Linda Aaronson, Ed. D., Npc associate Professor of Nursing Nursing Program Coordinator



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Linda Aaronson, Ed.D., NPC
Associate Professor of Nursing
Nursing Program Coordinator
Ed.D. (Rutgers, The State University)
Adult health, gerontics
aaronsol@stockton.edu
(609) 652-4250, Office: G-242

I graduated in the very first nursing class of Mercer County Community College in the 1970's; then transferred to Richard Stockton College for a bachelor's degree in nursing.  During this time I worked at St Francis Hospital in Trenton, NJ, Deborah Heart and Lung Center, Ocean County Health Department, and Southern Ocean County Hospital.  My clinical experience during these years included medical-surgical nursing, peri-operative nursing, home health nursing and various supervisory roles.  Upon receipt of a Masters Degree in Primary Health Care of the Elderly, I began work as a nursing professor at Richard Stockton College, and worked as a gerontological nurse practitioner for the Veterans Administration and Atlantic Regional Medical Center.

Eight years of traveling to and from Rutgers University culminated in my Doctoral Degree.  Curriculum development was my focus and my doctoral dissertation analyzed the difference in those RN's who return to college for the bachelor's degree and those who do not.  2009 represents my 28th year at Richard Stockton College and I have taught in all three programs, RN-BSN, undergraduate and graduate.



Following Hurricane Katrina I travelled to the New Orleans area with the American Red Cross; and cared for those with medical needs who had lost their homes due to the storm.
My daughter has followed in my footsteps and is a nurse in a stem cell transplant unit. I am very proud of the wonderful nurse she has become!  

Edward Walton, D.HSc, APN-C, NP-C
Assistant Professor of Nursing

Director of the Master of Science in Nursing Program
D.HSc (Nova Southeastern University)
Edward.Walton@stockton.edu
(609) 626-6076, Office K-133

 

Nancy Davis, Ph.D.


Professor of Pathology

Ph.D. (University of Pennsylvania)
Nancy.Davis@stockton.edu
(609) 652-4494, Office: H-247

 

I graduated from Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida where I majored in Biology and Theater Art. I then earned a PhD at the University of Pennsylvania in Pathology. During this time I had an NIH grant administered through the Philadelphia Zoological Gardens where I did research and postmortems on all types of animals. My doctorial research was on the relationship of psychosocial stimuli and Cancer in mice. I continue to be interested in the relationship of psychosocial stimuli and the immune system. 



 

Presently I am a Councilwoman for the Borough of Beach Haven. I recently attended The National Foundation of Woman Legislators conference in Des Moines, Iowa.

 

I started teaching at Stockton in 1973. In the 1980s I served as the Chairperson of the Professional Studies Division for three years. In the area of general education, I am particularly interested in International Studies. I think all students and faculty should have international experience. I take a group of students to Latin America each year; we visited Ecuador last spring. This is a rewarding experience for both the students and myself. 



 

I have a husband and two sons. My oldest son worked for Arnold Schwarzenegger in California and Davis Cameron and the Tory Party in London. My younger son works for a member of European Parliament in Brussels and will be starting a job with JP Morgan in October. My husband is retired from GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceuticals in Philadelphia. I like to travel, sail, bike and read among other things. 

 

Linda Janelli, EdD, RN, MSN
Visiting Assistant Professor of Nursing
EdD (University of Rochester)
Linda.Janelli@stockton.edu
(609) 652-4929, Office: K-202k

 

Mary Padden, RNC, PhD, APN-C, FN-CSA



Assistant Professor of Nursing

Ph.D. Widener University

Mary.Padden@stockton.edu

(609) 626-3814, Office: J-205

 

Joan Perks, M.S.N., R.N., APN-C, CNE, CEN, CRNI

Assistant Professor of Nursing, Critical Care

M.S.N. (Widener University)
Burn, Emergency and Trauma

Joan.Perks@stockton.edu

(609) 652-4627, Office: K-145


 

Professor Perks is an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Baccalaureate Program. She received her Diploma in Nursing from the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, her BSN from Thomas Jefferson University and her Masters in Burn Emergency and Trauma from Widener University. She has 30 years of clinical experience primarily in the area of trauma and critical care nursing. Since joining the faculty in 2009, Joan has played an intricate role in developing and coordinating the Care of the Adult Health II and III courses. Her area of teaching expertise includes preparing students to take the NCLEX Examination. Other areas of expertise include; Adult Health, Emergency Nursing, Critical Care, Infusion Therapy, Leadership, Nursing Education, Service Learning and Cultural Competency. She maintains 3 National Certifications; Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), Certified Nurse Educator (CNE) and Certified Registered Nurse Infusionist (CRNI). She has presented and published in the area of trauma and outcomes assessment.



 

Carole-Rae Reed, RN, PhD, CNS
Assistant Professor of Nursing
PhD (University of Pennsylvania)
Carole-Rae.Reed@stockton.edu
(609) 626-6876, Office: K-133

 

Michelle Sabatini, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Nursing
Ph.D. (Widener University)
Adult health, nursing theory and research
Michelle.Sabatini@stockton.edu 
(609) 652-4498, Office: WQ-219
 


Rose Scaffidi, CNM MSN DrNP

Assistant Professor of Nursing

DrNP (Drexel University)

Rose.Scaffidi@stockton.edu

(609) 626-6852, Office: J-213



 

 I began my nursing career working on a general medical/surgical floor following graduation from Atlantic Community College in 1978. After experiencing the birth of my first child, I felt compelled to work in maternal child health and for the next several years held postions as a staff nurse in nursery, postpartum and labor and delivery. I eventually decided to return for a professional nursing degree and received a Bachelor of Science in Nursing with Program Distinction from Stockton in 1995. I believe I received the best preparation for an advanced degree in Nursing from completeing my degree at Stockton. I continued my nursing education and obtained a Master of Science in Nursing and a certificate in Midwifery from the University of Pennsylvania in 1999.



My husband of 33 years and I have been living in South Jersey with our three children our entire life. I have been practicing full-scope midwifery and caring for women for for the past 11 years ,and have also had the opportunity to teach nursing as an adjuct professor at Atlantic Cape Community College. I am presently completing doctoral studies at Drexel University in Philadephia. My research interests include women’s decision making regarding mode of delivery and reduction in the rate of cesaren delivery in the United States. I am a member of Sigma Theta Tau and currently serve as the co-chair on the Nursing Research Council at Atlanticare Regional Medical Center .

 

Ann Walker, R.N., M.S.N.

Assistant Professor of Nursing
M.S.N. (LaSalle University)

Ann.Walker@stockton.edu

(609) 652-4855, Office: WQ-208K 

I am a lifelong student, beginning with my Associate Degree in Nursing at Gwynedd-Mercy College in Pennsylvania in the 70"s. I returned in the 80"s to complete a BSN and in the 90"s obtained a Masters degree from LaSalle University in Philadelphia, Pa. In the millenium a Post-Master's certificate in education was earned from LaSalle. There are many years of clinical and administrative experience in geriatric nursing, home care nursing and public health nursing in my career. I have worked on grants supporting positive youth development, parenting education, environmental health and men's urban health. My current research interest is competency in public health nurse education. In my spare time I enjoy the beach and spending time with family and friends.

 

Emerita Faculty



Cheryle Fisher Eisele, Ed.D., RN, APN, C
Associate Professor of Nursing
Ed.D. (Temple University)
Women's health, pediatrics
ceisele@stockton.edu
(609) 652-4496, Office: H-245

Dr. Cheryle Fisher Eisele began her nursing career at Methodist Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. After receiving her RN she went back to school and obtained a BSN from the first class at Stockton State College in 1977. Dr. Eisele went on to receive an MSN from the University of Pennsylvania with a specialty in Women's Health and an Ed.D in Health Sciences Education from Temple University.

Dr. Eisele began teaching in the RN to BSN Program in September 1980. She has served in various capacities in the Nursing Program, including Graduate Director and currently serves as the Nursing Program Coordinator. Dr. Eisele and Dr. Linda Aaronson were instrumental in the development and implementation of the MSN Program and the pre-licensure BSN Program.

Dr. Eisele has served on many college wide committees, including the Steering Committee and the College-wide Personnel Committee. She is involved with local and national nursing organizations and served as an RN with the American Red Cross in Baton Rogue, LA after Hurricane Katrina.



Dr. Eisele retired from Stockton College in June 2012. She is married with two children and five grandchildren; she and her husband live on a Christmas tree farm in south Jersey.


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