Archives: 2007-2008 New Faculty Profiles

School of Nursing

Janie Canty-Mitchell Dr. Janie Canty-Mitchell was appointed as Professor and Associate Dean for Research and Community Partnerships. Her academic credentials include the PhD and MS in Nursing from the University of Miami and BS in Nursing from Florida State University. Dr. Canty-Mitchell’s professional experience includes faculty positions at University of South Florida, Indiana University, University of Miami and Florida International University. Her nursing career includes experiences in psychiatric/mental health nursing, public health nursing, supervision and administration, program development, project management, coalition building, teaching, and research. Community partnerships have been a core component of her public health nursing practice, teaching in academic settings, and research and scholarly endeavors. Dr. Canty-Mitchell’s scholarly activities have been presented at local, regional, national, and international conferences and published in peer-reviewed conference proceedings, journals, and books.
Anne-Marie V. Goff Ms. Anne-Marie V. Goff joins the faculty of the School of Nursing as a Lecturer. Her academic credentials include the MS in Nursing from Boston University and BS in Nursing from Syracuse University. She is currently enrolled in the PhD program in Higher Education at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Her professional experience includes Dean of Associate Degree Nursing at Bladen Community College and Instructor of Nursing at the Medical University of South Carolina. Her area of expertise is in Maternal-Infant/Women’s Health Nursing.

Dr. Judith M. Jarosinski, Assistant Professor, joined the faculty of the School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. Her degrees include PhD and Masters Degree in Nursing from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Bachelors Degree from the University of Maryland. Her expertise is n Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing. She was the 2006 recipient of the Martha Borlick Research Award.

Kae Livsey Dr. Kae Livsey joins the faculty of School of Nursing as Assistant Professor. Her academic credentials include the PhD in Nursing from George Mason University, Master’s in Public Health from Emory University and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Her professional experience includes Distance Education Coordinator and Instructor at George Mason University College of Health and Human Services. Dr. Livsey’s area of expertise is Community Health, Policy and Management.
Carla Nye Dr. Carla Nye joins the faculty of the School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. Her degrees includes Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) from the University of South Florida; Master of Nursing from the University of Washington and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Delaware. Her expertise is in Child Health Nursing.

Dr. Paula V. Reid joins the faculty of the School of Nursing as an Assistant Professor. Her academic credentials include PhD in Health Studies/Health Education from Texas Woman’s University, MS in Maternal-Infant Nursing with an OB-GYN Nurse Clinician Option from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and a BS in Nursing from Columbia Union College. Dr. Reid’s has almost 20 years of clinical practice as a Women’s Healthcare Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) with a current sub-specialty of women and HIV/AIDS. In addition to her extensive clinical background at many nationally recognized women’s health related clinical sites in the inpatient, outpatient, and community health areas, Dr. Reid has international nursing experience with the HIV/AIDS population in Africa.

Stephanie D. Smith Ms. Stephanie D. Smith joins the faculty of the School of Nursing as Lecturer. Her academic credentials include the Bachelor of Science in Social Work from Pembroke State University; Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Western Carolina University; and the Master of Science in Public Health from Auburn University. She is a PhD candidate at Auburn University; her area of study is Public Administration and Policy. Ms. Smith is retired from the United States Air Force where she was the Commander of Medical Operations and the Deputy Commander of Ambulatory Care Center.

Dr. Kris Walters Terzotis was appointed as Assistant Professor and Clinical Research Program Director in the School of Nursing. Her degrees include PhD in International Health Science from Touro University; a Bachelor of Science in Zoology and Biology and a Master of Science in Management of Biotechnology from North Carolina State University. Her expertise is Clinical Research.


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