College or School: 
College of Nursing and Health
Program Type: 
Nursing Education
Program Description: 

For purposes of student eligibility for certification, all required courses must be taken at Wright State University.  

Admissions Requirements: 

For the School nurse certificate, applicants must be registered nurses with a Bachelor’s degree.  For the nursing education certificate, applicants must be enrolled as a College of Nursing and Health graduate student.

Program Requirements: 
Dept Core and Electives Hours
Nursing Education  
NUR 6101 Nursing Curriculum Development 3
NUR 6102 Nursing Teaching and Evaluation Strategies 4
NUR 6103 Nursing Education Practicum 5
Total 12



Assistant Professors

Detrice Barry, blood disorders, gerontology, health literacy, transcultural nursing

Tracy Brewer, maternal, child, evidence based practice, nursing education

Cindra Holland, adult health, advanced practice, cardiac nursing, continuing education, education, high risk pregnancy, HIV/AIDS, hypertension, medical/surgical, spirituality

Perla Ilagan, cultural issues in health care, minority health issues, global health, nursing research, primary health care, international education/study abroad, violence, women’s health

Mary Beth Kaylor, community and public health, evaluation research, health care policy, research/design methods, teaching strategies, underserved and vulnerable populations, women’s health

Judy Ribak, palliative care, quality of life, stress and coping, psychotherapy, psychiatric,

gerontology/older adults, ethics/legal, cultural issues in healthcare, advanced practice, advance directives/end of life

Anne Russell, critical/intensive care, qualitative research, trauma

Sherrill Smith, education, public health, simulation

Ann Stalter, community health, death & dying, disease prevention, family health, gerontology, health education, vulnerable populations


Clinical Assistant Professors

Lynne Kelley, pediatric health policy, injury prevention, advanced practice nursing issues, trans-cultural nursing


Clinical Instructors

Cheryl Aubin, emergency medicine, critical/intensive care, continuing education and education

Jeanine Bochenek, community health, disease prevention, health education, school nursing

Ann Bowling, informatics and technology, pediatrics

Crystal Hammond, advanced practice, community health, continuing education, cultural issues in health care, diabetes (type I and in pregnancy), disease prevention, education, ethics/legal, family planning, global health, health education, health promotion, maternal/childbearing, mother/baby care, NCLEX

Laura Herbert, advanced practice, pediatrics, family