Our faculty work closely with PhD students, advance practice nursing students and undergraduate students and, together, they contribute substantively to the knowledge base related to care for older adults.
The Hartford Center offers a variety of funding options to support nursing curriculum study. Candidates for these awards must demonstrate scholarly promise as well as a commitment to careers in nursing education, practice, and research that will benefit older adults.
We have created a gerontological nursing honors track in our undergraduate program and have secured funding from The Hearst Foundations, supplemented by discretionary funds from the Oregon Community Foundation and designated to the HCGNE by OHSU President Robertson, to provide tuition support for students. The students admitted to the Honors Program in Gerontological Nursing will delve deeply into course material to develop gerontological nursing skills and knowledge, working with a gerontological nursing faculty mentor who will guide student learning and discovery.
2011-2013 JAHF BAGNC Scholar
2012–2014 JAHF Patricia G. Archbold Scholar
2012-2014 Jonas Scholar
2012 Hearst PhD Scholars
OHSU SON has been a proud recipient of many John A. Hartford Fellowships & Scholarships
2010-2012 Claire M. Fagin Fellow
2009-2011 Claire M. Fagin Fellow
2007-2009 Claire M. Fagin Fellow
2009-2011 JAHF BAGNC Scholars
2008-2010 JAHF BAGNC Scholar
2007-2009 JAHF BAGNC Scholars
2006-2008 JAHF BAGNC Scholars
2005 - 2007 JAHF BAGNC Predoctoral Scholars
2004 JAHF BAGNC Predoctoral Scholar
Casey Raquel Shillam
2003 JAHF BAGNC Predoctoral Scholars
2002 JAHF BAGNC Predoctoral scholar
Karen E. Greco
2001 JAHF BAGNC Predoctoral Scholar
Karen B. Tetz
2001 JAHF BAGNC Post-doctoral Scholar