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Dir & Clinical Assoc Profsr (FSC)

Mary Calacci is the director of the Simulation and Learning Resources Center in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation.

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Program Director & Clinical Professor
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Clinical Professor (FSC)

Debra Hagler is board certified in adult advanced nursing practice, nursing education and healthcare simulation. She also supports faculty in instructional project development, course management, and academic writing.

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Clinical Asst Professor

Kathleen LuPone is a clinical assistant professor in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.

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Kara Mangold (DNP, RN-BC, CCTN, CNE) is an instructor with the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.

Clinical Professor, MY (FSC)

Brenda Morris' research interests include: nursing education, clinical education, dedicated educational units, program development and evaluation, and critical thinking.

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Clinical Assistant Professor

Jill Quillman has a nursing background primarily in cardiovascular intensive care nursing. She primarily teaches complex care courses for undergraduate nursing students and is also a Barrett Honors faculty member.

Clinical Asst Professor

Lynda has a deep passion for nursing, and realizes the opportunities well-equipped nurses will have to change the future of health care. Her teaching focus is in the areas of evidence-based practice and innovation leadership.

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Associate Program Director & Clinical Assistant Professor

Heidi Sanborn is Clinical Assistant Professor and Interim Director of the RN-BSN and Concurrent Enrollment Program (CEP) in the College of Nursing and Health Innovation at Arizona State University.

Clinical Professor

Cheryl Schmidt's research interests includes disaster preparedness of nursing students. She is also a member of the Research Committee of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Veterans Emergency Management Evaluation Center

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My nursing degree has enabled me to work in a variety of locations, from Rhode Island to California, and in a number of specialty areas such as OB, Pediatrics, private physician's office and presently nursing education.