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Adjunct Instructor of Nutrition
"I think anyone working in health care needs to understand the extent that Americans' diet and lifestyle habits have affected the risk for chronic diseases, which are the major cause of death today."
Dr. Meryle Gurmankin
"I started teaching as a way to share my love for my profession. I love seeing the light bulb go on as students discover new ways to care for clients and themselves."
Dr. Jane M. Kurz
"Completing the BSN program opens work and professional opportunities that would have been unavailable to the non-BSN nurse. The course assignments are created to stimulate critical thinking and provide different views of current conditions in a safe environment."
Dr. Frances Kinder
"To be successful in nursing you need empathy, compassion, and caring attitudes. Nurses need to be quick thinkers and be able to work in stressful, demanding environments."
Dr. Jeannine Uribe
"I would like students to realize the importance of their BSN education and the new skills they are learning. I would like students to realize their important role in making the world healthier through health promotion and disease prevention."
"I currently teach Safety Strategies online. I wish that this course would have been available to me as an undergraduate or graduate student because the tools learned in this class are so applicable to your everyday work."
Dr. Joan Parker Frizzell
"The BSN enables to nurses to develop a broader perspective of patient care. It encourages nurses to examine research and evidenced based practice on a higher level."
Dr. Kathleen Czekanski
Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences
"My passion is being able to assist students in meeting their professional goals. From the pre-licensure to RN to BSN to graduate student, this is a very rewarding experience."
Dr. Letty Piper
"I wanted to bring clinical experience to administration students after 30 years of nursing leadership."
Dr. Patricia Bicknell
"The value of a BSN is a nurse with a broad education in the sciences and the arts. This advanced and broad education is needed for the knowledge, skills and attitudes of contemporary practice."
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Dr. Walt Schubert
Professor of Finance
"An MBA should ultimately allow the holder to make excellent business and financial decisions in their professional and personal lives. They should come out of the program with increased discernment qualities, increased analytic capabilities and a keen understanding of how change impacts them."
Dr. Lester Barenbaum
"Online programs provide an excellent educational platform for highly motivated individuals who need more flexibility than classroom programs."
Dr. Joshua Buch
"The MBA should give the students the tools to become business leaders who are capable of initiating and making sound business decisions."
Dr. Elizabeth Cooper
"Finance is just as much of an art as it is an objective science. I encourage creativity and critical thinking once students have a solid foundation of the basics."
"Prepare a weekly schedule for yourself as if you had an in-person class and hold yourself to the schedule."
Dr. James Smither
"A valuable MBA is more than a collection of facts and knowledge. It's the ability to do things well, to lead with integrity, and to make decisions that benefit a broad range of stakeholders."
Dr. Joseph Ugras
"The courses that I teach provide the students skills for making the decisions with financial and non-financial data. I would like the students to appreciate the value of data driven decision making that is supported by a strong foundation."
Dr. Karen Reardon
"After nearly twenty years as a practicing lawyer, for profit and nonprofit entrepreneur and small business owner/manager, I returned to academia in order to share my education, wisdom and experience with others."
Dr. Jeannie Welsh
"I began an MBA program intending to eventually become a library director. The first course I took was an introductory accounting course, similar to MBA 601, and that was all it took to convince me to quit my job and go back to school full-time to get the courses I would need to sit for the CPA exam."
"I've always been a person that enjoyed the interaction of a classroom environment, either in person or online, and the learning that takes place in that setting."
"I love to be able to merge my significant work experience with research into the dynamics of accounting theory."
Dr. Susan Borkowski
"I love seeing the recognition on the face of a student when they 'get' whatever they were struggling with."