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The Professors

Faculty of SNU School of Nursing as a whole represent a wide variety of clinical expertise. Practice areas include Mental Health, Advanced Practice Family Nurse Practitioner, Clinical Nursing Specialist in Gerontology, Cardiology, Maternal Child Health, Medical-Surgical, Community Health, Administration, and Global Health. Several faculty hold specialty certifications for practice.

Faculty have a number of service commitments. The types of service include positions as Chair of the Oklahoma State Board of Long Term Care Examiners; Advisory Board, Cactus Ministries; Vice President, Sigma Theta Tau National Honor Society for Nursing International.

Faculty also have a number of research interests and publications. Faculty have completed post doctoral fellowships in research regarding dementia, arts integration into nursing curriculum. Publications include contributions to textbooks, dementia care, nursing theory, and global health.

Susan J Barnes, PhD, RN, CNE, FCN Dr. Susan Barnes
Chair, School of Nursing
sbarnes@snu.edu   405-491-6663 

B.S.N., Nursing University of Texas at Arlington, 1980;
M.S.N. University of Texas Health Science Center, 1985
Ph.D., University of Texas Health Science Center, 1998;

Positions include: Founding Dean and Professor, School of Nursing, St. Gregory’s University, Chair of Graduate Studies and later Chair of Transformative and Global Education, Oklahoma City University, Kramer School of Nursing. Director of the M.S. Program, School of Nursing, Southern Nazarene University, Post Doctoral Gerontological Nurse Research Fellow, Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs Hospital, Assistant Professor, OU College of Nursing, Coordinator, Division of Nursing and Health Technology, Cochise College; Director of Student Health and Wellness, Our Lady of the Lake University;



Mary Hibbert, Ph.D., RNProfessor Mary Hibbert
Professor
mhibbert@snu.edu,405.491.6612

B.S., Pittsburg State University, 1987;
M.S., University of Kansas, 1994;
Ph.D., Texas Woman's University, 2010

Positions include: Staff Nursing positions in Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas, 1987-2002; Director of Nursing, Arolyn Heights Adult Care Center, Chanute, Kansas, 1991-1992; Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Kansas, 1992-1993; Adjunct Nursing Faculty, Mid America Nazarene College, 1993-1995; Mobile Immunization Coordinator, Swope Parkway Health Center, Kansas City, Missouri, 1994-1995. Southern Nazarene University, 1995-.


Angie Ramey, Ph.D., RNDr. Angela Ramey, SNU School of Nursing
Assistant Professor

BSN, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2001
MS, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2004
PhD, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2016


Deb McCullock, DNP, MS, APRN-CNP, RN-BC
Assistant Professor


Maria Cordeiro, MSN, APRN, CNP, GNP
Assistant Professor



Our Nazarene Heritage
Founded in 1899, Southern Nazarene University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university - a service of the Church of the Nazarene. Located on a 40-acre campus just west of Oklahoma City, SNU grew out of several small colleges committed to training people for lives of service to God, leadership, and reconciliation toward their neighbors and within the global community. More than 32,000 alumni work and serve throughout the United States and the world. Read About Our Heritage

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