Jeremy M. Jarzembak, MA, RN

Jeremy has worked as an RN in the intensive care unit for over 13 years. He currently is a lecturer for the College of Nursing (CON), at Kent State University, where he holds the rank of an Associate Lecture Non-Tenure Track. He has held this appointment for the past 8 years. His area of instruction include teaching critical care nursing and nursing informatics. In addition he co-coordinates the nursing simulation laboratory for the CON. His role as a coordinator in the simulation laboratory has been to develop, design, and program, nursing simulation activities for both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs, utilizing state-of-the-art computerized manikins, virtual simulation products, and standardized patient actors.


  • NURS 40010 Nursing of the Critically Ill
  • NURS 30050 Basic Nursing Informatics
BSN, Cleveland State University, 2003MA, Exercise Physiology, Kent State University, 2002BS, Exercise Science, Kent State University, 1998
Shelestak, D., Meyers, T., Jarzembak, J., & Bradley, E. (2015). Using the clinical decision making framework to assess clinical judgment during human patient simulation: A pilot study. Nursing Education Perspective, 36 (3), 185-187.
Two time recipient of the Barbara Donaho Distinguished Leadership in Learning Award