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Ph.D., University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
CORE 1929: Methods of Inquiry
NURS 2001: Foundations of Nursing I
NURS 2002: Foundations of Nursing II
NURS 2015/6015: Pharmacology
HEAL 6101: Foundations of Learner Centered Teaching
HEAL 6102: Curriculum Design and Implementation
HEAL 6103: Assessment and Evaluation of Individuals and Programs
HEAL 6104: Facilitating Learning in Clinical Environments
HEAL 6105: Facilitating Learning in Classroom and Online Environments
Dr. Young-Brice’s program of pedagogical research explores the relationship between the influence of non-cognitive factors, such as grit, self-regulation, the successful trajectory of students, and ways to foster these factors though theoretically derived and evidence-based pedagogical innovations. Her research is grounded in expertise as an educator and underpinned by theories from nursing, education and social sciences as well as her passion for inclusive teaching and increasing the diversity of the nursing profession. Nursing is constantly evolving due to advances in health science, changing patient demographics and economic pressures. Well-prepared nurses who represent the patients they serve are needed to address and improve patient care outcomes and advance the profession. Dr. Young-Brice's program of research seeks to develop and test innovations that expand and improve nursing education and create diverse clinicians and leaders within the discipline. This work is critically needed and is providing a significant contribution to the field.
National League for Nursing
Professional and Organizational Development in Higher Education (PODs)
Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Society: Delta Gamma
Wisconsin League for Nursing
Faculty and Education Development
Link to Marquette University E-Publications - Young-Brice
Young-Brice,A., Dreifuerst, K.T. (2020) Exploring grit amongst Black prelicensure nursing students. Nursing Education Perspectives. 41(1).
Young-Brice, A., Dreifuerst, K. T. (2019) Exploration of mindfulness among ethnic minority nursing students. Nurse Educator. 44(6). 316-320.
Young-Brice, A., Dreifuerst, K.T., Buseh, A. (2018) Being invisible: stereotype threat in undergraduate nursing programs. Journal of Nursing Education. 57(3). 159-162.
2018 Marquette University, College of Nursing: Faculty Teaching Excellence Award
2017 Way-Klingler Teaching Enhancement Award, Marquette University. $20,000
2016 Outstanding Graduate Student Award, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. $150.00
2018-20 National League for Nursing Education Grants, Grit as a predictor of academic success among associate degree nursing students, PI Amber Young-Brice, Ruth Donnelly Corcoran Research Award