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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Nursing Department's Campbell Earns Ed.D.

SALISBURY, MD---Dr. William Campbell, RN, instructor of nursing in the Nursing Department at the Richard A. Henson School of Science and Technology at Salisbury University, recently completed his Ed.D. in educational leadership at the University of Delaware.

Through his dissertation, “Improving Nursing Student Progression to RN at Salisbury University,” Campbell formulated recommendations to improve SU’s program for registered nursing students by following a single cohort of students within the program and observing school policy changes that may have affected them in the past four to five years.

Campbell said he used policy administration skills, learned while pursuing his Ed.D., on SU’s Student Policies Committee as well as whiel chairing the Nursing Department’s Patterns of Employment Accreditation Committee. He also coordinates the department’s Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science Program.

A native of Laurel, DE, Campbell earned his M.S. in nursing at SU following undergraduate work at the University of Delaware. He lives in Laurel with his wife, Carlene, also a registered nurse, and their two children, Jonathan, 21, and Megan, 16.

For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU Web site at www.salisbury.edu. "



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