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Evaluation of school tobacco-free policies in a rural northern plains state.

Integrating QSEN and Technology to Address Rural Healthcare: Initial Outcomes.

In 2003, she published the collected columns in Patches in a History Quilt: Episcopal Women in the Diocese of South Dakota, 1868-2000.

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Outcome evaluation of “Sharing the Gift of Life”: An organ and tissue donation educational program for American Indians.

Intervention research with American Indian, Alaska Native and First Nations people: An organ and tissue donation exemplar.

Upon retirement in 1989, she was named Professor Emeritus and continued to research South Dakota women writers and women in the Episcopal Church.

From 1994 to 2002 she wrote a column about women in the Episcopal Church called All Sorts and Conditions of Women" for South Dakota Church News.

Alvero (Eds.), Understanding organ donation: Applied behavioral science perspectives (pp.

1999-2002, Predoctoral Fellow, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Nursing Research, National Research Service Award Recipient 2001, Sigma Theta Tau Faculty Research Award , Phi Chapter, South Dakota State University 2000-2003, Public Health Nursing Expert Panelist on a DHHS, HRSA grant awarded to the Minnesota Department of Health to develop evidence-based public health interventions.She chaired the committee that created the Women's Studies major. Alexander received numerous grants and fellowships, including a Bunting Fellowship at Harvard in 1987.She received SDSU's Outstanding Educator Award" in 1971, 1972, and 1974.Also included is material related to various other activities in which Alexander was involved, such as her the Episcopal church, research dealing with women, women's rights, pioneer women, feminism and sexism, and files related to her term serving on the South Dakota Commission on the Status of Women. Alexander graduated from East Lansing High School and Michigan State University with a BA in English in 1945.She completed her masters in American studies at the University of Minnesota and her Ph D in American intellectual history at Michigan State.She also served on the Board of Directors for the South Dakota Historical Association from 1988-2000; the Episcopal Church History Association from 1992-1997 and for the Episcopal Women's Church History Project from 1991-1997.