Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Victoria Niederhauser, Dean of University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Nursing

Dr. Niederhauser is currently Dean and Professor at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Nursing. Prior to her current position, Dr. Niederhauser has held various leadership roles at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, School of Nursing & Dental Hygiene. She has also held academic appointments at George Mason University and George Washington University. … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Victoria Niederhauser, Dean of University of Tennessee, Knoxville College of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Carolyn Yucha, Dean of UNLV's School of Nursing

Dr. Carolyn Yucha serves as Dean of the UNLV nursing program. Under her guidance, the School of Nursing offers educational programs for the basic BSN degree, MSN degrees with Nurse Practitioner and Education tracks, a Ph.D. in Nursing, and a Doctor of Nursing practice degree. Her research focuses on physiological stress reactions. She has expertise … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Carolyn Yucha, Dean of UNLV's School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education – Dr. Linda Sarna, Acting Dean at UCLA School of Nursing

Dr. Linda Sarna currently serves as the interim dean of UCLA’s School of Nursing. She is widely recognized for her work involving tobacco. She has authored over 200 peer-reviewed articles, books, chapters, and other publications throughout her career. She has received her Bacherlor’s and Master’s in Nursing from UCLA and her doctorate from UC San … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education – Dr. Linda Sarna, Acting Dean at UCLA School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education – Dr. Anita Hufft, Dean of Nursing at Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing

Dr. Anita Hufft serves as dean of Texas Woman’s University’s College of Nursing, where she had recieved her Ph.D in nursing. She has previously served as dean of the College of Nursing and Health Sciences for Valdosta State University. Dr. Hufft recieved her bachelors in nursing from University of Maryland and her master’s in nursing … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education – Dr. Anita Hufft, Dean of Nursing at Texas Woman’s University College of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education – Dr. Teri Murray, Dean of St. Louis University School of Nursing

Dr. Teri Murray serves as the Dean of the School of Nursing at St. Louis University’s School of Nursing. She has taught at both the undergraduate and graduate levels of nursing education. Her area of expertise is in Community Health and also has experience in public and home health. Her research and policy interests are … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education – Dr. Teri Murray, Dean of St. Louis University School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. William L. Holzemer, Dean at Rutgers University's School of Nursing

Dr. William L. Holzemer is Dean and Professor at the School of Nursing, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. He is a recognized expert in academic nursing and HIV/AIDS care providing global leadership to the World Health Organization, the International Council of Nurses, and many Universities around the world. Dr. Holzemer has served as consultant and … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. William L. Holzemer, Dean at Rutgers University's School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Marion Broome, Dean & Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affairs at Duke University School of Nursing

Dr. Marione Broome is the Dean and Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affiard at Duke University and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs for Nursing at Duke University Health Systems. She has also served as dean of Indiana University School of Nursing in the Past. She is widely regarded for her work done as a pediatric … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Marion Broome, Dean & Vice Chancellor for Nursing Affairs at Duke University School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Susan Doyle-Lindrud, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at Columbia University School of Nursing

Dr. Susan Doyle-Lindrud serves as the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at Columbia University’s School of Nursing. She is also the Director of the Doctor of Nursing practice Program at the University. Her research interests involve genitourinary oncology, with a focus on prostate, bladder, and renal cancer. How did you get involved in a career … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Susan Doyle-Lindrud, Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs at Columbia University School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Margaret Grey, Dean of Yale University School of Nursing

Dr. Margaret Grey serves as dean of Yale University’s School of Nursing, where she has been been since 1993. She also directs the Translational Research core for the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation. She was also founding director of the Center for Self and Family Management at Yale University. She is a Pediatric Nursing, with a specific focus … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Margaret Grey, Dean of Yale University School of Nursing”

Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Linda Cronenwett, Co-Program Director, RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program

Dr. Linda Cronenwett is the Co-Director of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Executive Nurse Fellows program. She is also Dean Emerita and Professor of the School of Nursing at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She has also previously served as an administrator in the Department of Nursing at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center where she … Continue reading “Leaders in Nursing Education: Dr. Linda Cronenwett, Co-Program Director, RWJF Executive Nurse Fellows Program”