Nursing

The following are graduate faculty members who are eligible to serve on thesis and/or dissertation committees.
NameStatusDeg.SchoolYearDiscipline
Beckstrand, Renea
Professor
PhD
University of Utah
2001
Comprehensive Care of the Adult Client with Acute Health Problems
Freeborn, Donna
Assistant Professor
PhD
Oregon Health and Science University
2008
Women with Disabilities
Heise, Barbara
Associate Professor
PhD
University of Virginia
2006
Adult and Gerontological Mental Health; Alcohol and Drug Abuse
Himes, Deborah
Assistant Professor
Lassetter, Jane
Professor
PhD
Oregon Health and Science University
2008
Culture and Health
Luthy, Beth
Assistant Professor
DNP
Rush University
2008
Childhood Immunizations
Macintosh, Janelle B.
Assistant Professor
PhD
University of Utah
2010
Maternal Identity in Vulnerable Populations
Merrill, Katreena C.
Associate Professor
PhD
University of Utah
2011
Quality, Patient Safety and Nursing Leadership in Acute Care Settings
Ravert, Patty
Professor
PhD
University of Utah
2004
Educational Interventions; Use of Human Simulations
Rogers, Sandra
Associate Professor
PhD
University of California, San Francisco
1989
Primary Health Care; International Health
Williams, Mary
Associate Professor
PhD
University of Arizona
1991
Family Response to Heart Transplantation; Qualitative Methodologies; Instrument Development
NameStatusDeg.SchoolYearDiscipline
NameStatusDeg.SchoolYearDiscipline
Augustine-Adams, Kif
Charles E. Jones Professor of Law
JD
Harvard University
1992
Public International Law; Race and Race Relations; Social Policy and Feminist Legal Thought; Fourteenth Amendment; Torts
Daniels, Brigham
Associate Professor of Law
JD
Stanford University, 2003; PhD, Duke University Sc. 2003
Legislation and Regulation; Property Law; Environmental Law; Water Law
Durham Jr., W. Cole
Susa Young Gates University Professor of Law; Director, Center for Law and Religion Studies
JD
Harvard University
1975
Comparative Constitutional Law; Contemporary Legal Theory; International Protection of Religious Freedom; Law and Religion in the United States
Farmer, Larry C.
Marion G. Romney Professor of Law
PHD
Brigham Young University
1975
Computer-Based Practice Systems; Legal Interviewing and Counseling
Fee, John E.
Professor of Law
JD
University of Chicago
1995
Land-Use Planning; Property; State and Local Government; Structures of the Constitution
Fleming Jr., J. Clifton
Ernest L. Wilkinson Chair and Professor of Law
JD
George Washington University
1967
European Union Law; Federal Taxation; International Taxation; Public International Law
Gedicks, Frederick M.
Guy Anderson Chair and Professor of Law
JD
University of South California
1980
Federal Courts; Structures of the Constitution; Fourteenth Amendment; Freedom of Religion; Substantive Due Process
Gerdy, Kristin
Teaching Professor and Director, Rex E. Lee Advocacy Program
JD
Brigham Young University
1995
Introduction to Advocacy; Introduction to Legal Research and Writing; Advanced Appellate Brief Writing; Public Speaking for Lawyers
Gordon III., James D.
Marion B. and Rulon A. Earl Professor of Law
JD
University of California, Berkeley
1980
Professional Responsibility; Professional Seminar
Hernandez III, Carl
Associate Teaching Professor of Law
JD/MPA
Brigham Young University
1992
Civil Rights; Community and Economic Development Representation; Fundamental Lawyering Skills; Government and Legislative Representation
Hoagland, Mary H.
Assistant Dean of Career Services and External Relations
PHD
Brigham Young University
2007
Professional Development
Jensen, Eric Talbot
Professor of Law
JD
University of Notre Dame Law School
1994
Criminal Law; Public International Law; Law of Armed Conflict
Jones, RoNell Andersen
Associate Professor of Law
JD
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law
2000
First Amendment; Legislation and Regulation; Structures of the Constitution
Moore, David H.
Professor of Law
JD
Brigham Young University
1996
Civil Procedure; International Human Rights; Legal Scholarship; Public International Law
Nielson, Aaron
Associate Professor of Law
JD
Harvard University
2007
Civil Procedure; Administrative Law
Nunez, Carolina
Associate Professor of Law
JD
Brigham Young University
2004
Immigration Law; Professional Responsibility; Torts
Preston, Cheryl Bailey
Edwin M. Thomas Professor of Law
JD
Brigham Young University
1979
Business Organizations; Contracts; Cyberlaw
Rasband, James R.
Dean and Hugh W. Colton Professor of Law
JD
Harvard University
1989
International Environmental Law; Public Lands and Natural Resources; Torts; Water Law
Scharffs, Brett G.
Associate Dean for Research and Academic Affairs; Francis R. Kirkham Professor of Law; Associate Director, International Center for Law and Rel. Stud
JD
Yale University
1992
Business Organizations; Law and Religion in the United States; International Business Transactions; International Protection of Religious Freedoms; Law and Logic
Smith, D. Gordon
Associate Dean for Faculty and Curriculum and Glen L. Farr Professor of Law
JD
University of Chicago
1990
Business Organizations; Contracts; Corporate Finance; Law and Entrepreneurship; Securities Regulation
Sun, Lisa Grow
Associate Professor of Law
JD
Harvard University
1997
Disaster Law; Structures of the Constitution; Torts
Wardle, Lynn D.
Bruce C. Hafen Professor of Law
JD
Duke University
1974
Biomedical Ethics; Children and the Law; Civil Procedure; Conflict of Laws; Family Law; Origins of the Constitution
Welch, John W.
Robert K. Thomas University Professor of Law
JD
Duke University
1975
Ancient Laws in the Hebrew Bible and Book of Mormon; Joseph Smith and the Law; Law in New Testament; Tax-Exempt Organizations
Worthen, Kevin J.
University President and Hugh W. Colton Professor of Law
JD
BYU
1972
Professional Seminar
The Business Administration program draws graduate faculty from each of the five departments within Business Administration

Contact Information

Phone: (801) 422-5626
Address: 500 SWKT, Provo, UT 84602-5532
Email: nursing_graduate@byu.edu
Website: http://nursing.byu.edu
Dean
Patty Ravert
Graduate Coordinator
Mary Williams

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