Nancy CarterTitle: Assistant Professor
Director of Undergraduate Admissions & Progression
Office Location: Marsh Hall 201B
Phone: (269) 471-3363
BS, Andrews University, 1974
MS, University of Michigan, 1982
Nancy Ann Carter is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. She joined the Andrews faculty in June of 1983.
Born in River Rouge, Mich., on April 4, 1951, she was educated in the Detroit Public School system and went on to obtain her Bachelor of Science degree with a major in nursing from Andrews University in 1974. After working for several years as a hospital staff nurse in the area of med-surg, and neonatal intensive care, and later in the area of home health and public health nursing for Berrien County, she returned to graduate school where she obtained her master's degree in community health nursing from the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1982.
She is a member of the Eta Zeta Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society and works with the local chapter in program planning for the school year. She was also a joint poster presenter ("Fostering Critical Thinking through Concept Map Care Planning") at the National STT Nursing Convention in November 2005.
She represents the Nursing Department as a member of the Benton Harbor Citizens Empowerment Committee, assisting in the yearly planning of a local health fair, as well as assisting the committee in implementing the health care objectives that are part of the recent Kellogg grant applied for and obtained by the Committee.
Her teaching responsibilities include:
Med-Surg Community-Based clinicals
Complementary Wellness I
Complementary Wellness II
Senior Nursing Internship
Community Health -- theory and practicum
During the 2006-2007 school year, she and her students had the opportunity to participate in the Berrien County disaster drill for avian flu.