Educational Administration, Pediatric Nursing
Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Brief Statement of Scholarly Interest
Nursing workforce — supply, demand, educational programs
Titles of Courses Recently Taught
Collaboration and Innovation in Nursing Education, Chengdu, PR China
Issues and Innovations in Nursing, California Institute for Nursing and Health Care, San Francisco, CA
Building Nursing Leaders Through Scholarship, STTI Biennial Convention, Toronto, Canada
(2010) Vision, grit, and determination: How the Wisconsin Center for Nursing achieved sustainable funding and established Itself as a state health care workforce leader, Policy, Politics and Nursing Practice, 11 (2), 129-143.
(2002) Strategies for building faculty scholarship, Journal of Professional Nursing, 18 (3). 140 - 146
Grants or Awards
Honorary member of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing
Wisconsin Health Workforce Data Collaborative Project, Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program, Medical College of Wisconsin, ($300,000) (2009 – 2011) Role: Evaluator.
Treasurer, Wisconsin Nurses Association
Delegate to ANA convention
Board member, Wisconsin Center for Nursing