, predict and improve health and quality of life for rural and underserved populations. Our faculty and students are engaged in scientific inquiry with diverse methods and transdisciplinary teams.
Research seminars sponsored by the Office of Nursing Research provide the opportunity to engage on topics of interest to faculty and students and are open to in-person and teleconference participants. Faculty and students across all college programs are welcome present and attend at these seminars. For more information on presenting at research seminars, contact Dr. K. Reeder at email@example.com or 605-688-6412.
Student Research Opportunities
Students (from any discipline) can apply to work as research assistants, and honors students can participate in research projects, as well. Students who are too busy to work during the Fall and Spring semesters can take advantage of summer research opportunities and practicum experiences; independent study credit hour opportunities may be available.
College of Nursing students have the opportunity to attend Midwest Nursing Research Society (MNRS) and other local, state, and national meetings to attend sessions and present posters.