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A New Direction for RWJF

Beginning in 2014, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation will develop new programs that strive to increase the number of scholars/fellows/leaders it supports annually. Read about the Foundation’s new direction for leadership programs here.  

Q&A Posted

The session slides and the recording from the November 6, 2013 Applicant Web Conference have been posted in the 

Final RWJF Human Capital Diversity Project Webinar

RWJF logoRWJF is hosting the final Human Capital Diversity Project webinar for this year “Through a New Lens: Insights and Best Practices in Diversity and Inclusion for Faculty Success in the Academy” today, Monday December 2 at 2:30 p.m. The webinar features the work of the New Connections program and a recently completed research study on the challenges of underrepresented faculty. You can register for the webinar using the link below.

A Culture of “Ohana”--Cultural Diversity and a Sense of Community at the University of Hawaiʻi at Manoa

 
“What makes Hawaii paradise isn’t the beaches, the sea, the whales, the sun or the scenery,” said Hanberg. “It’s the people and the culture. The diversity that exists and how accepting people are of that culture of diversity. That’s what makes our school and this state paradise.”

NCIN PIP Webinar July 2013

cover of the pip  toolkitOn July 17, 2013 the NCIN National Program Office (NPO) presented a webinar concerning the update to the Technical assistance program for the ROund 6 (2013-2014) greantees. If you were not able to attend please take advangage of the resources below: 

Session Slides
Event Recording

Poster Development Webinar


On June 24, 2013 the NCIN Round 6 Summit Program Planning Committee's, Poster Sub-committee hosted a Poster Development webinar to outline the best practices for developing your poster.

Webinar Materials 4.24.2013--"Review of PIP On Line--Outcomes and Recommendations"

NCIN launched the PIP On-Line Supplement in August 2012! Designed as an enhancement to our traditional Pre-Entry Immersion Program, PIP On-Line is intended to meet the needs of both our grantees and scholars, allowing both to engage in pre-entry activities before beginning an accelerated nursing program. In this first year, PIP On-Line will include learning modules consistent with the PIP Toolkit. These modules will be interactive and feature videos, PowerPoint presentations ,questionnaires and more.

NEW! NCIN Alumni Survey!



Calling all NCIN Scholar ALUMNI! 

As we enter our sixth year, NCIN would like to hear about your program reflections and post-degree experiences.

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