School of Nursing

Dean: Linda Wallace, Ed.D., RN

Graduate Program Assistant Dean: Mary Bourke, Ph.D, RN
RN-BSN Completion Program Assistant Dean: Lynda Narwold, MA, RN
Pre-Licensure Program Assistant Dean: Bridget Whitmore, MSN, RN

Clinical Professor: Narwold
Associate Professor: Wallace
Clinical Associate Professor: Heckman, Whitmore, Zody
Assistant Professor: Bourke, Poe-Greskamp, Tormoehlen
Lecturer: Atkin, Dawson, Harris, Hollingsworth, Mouser, Pratt, Rosales
Visiting Lecturer: Carpenter, Covington
Clinical Liaison: Connolly

The philosophy of the Indiana University Kokomo School of Nursing is consistent with the mission and purposes of Indiana University and Indiana University Kokomo. The faculty of the Indiana University Kokomo School of Nursing believe that the education of students is our primary mission. In accordance with Indiana University Kokomo, the School of Nursing faculty support a strong commitment to excellence in instruction, scholarship through research or creativity, educational outreach and service, and activities that enhance the quality of life in the region and the state. Faculty and students share accountability for creating an educational system that reflects respect, collaboration, intellectual inquiry, and creativity through the framework of the nursing metaparadigm. See Student Nursing Handbook for complete list of General Beliefs.

Mission Statement
In support of Indiana University Kokomo’s statements of commitment, the mission of the School of Nursing is to provide educational opportunities that prepare nurses at the baccalaureate and higher degree levels to provide safe, culturally component, evidence-based health care. Reflective of the faculty commitment to professional nursing, students are presented with opportunities for community involvement, professional engagement and lifelong learning.

Vision Statement

Indiana University Kokomo School of Nursing strives to be the institution of choice for Baccalaureate and higher education, known for its excellence in preparing nurses who positively impact the nursing profession and health and wellness of the residents of North Central Indiana. We accomplish this through engagement in scholarly activities and delivery of high quality academic programs, continuing education and relevant community involvement. 

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