Jane Aroian, Ed.D, MSN, RNAssociate Professor Coordinator, Nursing Administration Specialization, MS/MBA Program, & BSN/MS Joint Degree Programs
- School of Nursing
Office: 207J Robinson Hall
EdD, Northeastern University
MSN, Catholic University of America
BSN, University of Bridgeport
Specializations: Nursing and health care administration; perioperative nursing
Dr. Aroian's research focus includes developing nurse leaders by teaching, implementing and testing the "Leader as Developer" model, and on experiential education, where she is currently validating the Nursing Administration Standards of Practice and Professional Performance and its learning outcomes in graduate education.
Nursing Administration Practicum, Human Resources and Operations, Healthcare System and Role, Research Applications, Professional Development & Scientific Basis
Aroian, J & Dienemann J (2005) Practice Oriented Leadership Education. In Feldman, H and Greenberg (Eds) Educating Nurses for Leadership New York. Springer Chapter 20. 219-233.
Aroian, J (2005) Visionary Leadership. In Feldman, H & Greenberg (Eds). Educating Nurses for Leadership, New Springer Chapter 2, 16-23.
DeMarco R & Aroian J (2004) Perceptions of senior baccalaureate nursing students and nurse leaders: a look at elements of success in the workplace. IN Feldman (Ed). Nursing Leadership Forum. 8(2).
DeMarco R & Aroian J (2003). Perceptions of senior baccalaureate nursing students and nurse leaders: a look at elements of success in the workplace. In H. Feldman (Ed). The Nursing Shortage: Strategies for Recruitment and Retention in Clinical Practice and Education. New York Springer. Chapter 8, 94-104.
Highlights of Faculty Research at the School of Nursing