Faculty and Staff

Amy Hall

Dr. Amy Hall

Department Chair/Nursing

Graves Hall 204
812-488-2414
ah169@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Dr. Amy Hall is the White Family Endowed Professor and Chair of the Dunigan Family Department of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Evansville.
Suzanne Bailey

Mrs. Suzanne Bailey

Associate Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 200
812-488-2554
sb44@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Suzanne Bailey is a tenured Associate Professor in the Dunigan Family Department of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Evansville. She is board certified as an Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Donna Cobb

Mrs. Donna Cobb

Assistant Professor/Nursing

812-488-2591
dc153@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Donna teaches at the sophomore and senior levels. Her primary clinical background is in emergency and critical care nursing, having practiced as a nurse in in adult, pediatric, and neonatal critical care areas. Additionally, she has served as a clinical educator in the acute care setting.
Joan Fedor-Bassemier

Mrs. Joan Fedor-Bassemier

Simulation Coordinator Assistant Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 214
812-488-2385
jf156@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Joan Fedor-Bassemier is an Assistant Professor and Simulation Coordinator in the Dunigan Family Department of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Evansville. Joan is instrumental in planning, developing and implementing state-of-the-art technology in the UE Simulation Lab and integrates simulation into the Nursing curriculum.
Jerrilee LaMar

Dr. Jerrilee LaMar

Associate Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 208
812-488-2442
jl117@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Jerrilee currently teaches the junior level nursing research course and junior level clinical courses. She also teaches a general education health and wellness course each semester and serves as an American Heart Association Pediatric Advanced Life Support and Basic Life Support Instructor
Kathryn Lever

Mrs. Kathryn Lever

Associate Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 230
812-488-2552
kl37@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Kathy Lever teaches courses at the freshmen, sophomore and junior level. She has practiced in many different fields of nursing including surgery, obstetrics, home health care, and nursing education. She is board certified as a women's healthcare nurse practitioner. Kathy is passionate about women’s health issues and maternal child care.
Deborah Marshall

Miss Deborah Marshall

Assistant Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 201
812-488-2595
dm3@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Debbie Marshall is an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Dunigan Family Department of Nursing and Health Sciences at the University of Nursing. Debbie coordinates academic advising and admission activities for the nursing department. She teaches fundamentals of nursing and pharmacology to the sophomore nursing students and a medical-surgical course to the junior nursing students. Debbie especially enjoys teaching critical thinking within the nursing process.
Theresa Price

Ms. Theresa Price

Assistant Professor/Nursing

812-488-2796
tp86@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Theresa teaches at the junior and senior levels. Her primary clinical background is in critical care and nursing leadership. Prior to assuming the position of Assistant Professor of Nursing, Theresa was clinical adjunct nursing faculty for three years. She continues to be actively engaged in nursing clinical practice and maintains her skills at a local hospital in an acute care setting.
Melissa Rea

Mrs. Melissa Rea

Assistant Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 231
812-488-2592
mr144@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Melissa is an Assistant Professor in the Dunigan Family Department of Nursing and Health Sciences and focuses on medical –surgical nursing throughout the lifespan and community health. As a certified gerontological Clinical Nurse Specialist, Melissa worked as an advanced practice nurse in geriatric primary care for 12 years at St. Mary’s Senior Care clinic. In 2007 she started her career in academia as an adjunct professor teaching clinical gerontology at the University of Southern Indiana. In 2009 she returned to her alma mater and began teaching at the University of Evansville first as an adjunct professor and then in January of 2010 as an assistant professor of nursing.
Cindy Schaefer

Dr. Cindy Schaefer

Assistant Professor/Nursing

Graves Hall 210
812-488-2550
cs101@evansville.edu
Full Biography

Cindy currently teaches the senior nursing students and specializes in public health and complex medical/surgical practice. Cindy has practiced nursing in different areas that include medical surgical, oncology, radiation therapy, cardiac intensive care, clinical research, and public health.

Staff

Diana Simpson

Mrs. Diana Simpson

Clinical Education Assistant

Graves Hall 233
812-488-1217
ds256@evansville.edu

Mrs. Simpson is a graduate of the University of Evansville Baccalaureate Nursing Program. She previously held the position of Nursing Division Director for the Vanderburgh County Health Department. Has been on medical mission trips to Nicaragua and India. She is active in her church where she serves as the organist, teaches a children’s mission class and volunteers at the Potter’s Wheel Ministry.
Mrs. Laura Connors

Mrs. Laura Connors

Administrative Assistant/Nursing
lr23@evansville.edu
812-488-2343

Office Phone:
812-488-2343

Office E-mail:
lr23@evansville.edu

Office Location:
Room 233, Graves Hall