Chamberlain’s commitment to student success begins with our commitment to faculty excellence and development. We offer generous educational benefits for our faculty, along with support of scholarly activities that help advance the art and science of nursing and nursing education including program reimbursement, work flexibility and the support systems needed to grow as a nurse educator.
Our care for faculty is reflected in many forms including: Benefits/Tuition Reimbursement Receive up to $50,000 in doctoral program reimbursement while you further advance your education
and degree. Mentoring Many advancement opportunities are available through mentoring from seasoned faculty and the
support of ongoing training, conferences and mentorship. Scholarship/Publication Support Benefit from a team of academic and marketing professionals who assist with faculty presentation
support, communications and marketing materials for conferences. Faculty Testimonials Nicole Giancaterino, DNP, MSN, CNS/APN, RNC-OB, curriculum and instruction specialist. “In my role at
Chamberlain, I feel fulfilled seeing students and alumni join me in advancing our profession,” she says. “After all, the opportunities for nurses are endless.”
Lennie Davis, MSN, MS, RN, NEA-BC, CNE, professor in the RN to BSN option, has visited over 70 countries and taught from a number of them. The flexibility of her job as an online educator buy Sildenafil citrate allows her to travel while working. In turn, her travel and experiences help her to provide a unique perspective to her students on the intersection of culture and healthcare.
Daniel Ampomah, PhD, RN, NE-BC, Arlington campus professor. Won the 2015 GEM Award for Volunteerism and Service in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area for his work with the local Ghanaian community. Ampomah said he is “most proud of the positive impact my work has had on Chamberlain College of Nursing and to nursing as a whole. My work sets an example for my students and fellow colleagues to follow and aspire to, to do greater things for nursing.”