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Beth Schultz


Beth Schultz PhDc, DNP, RN
Nursing Program Director
260-982-4082
BESchultz@manchester.edu

Dr. Beth Schultz, a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Future of Nursing Scholar, graduated from Gulf Coast Community College in Panama City, Fla., with an associate's degree in nursing and from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Fla., with a B.S. in nursing.

She earned her M.S.N. with an emphasis in education from Jacksonville University in Jacksonville, Fla., her Doctor of Nursing Practice in the executive leadership track at Union University in Jackson, Tenn., and is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the College of Nursing at the University of South Carolina.

Dr. Schultz is the founding program director of Manchester’s undergraduate nursing program and brings more than 20 years of nursing education experience and more than 10 years of nursing education leadership experience to her position. She maintains an active nursing practice as well, with more than 30 years of nursing experience. She is on the Executive Board for the Association of Camp Nursing, is actively involved in research related to health care in the camp setting, and has been involved in revising the Standards of Camp Nursing Practice. Dr. Schultz enjoys outdoor adventures and introducing students to unconventional opportunities in nursing practice.


Nancy Schroeder


Nancy Schroeder DNP, RN
Associate Professor of Nursing
260-982-4081
NRSchroeder@manchester.edu


Dr. Nancy R. Schroeder graduated from St. Vincent School of Nursing with a diploma degree as a registered nurse in 1987. After practicing for many years as a geriatric, mental health and post-surgical nurse, she completed her BSN from Ohio Northern University in 2006. Dr. Schroeder has taught nursing at several levels over her 25 years in nursing education. She has a special interest in mental health and has worked extensively throughout her teaching career to bring mental health resources to the college-aged population.

Dr. Schroeder received her MSN with a focus on nursing education from Cleveland State University in 2012 and her doctorate in nursing practice, including a nursing education certificate from the University of Cincinnati in 2016. She teaches a wide variety of undergraduate nursing courses including health assessment, geriatrics, mental health, obstetrics, transcultural, leadership and capstone courses. She also taught for 13 years in an RN to BSN program. Dr. Schroeder enjoys creating innovative teaching strategies that actively engage the learner thus stimulating a love for lifelong learning.

 

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