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Grace Peterson Research Colloquium

​A long established tradition at DePaul University is for School of Nursing students to formally present their research prior to graduation. In 2005, the School of Nursing adopted a resolution that such occasions be forever known as the Grace Peterson Research Colloquium in honor of Grace Peterson, MA, RN, a generous benefactor who established a scholarship fund to support student and faculty research. This event is meant to celebrate the hard work and research of our students throughout their tenure in their respective program.

Grace Peterson Research Colloquium

Date, Time, and Location

The Grace Peterson Research Colloquium will be held on September 24th from 9am-12pm. Consult your email from DePaul School of Nursing for the Zoom link.


Please click here to download the program for the Grace Peterson Research Colloquium.

Featured Presentations

2021 Keynote Presentation: Practice, Research, and Policy: Informing the Health Equity Agenda, presented by Dr. Janice Phillips, PhD., RN, CENP, FAAN

Examining Nurses' Frontline Experiences During COVID-19: Building Awareness for the Promotion of Clinical Outcomes, presented by Tiffany Ponder, MS, RN​​ (2021 MENP Graduate)

A Qualitative Examination of Opioid Sparing Anesthesia Practices Among CRNAs, presented by Stephanie Knell, DNP, CRNA and Lauren Marks, DNP, CRNA ​​​(2021 DePaul DNP ​and NorthShore ​CRNA Program Graduates)


With inquiries, please contact:
School of Nursing​