Faculty   

 

Active learning classroom in Cooper Hall (photo by Todd Brown/Media Solutions)Advancing the science of nursing through research and scholarship is a strategic priority of the School of Nursing. To this end, nursing faculty members are expert scholars, clinicians, and teachers. Many have postdoctoral experience in nursing and related disciplines. Many have competed successfully for prestigious federal and private research and training awards and are well known for their expertise in the university, local, national, and international communities.

Faculty members who teach in the clinical component are prepared in cutting-edge technology for education and practice; many are board-certified practitioners who maintain an active clinical practice in addition to their teaching roles.

 

News about Our Faculty:

Communication Breakdowns Complicate Care

Exercising Hard, Aging Well

Hands Across the Water

iPads and Bookbags

It Takes a Team to Treat a Child

Movement Equals Independence

New Faces in Research

New Research Faculty Make Strong Nursing Program Even Stronger

Patient-Environment Interaction at Core of Researcher's New 'vizHome' Project

Riesch Leaves Legacy in Nursing Research

School of Nursing Researcher Awarded $2 Million NIH Grant

Science Confirms It: Dogs Are a Man's—and Woman's—Best Friend!

 

 

 

Heeding the Call for Psych Mental Health