I received my Ph.D. in May 2020 at Kent State University College of Public Health in Prevention Science. My dissertation was titled: Using the Lupus Ohio Mobile Device Application as a Strategy to Increase Knowledge and Improve Self-Management in Lupus Patients: A Mixed Methods Study.
I received my Post-Masters Certification as Nurse Educator through Kent State University in 2010. Prior to this, I completed my Masters of Science in Nursing through University of Phoenix in 2005. I received my BSN in 1996 from Kent State University in 1996.
I started teaching at Kent State University in 2007. I have taught various nursing courses at various levels. Currently, I am the RN-to-BSN Program Director and teach in this program as well as in the Undergraduate BSN program. I serve on the Board of Directors for the Lupus Foundation of America, Greater Ohio Chapter.
NURS 30035 - Nursing of the Adult Across the Lifespan
NURS 41000 - Concepts and Issues for Professional Nursing Practice
Ph.D. in Prevention Science, Kent State University, 2020, Post Master's Certificate, Nurse Educator, 2010, MSN, University of Phoenix, 2005, BSN, Kent State University, 1996
Sigma Theta Tau International, American Nurses Association, Ohio Nurses Association, Lupus Foundation of America/Greater Ohio Chapter
2014, Daisy Faculty Award Recipient, Kent State University
2011, SPN Teacher of the Year for AY 2010-2011, Kent State University