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MSN 1987 -Distinguished Alumna and Faculty
Recognized for his coordination and direction of the core theory/research courses, and for integrating evidence-based nursing practice into these courses. He provides leadership for students in these courses who are making evidence-based protocol changes in their clinical areas. He has been noted as a faculty member who mentors new faculty and students alike. He has published many articles and book chapters as well as being the recipient of various awards including the Excellence in Teaching Award for Educational Innovation. In addition to his teaching duties, he volunteers at the Hill Detention Center to assist inmates with developing their reading skills.