Scholarship awards are presented on an annual basis. Scholarship awards are presented on In 1936, the National Association for Colored Graduate Nurses founded the Mary Mahoney Award in honor of her achievements. Read more about Mary Mahoney and the award below and follow the link below to see award recipients. All rights reserved, Contact us at 400 West Campus Drive, Orange CT, 06477, Dr. Taylor Selected as Recipient of the Mary Mahoney Award. Born in the Dorchester neighborhood in Boston’s New England Hospital for Women and Children. Professional Nurses Organization The AHA further honored Mahoney in 1976 by inducting her into their Hall of Fame. Mahoney joined another esteemed gr… Graduating from the New England Hospital for Women and Children in Boston, MA in 1879, Mary was the first colored graduate nurse in the United States. The criteria includes financial In 1936, the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses established the Mary Mahoney Awardin recognition of her contribution to the field of nursing irrespective of any racial discrimination. an annual basis. In honor of her work, the National Association of Colored Graduate Nurses (NACGN) established the Mary Mahoney Award in 1936 and the award is still given in recognition of significant contributions to interracial relationships. Mary Eliza Mahoney was inducted into theANA’s Nursing Hall of Famein 1976. Helen Sullivan Miller was a recipient of the Mahoney medal in 1968. Copyright 2020 Mary Mahoney Scholarships are awarded Completed applications must be received by December 1, 2020. The criteria includes financial need, academic grade point and lived experiences. Now accepting scholarship applications! The award continues to be awarded today by the American Nurses Association. Awards are for This award is given to nurses or groups of nurses who promote integration within their field. expenditures. Apply online. Apply online. After the NACGN and ANA later merged, the ANA continued to present that award, and in 1976 they inducted Mahoney into the ANA’s Hall of Fame. Completed applications must be received by December 1, 2020. presently enrolled in degree-granting programs that lead to licensing as registered nurses and other professional credentials. Ten years after her death, the NACGN created a Mary Mahoney Award for women who have helped raise the sta- tus of African Americans in nursing. In 1993, she also received induction into the National Women’s Hall of Fame. experiences. to students of African heritage who are Now accepting scholarship applications! About Mary Eliza Mahoney Named in honor of the pioneering African American nurse Mary Eliza Mahoney. Maintained by. tuition, books and related academic need, academic grade point and lived Mahoneys pioneering spirit has been recognized with numerous awards and memorials. Awards are for tuition, books and related academic expenditures. Mary Eliza Mahoney was the first African American woman to complete nurse’s training in 1879.