Linda M. Goodfellow, 59, of Squirrel Hill, affiliate professor at Duquesne College School of Nursing, received the 2013 Electronic Theses and Dissertations Leadership Award.
Significant: The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) selected her since its 2013 Electronic Theses and Dissertations Leadership Award champion.
Residence: Squirrel Hill
Family: Husband, Jerry Kruth
Occupation: Affiliate professor within the Duquesne College School of Nursing. Lately hired chair of Duquesne’s Institutional Review Board.
Background: NDLTD helps universities develop and share digital libraries of graduate and doctorate theses and dissertations. Goodfellow helped establish one at Duquesne, which now requires all students to submit such works digitally.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in nursing, master’s degree in nursing education and Ph.D. inside the College of Pittsburgh
Quote: “What fascinated use is the concept the NDLTD is provided for free to get involved with. Even individuals developing countries could access this type of become extended because there’s a internet connection.”
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