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UWM Undergraduate Catalog 2013-2014


College of Nursing


NURSING

Student Affairs Office
Cunningham Hall, Room 129
(414) 229-5047
(Milwaukee);
(262) 595-2480 (Parkside)
http://www.uwm.edu/Dept/Nursing/

DEGREE PROGRAMS

Bachelor of Science Nursing

Master 's Nursing

Doctor of Philosophy Nursing

Doctor of Nursing Practice Nursing

The College of Nursing offers a Bachelor of Science degree (BS) in nursing and a Master's of Nursing (MN) degree. These nursing programs are fully accredited through the State of Wisconsin Board of Nursing and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The College also offers a Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD) in nursing and a Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree (DNP) in nursing.

The undergraduate program, which is offered on the Milwaukee campus and through a Consortial Program at the UW-Parkside and UW-Washington County campuses, prepares students for beginning positions of responsibility and leadership in providing professional care for clients and their families in a variety of health care settings.

Students gain experience through a range of diverse programs in classroom and clinical settings.

The Nursing Learning Resource Center, which serves students, faculty and the community, is an integral component of the undergraduate curriculum. This college laboratory is a mediated and simulated learning environment in which students perform skills foundational to safe nursing practice in settings with clients. In addition, the NLRC houses a modern, well-equipped computer laboratory. It is also a resource in the development and evaluation of media.

The Dr. Harriet H. Werley Center for Nursing Research and Evaluation staff work to develop the research potential of nursing faculty, students, and the nursing community they serve. Personnel offer consultation in research design, methodology, data analysis, computer programming, grant proposal writing, and writing for publication. Center staff assist faculty who have nursing research facilitator appointments in local clinical agencies, and they contract to provide research-related services to agencies that do not have direct faculty support.

The Nursing Centers at House of Peace, Riverwest Pierce Community Nursing Center, and Silver Spring Neighborhood Center have three purposes: 1) provide opportunities for nursing students to conduct health screening, health assessment and information gathering, and support activities; 2) demonstrate nursing as an accountable health care profession; and 3) provide low-cost health promotion care to the Milwaukee community and southeastern Wisconsin. Service programs simultaneously promote faculty practice and research activities as well as student learning experiences. Student participation in the Centers’ programs is guided by faculty.

The Continuing Education/Outreach Program is committed to providing high quality, accessible educational programming to a wide range of practitioners of nursing, allied health professionals, and consumers of health care in southeastern Wisconsin. These programs consist of short-term noncredit workshops and conferences in the Milwaukee community, with the option of contracting for courses outside the Milwaukee community. Programs have been held on topics in basic physical assessment, gerontology, occupational health, community health, mental health, pharmacology, clinical update for advanced practice nurses, and maternal child health.

The Center for Cultural Diversity and Global Health houses a collection of comprehensive health behavior information for culturally diverse groups in the Milwaukee community. The major goal of the center is to promote the delivery of quality health and nursing care for culturally diverse individuals, families, groups, and communities. To meet this goal, the center provides students, faculty, and health professionals stimulating learning opportunities in health care for culturally diverse groups through continuing education seminars, clinical practice models, and research in meeting the health needs of culturally diverse groups.

The College of Nursing’s Center for Nursing History includes the Inez G. Hinsvark Historical Gallery, a unique learning resource located on the ground floor of Frances Cunningham Hall. The significant role of nurses in history is brought to life by artifacts, mementos, and photographs as well as borrowed collections.

Requirements for Employment, Licensing, or Professional Organizations. Students should be aware that some professions, occupations, and employers are subject to licensing and/or bonding requirements. When a course of study includes clinical or field training, practice teaching, internships, or the like, students may be subjected to a check of criminal conviction records, prior to acceptance of a student by the placement site. Students are responsible for obtaining the information necessary for them to become knowledgeable about these requirements and plan their studies accordingly. Please contact the appropriate department or program office for further information.

Non-Nurse College Graduates

After prerequisites are met, non-nurse college graduates may be admitted into the professional nursing major or the Direct Entry master's program. Individuals’ records, including consideration of related work experiences, are assessed to assign transfer credit for previous college-level course work and to offer opportunities for credit-by-examination.

Admission: Pre-Professional (Freshmen)

Students intending to pursue study in professional nursing are advised to complete the following units (one unit equals one year) in high school:

1/2 unit of speech (if available)

2 - 4 units of a foreign language

3 units of college preparatory mathematics at or above algebra level (required by UWM)

1/2 unit of computer science

1 unit of biology

1 unit of chemistry

1 unit of history

3 units of social studies

4 units of English (required by UWM)

In addition to completing high school courses, applicants seeking admission to the pre-nursing program must either have an ACT of at least 19 (SAT equivalent).

Admission: Pre-Professional (Transfer Students)

Students intending to transfer into the pre-nursing curriculum must meet the following criteria:

1. Completion of a minimum of 15 credits.

2. Cumulative GPA of 2.5 on all completed coursework.

3. Completion of at least one of the required pre-nursing science courses with a grade of B or better.

(The required pre-nursing science courses include: Bio Sci 101, Bio Sci 202, Bio Sci 203, Chem 101, Chem 103, and CLS 332.)

The policies and procedures of the College apply to all students even though the student may be enrolled in courses in another college or school within the University.

The general regulations governing UWM presented in this catalog apply to all pre-nursing students. The pre-nursing classification does not automatically guarantee acceptance into the nursing major.

Admission: Nursing Major

Students who seek to enter the major and meet eligibility criteria (see below) are required to file an application with the Student Affairs Office, College of Nursing. (This form is in addition to the application form required for admission to the University.) The College of Nursing’s Undergraduate Program Committee reviews the applications and makes recommendations for admission. Admission to the nursing major is highly competitive. The minimum GPA required for admission to the nursing major can be significantly higher than the minimum GPA of 2.75 needed for application to the nursing major.

Application Deadlines

Students who seek to enter the nursing major in September must submit applications by the preceding January 15; for January entrance the deadline is the preceding August 15. Applications received after these dates will be reviewed on a space-available basis.

Eligibility Criteria

Students are required to meet the following criteria to be reviewed for selection into the nursing major:

1. Satisfactorily complete or be enrolled in the following courses:

Chem 101*

Chemical Science

4

and

   

Chem 103*

Survey of Biochemistry

4

Sociology

 

3

English 102*

Writing and Critical Thinking

3

Psych 101

Introduction to Psychology

3

Social Science Elective

 

3

Bio Sci 202

Anatomy and Physiology I

4

and

   

Bio Sci 203

Anatomy and Physiology II

4

C L Sci 332

Clinical Nutrition

2

Bio Sci 101

General Survey of Microbiology

4

Nurs 203

Growth and Development Across the Lifespan

4

Nurs 102

Perspectives on Health Care Systems

2

Nurs 101

Cultural Diversity in Health Care

3

Nurs 300

Introduction to Research

2

Total

 

48

2. Courses may be repeated only once. No more than three (3) required courses may be repeated. All credit for required courses must have been earned in the 10 years preceding progression into the nursing major. Grades of less than 2.0 (C) must be replaced by grades greater than 2.0 (C) no later than August 31 for fall applicants and December 30 for spring applicants.

3. Achieve a minimum grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.0 scale and 2.5 in the required science courses. This GPA is computed on the courses listed above.

4. Achieve a minimum grade of 2.0 (C) in each required nursing and non-nursing course as listed under 1.

5. Remove all Incompletes and replace with acceptable grades before beginning the nursing major.

6. In addition to the satisfactory completion of courses listed in No. 1, applicants must demonstrate competency in math and English. Competencies must be fulfilled through testing or coursework by the date of entry into the clinical major. Information about competency testing is available through your advisor.

7. A statement written by the applicant to include: reason for choosing nursing and UWM; statement of long-term plans and goals; and description of work/life experience and how these are viewed in relation to nursing.

8. A letter of recommendation is required if an applicant has been enrolled in clinical nursing courses at another College of Nursing. This reference must be from the director of that College of Nursing. The letter should reflect a positive recommendation for the student’s progression into the nursing major.

9. An interview with the student making application may be requested at the discretion of the Undergraduate Program Committee.

10. Following a review of the student’s record and the progression of the student into the nursing major, the Undergraduate Program Committee may make recommendations intended to assist the student. These recommendations will be communicated to the student.

*Enrollment in freshman level courses is based on placement test scores. Depending on the outcome of the placement tests, one or more of the following preparatory courses may be required before enrollment in higher-level courses is permitted: Chem 100; Math 090 and 095, Math 105; English 090, 095 and 101. Credits earned in preparatory courses numbered at the 090 or 095 level do not apply to the 124 credits required for graduation.

After an offer of admission to the nursing major is made, admission is contingent on demonstration of satisfactory health as evidenced by physical examination and fulfillment of the health and immunization requirements by the appropriate deadline. The College of Nursing reserves the right to require a student to seek advice of health care professionals where it is believed that a condition of health would impede his or her progress or jeopardize the health of others. The College of Nursing does not discriminate based on a disability and provides reasonable accommodation to qualified students on an individual basis.

Other requirements:

1. Prior to enrolling in Nurs 331, students will be expected to have some knowledge of a computer word processing application. It is not recommended that students wait until they are in the course to learn this application due to time constraints. It also will be helpful if students become familiar with computer-assisted library research and applications of databases.

2. Prior to enrolling in the first clinical practice course, Nurs 331, students must complete a level 3 CPR certification program. Students will be required to provide their clinical instructors with a copy of their CPR card at the first meeting of their clinical lab group.

3. Upon admission to the nursing major, successful completion of a criminal background check is required. Should a background check reveal that a student has a history of a criminal charge and/or conviction, they will be asked to make an appointment with the Academic Affairs Coordinator to discuss the implications of this finding on their educational plan. For all criminal background findings, the decision to accept a student for clinical placement will be made by the clinical agency, not the College of Nursing.  More information on the Wisconsin Caregiver Background Check Law is available at http://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/caregiver/index.htm. Consult with the College of Nursing Office of Academic Affairs at 414 229-2310 with questions specific to this area.

Student Responsibilities in the Major

Students are expected to provide their own transportation, uniforms, books, supplies, equipment, and other learning resources such as clients for practice experience as deemed necessary to meet course objectives.

Health. Good physical and mental health is essential for study and practice in professional nursing. The faculty of the College of Nursing reserves the responsibility for retaining only those students who demonstrate qualities of physical and mental health generally considered to be imperative for professional nursing practice.

Health and accident insurance is not provided for students by the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, or by any clinical agency where students may be assigned for clinical experience. Nursing students are expected to provide for their own personal health and accident insurance coverage.

A physical examination and specified immunizations are required of all students prior to enrollment in nursing practice courses. Expenses of this examination are the student’s responsibility. Evidence of a physical examination - to be completed by a nurse practitioner, University physician, or a physician of the student’s choice - must be submitted to the UWM College of Nursing Student Affairs office on a date specified by the College of Nursing. The examination must be completed within one year before the date on which the student begins clinical nursing course work. Students who do not meet these requirements may not continue in a clinical nursing practicum course.

Students are required to pass a 10-panel urine drug screen prior to participating in a clinical nursing practicum course.  The purposes of the drug screen are to comply with expectations of area health care agencies, to provide optimal health care, and to support professional nursing’s zero tolerance position related to the unlawful use of substances. Students must abide by the drug screen policies of each health care agency to which they are assigned for clinical practicums.

Illness or Prolonged Absence. Students are expected to be present at all scheduled classes and clinical laboratory experiences. Since space in nursing courses is assigned during the first week of the semester, students are expected to be present for all instructional periods during that week as well. Frequent or prolonged absences from scheduled classes and/or clinical experiences may necessitate that the student drop a nursing course. Any planned interruption in course work should be discussed with the student’s advisor at the earliest possible date.

Safe Professional Practice in Clinical Settings. Students are expected to demonstrate patterns of professional behaviors which follow the legal and ethical codes of nursing; promote the actual or potential well-being of clients, health care workers, and self in the biological, psychological, sociological, and cultural realms; demonstrate accountability in preparation, documentation, communication, and continuity of care; and show respect for the human rights of individuals. A student whose pattern of behavior is found to be unsafe may be terminated from a clinical practicum for reason of unsafe practice at any time during the semester. If the behavior is identified before the drop date, the student will be directed to drop. If the drop date has passed, the student will receive a grade of ‘F’ for the course. In order to continue in the nursing program, a student who is terminated from a clinical practicum must appeal to the Undergraduate Program Committee for readmission to the nursing program.

Travel. Students in nursing are responsible for arranging transportation to and from all agencies or clients’ homes used to provide clinical experience for the program. They are also responsible for any related liability. Students are expected to carry insurance on their vehicles.

Uniforms. Information about the uniform, a one-time investment, is sent to each student with the official letter of acceptance into the major. Students purchase their uniforms after acceptance.

Academic Regulations

For information on actions on unsatisfactory grades and honors for scholarship, see Academic Information.

Required Grade Point Average. Every nursing student is required to maintain a minimum of a C average (cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale) on all work attempted in each semester or summer session. Failure to meet this minimum GPA will automatically result in a status of academic probation.

In addition to maintaining a cumulative GPA of 2.0, a student must earn at least a C (2.0) in each required nursing course. (In a practicum nursing course, a student must earn at least a C in both the clinical and theoretical components in order to receive a C as the final course grade.) Any student who earns a grade below C (2.0) in a required nursing course is automatically dropped from the nursing major. Such a student must appeal to the Undergraduate Program Committee for readmission and permission to repeat the course in which a minimum grade of C was not earned.

In a nursing course with limited enrollment or a waiting list, qualified students who have not taken the course previously will have enrollment priority. Progression to the next level of courses is not permitted until all courses of the previous level have been successfully completed.

Dropping Courses. Students should refer to a current class schedule for information concerning existing University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee drop policy guidelines and any exceptions for individual courses.

Following admission to the nursing major, a student who wishes to drop from a required or elective clinical nursing course or to withdraw must discuss the matter with the instructor, course coordinator or department chair, and the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. In addition, the student may wish to discuss the matter with an academic advisor in the Student Affairs Office. Written approval to drop must be secured from the instructor and the associate dean irrespective of the week of the semester. Any such interruption in the sequence of courses following acceptance into the major requires readmission to the clinical major. Information about applying for readmission is available in the College of Nursing’s Student Affairs Office.

Grievance Procedure. The College of Nursing has a formal written grievance procedure, available in the College of Nursing’s Student Affairs Office. A grievance is defined as any situation affecting the status of a student in which the student believes his/her rights have been compromised or denied because of an erroneous or arbitrary interpretation or application of rules. Student grievances are reviewed by the College of Nursing’s Undergraduate Program Committee, which recommends the disposition of the grievance to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. In addition, this Committee reviews and acts upon all cases of academic misconduct as described in Chapter UWS 17, UWM Student Disciplinary Procedures.

Degree Requirements

Students must earn a minimum of 124 semester credits to complete requirements for the undergraduate degree. A cumulative GPA of 2.0 for all credits earned at UWM is required for graduation. Thirty semester credits must be completed on the Milwaukee campus; at least 20 of these credits must be earned in nursing. The required courses are listed below.

 

Credits (GER*)

Credits (All others)

ENGLISH

   
English 112/102

3

3

HUMANITIES

   

Consult class schedule

6

3

THE ARTS

Consult class schedule

3

0

HISTORY

Any course offered by History Department

3

3

SOCIAL SCIENCES (9 CR.)

Sociology—any introductory course

3

3

Psych 101

3

3

GER - Social Science Elective

3

3

PHYSICAL SCIENCES (11 CR.)

Chem 101

4

4

Chem 103

4

4

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES (14 CR.)

Bio Sci 101

4

4

Bio Sci 202, 203

8

8

CLSci 332

2

2

Electives

4

10

FOREIGN LANGUAGE - Successful completion of two years of the same foreign language
in high school or two semesters of the same language at the college level will meet this requirement.

NURSING

Pre-Nursing (11 cr.)

101 Cultural Diversity in Health Care

3

3

102 Perspectives on Health Care Systems

2

2

203 Growth and Development Across the Life Span

4

4

300 Introduction to Nursing Research

2

2

Nursing Theory and Science (36 cr.)

315 Nursing Science I: Concepts of Promoting and Maintaining Health

2

2

326 Nursing Science II: Concepts of Aging and Long-Term Care

3

3

327 Nursing Science III: Concepts of Health Care for Women and Children

4

4

328 Nursing Science IV: Concepts of Health Care of the Adult

4

4

415 Nursing Science V: Concepts of Community Health Care of Aggregates

3

3

205 Clinical Pharmacology

3

3

320 Concepts of Illness I

3

3

321 Concepts of Illness II

3

3

211 Health Assessment

3

3

403 Practice, Research, and Leadership Role Development I

3

3

404 Practice, Research, and Leadership Role Development II

3

3

440 Nursing Specialty course

2

2

Elective

   

Clinical Courses

331 Foundations of Clinical Practice I

5

5

334 Foundations of Clinical Practice II

3

3

442 Nursing Practice I

8

8

443 Nursing Practice II

8

8

*All students are responsible for checking whether they must meet the UWM General Education Requirements.

Professional Credentials

Wisconsin state law requires nurses to be licensed to practice nursing within the state. Licensure is obtained by endorsement or by passing an examination. Students graduating from the College of Nursing are eligible to write the examination if they: 1) are at least 18 years of age, 2) are graduates of a high school or its equivalent, 3) are able to speak, read, and write English, and 4) pay the fee for licensure. Applicants for registration/licensure in the State of Wisconsin will be asked to state if they have ever been convicted of a criminal offense, excluding minor traffic violations. When individuals have such a conviction, an explanation is requested. An investigation may follow depending upon the circumstances and all the facts related to the situation. Some organizations may require background reviews prior to acceptance of a student by the placement site.

Registered Nurses

University of Wisconsin System Collaborative Nursing Program-BSN@Home

Flexible, affordable options have been arranged for Registered Nurses. These include credit-by-examination, transfer credits for previous college-level course work, and fees for only those courses actually enrolled in. Registered Nurses who wish to earn a baccalaureate degree can progress through the BSN@Home program on a full- or part-time basis, at a rate compatible with their other personal and professional commitments.

Nurses who graduated from Wisconsin Technical Colleges after Dec. 31, 1989 can transfer credits from these programs through formal VTAE articulation agreements.

Admission. Registered Nurses follow admission procedures for transfer students, with deadlines well in advance of the beginning of each semester. Therefore, individuals interested in entering the BSN@Home program should consult with an advisor in the Student Affairs Office (229-5482) and begin the application process as early as possible. Registered Nurse students are admitted directly into the nursing major.

The BSN@Home program is taught through distance education and classroom courses. Six advanced nursing courses are required in addition to other university requirements. Advisors complete individual plans for each R.N.

Degree Requirements. Registered Nurse students must earn a minimum of 124 semester credits to complete requirements for the undergraduate degree. A cumulative GPA of 2.0 for all credits earned at UWM is required for graduation. Thirty semester credits must be completed on the UWM campus; at least 20 of these credits must be earned in nursing.

NON-NURSING CREDITS

English Composition (second semester level)

3

 

Humanities

3-6

 

The Arts

0-3

 

History

3

 

Social Science

   

Growth and Development

3

 

Sociology

3

 

Psych 101

3

 

Physical/Biological Sciences

   

Inorganic/Organic Chem

4

 

Biochemistry

4

 

Anatomy/Physiology

8

 

Microbiology

3

 

Nutrition

2

 

Subtotal

21

 

Electives

19-25

 

Subtotal

64

 

Competencies

Math

English

Demonstration of mathematics and English proficiency by Registered Nurse students is a requirement for enrollment in Capstone Practicum for Registered Nurses (445). Refer to the UWM Timetable for definition of competencies.

Cultural Diversity

Foreign language (may or may not apply)

NURSING CREDITS

Registered Nurse students are permitted to enroll in courses out of the usual sequence in the undergraduate curriculum with the exception of Capstone Practicum for Registered Nurses (445). This is the final course and all other required courses are pre-requisite to this course.

30 Nursing credits are awarded for previous nursing experience when the first nursing core course is completed with a minimum grade of C or higher.

Advanced Nursing Courses

UWS Nsg 341

Theoretical Foundations of Nursing (CNP)*

4

UWS Nsg 317

Health Assessment (CNP)*

4

UWS Nsg 437

Nursing Management and Leadership (CNP)*

4

UWS Nsg 434

Nursing Research (CNP)*

3

UWS Nsg 444

Community Health Nursing (CNP)*

3

Nurs 445

Capstone Practicum

4

Nursing Electives

 

7-10

Subtotal

 

33

*Distance Education Courses taught as part of the UW System

COLLABORATIVE NURSING PROGRAM BSN@HOME

Equivalent courses are available on campus.

Credit Totals

Non-Nursing

64 cr.

Nursing

30 cr.

Previous Nursing Credit

30 cr.

Total

124 cr.


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Faculty and Staff

Administration

Sally Lundeen
Dean

Barbara Daley
Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Rachel Schiffman
Associate Dean for Research, Center for Nursing Research and Evaluation

Bev Zabler
Assistant Dean for Practice and Partnerships

Joey Zafra
Assistant Dean, Business Affairs

JoAnn Appleyard
Director, Undergraduate Program

Karen Morin
Director, Graduate Program

Jean Bell-Calvin
Director, Clinical Services, Silver Spring Nursing Center

Beth Peterman
Director, Clinical Services, House of Peace Nursing Center and Franklin Pierce School

Mandy Sheriff
Director, Nursing Learning Resource Center

Rochelle Nelson
Coordinator, UWM/UW-Parkside Consortial Nursing Program

Lauren K. Glass
Coordinator, Center for Nursing History

Anne Dressel
Director, Center for Cultural Diversity and Global Health and Institute for Urban Health Partnerships

Student Affairs Office

Robin Jens
Director, Student Services

Sylvia Forbes
RN and Graduate Advisor

Jennifer Daood
UW-Parkside Advisor

Deatra Holloway, Advisor
Undergraduate Advisor

Donna Wier
Undergraduate Senior Advisor

Carrie Von Bohlen
Coordinator, Academic Enrichment Center

Faculty

Mary Jo Baisch, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Aaron Buseh, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Jeeyae Choi, Asst. Prof., DNSc.
Columbia University-New York

Jacqueline Clinton, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.

Amy Coenen, Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Kathleen V. Cowles, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

Barbara Daley, Prof., Ph.D.
Cornell University

Susan L. Dean-Baar, Prof. Emerita., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
Loyola University

Elizabeth C. Devine, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D., F.A.A.N.

Jennifer (Runquist) Doering, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Arizona

Suzanne M. Falco, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
New York University

Susan A. Fontana, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Illinois-Chicago

Lauren K. Glass, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.

J. June Grommes, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, M.P.H.

Jeanne B. Hewitt, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Illinois-Chicago

Eugenie Hildebrandt, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

Teresa Johnson, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Illinois-Chicago

Laura Joosse, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Peninnatl Kako, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Christine Kovach, Prof., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
University of Rochester

Alice M. Kuramoto, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.

Norma Lang, Prof., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
Marquette University

Jane S. Leske, Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Kim Litwack, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
Kent State University

Harriet E. Lazinski, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, M.S.

Sally Lundeen, Prof., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
University of Illinois-Chicago

Lucy Mkandawire-Valhmu, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Karen Morin, Prof., DSN
University of Alabama-Birmingham

Sandra Millon-Underwood, Prof., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
Northwestern University

Ellen K. Murphy, Prof. Emerita, J.D.; F.A.A.N.

Lois C. Olsen, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, M.S.

Joan E. Oppeneer, Asst. Prof. Emerita, M.S.

Sandra Plach, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

Carol M. Porth, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

Beth L. Rodgers, Prof Emerita., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.

Heather Royer, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Madison

Kathleen Sawin, Prof., DNS; F.A.A.N.
Indiana University

Rachel Schiffman, Prof., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
University of Connecticut

Nuananong Seal, Asst. Prof., Ph..D.
Case Western Reserve University

Florence E. Selder, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.

Eileen P. Sheil, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

Julie Snethen, Assoc. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Patricia E. Stevens, Prof., Ph.D.; F.A.A.N.
University of California, San Francisco

Hong Tao, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Illinois at Chicago

Vipavee Thongpriwan, Asst. Prof., Ph.D.
University of Illinois-Chicago

Mary E. Wierenga, Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

Joan A. Wilk, Assoc. Prof. Emerita, Ph.D.

 



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