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Rebecca Cash

Alumni

Alumni Class Year

2015

Alumni Degree

MSN

Rebecca Cash graduated with the first MSN class from UNC-Pembroke in May 2015.  She moved to Vinton, VA at the end of the summer.  She started working at the Salem Veteran Affairs Medical Center in Virginia as the first implemented Clinical Nurse Leader, working on a Medical/Surgical/Tele unit.  She passed the Clinical Nurse Leader certification in December.  She has started implementing projects on the unit to improve patient outcomes and staff satisfaction.  She is enjoying the new job and will be getting married in 2016. 

 

LaToria Davis

Student

Student Degree

Bachelor of Science

Student Major

Nursing

The reason I chose UNCP’s nursing department is because of the reputation they uphold.  Compared to other nursing programs, UNCP has one of the highest passing rates for NCCLEX and the professors have a reputation throughout the community for caring for their students and providing education and knowledge that we are able to utilize throughout our nursing practice.

My most enjoyable experience in the program is actually going out into the clinical sites, working with clients, and providing client centered education while utilizing evidence based practice research.  Knowing that you have provided your client with essential education that can improve their lifestyle to enhance their quality of life.  

Jennifer W. Twaddell, PhD, MSN, RN

Faculty

Faculty Title

Director of Graduate Programs and RIBN Collaborative Coordinator

Faculty Department

Nursing

Educational Background: 

Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing from University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Master of Science in Nursing Education from Duke University

Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Radford University

 

Classes Taught:

Introduction to Professional Nursing

Health Assessment Across the Lifespan

 Family Nursing I

Family Nursing II

Advanced Nursing Concepts in Theory and Practice

Classroom Teaching and Integration of Technology

Measurement and Evaluation in Nursing Education

 

Scholarship Activities:

Project Director for the SouthCentral RIBN Collaborative

 

Committees:

University Graduate Council

University Conduct Grievance Panel

Department Testing Committee, Chair

Department Committee on Graduate Studies, Chair

 

Professional Activities: 

Cape Fear Valley Health System Board of Trustee

Steward of Children Facilitator

 

What do you enjoy about teaching at UNCP?

I enjoy the diverse student population. 

Marcus G. Oxendine

Student

Student Degree

Bachelor of Science

Student Major

Nursing

I chose to attend UNCP Nursing Program because I recently attended and graduated from the University in 2009 and I knew that this was a great school.  My most enjoyable moments at UNCP are getting to know some really great classmates, professors, and learning skills that will benefit others within the healthcare field. I have truly enjoyed my experience at UNCP.

Melonie Moody, MSN, RN

Faculty

Faculty Title

Director of the Clinical Learning Center

Faculty Department

Nursing

Educational Background:

Master of Science in Nursing; UNC Pembroke
Bachelor of Science in Nursing; UNC Pembroke

Classes taught:

Health Assessment

Presentations:

Will be co-presenting with Dr. Jennifer Johnson at the Drexel University’s EduSim Conference in March 2016 in Clearwater, Florida. “Utilizing Electronic Health Records and Simulation to Enhance Understanding of Nursing Practice and Clinical Decision Making Skills”

Committees:

UNCP Department of Nursing Pinning and Recognition Committee
Discover Nursing: Living, Learning, & Leading Community Committee
UNCP Go-To Faculty Member
UNCP Laboratory and Safety Committee

Service Activities:

Volunteer with a local HOSA chapter for various club activities

What do you enjoy about teaching at UNCP?

I am so honored to be a part of this wonderful nursing program. Being able to transition from the student role to an instructor has been great! I have enjoyed teaching health assessment and the labs. I look forward to teaching the RN-BSN students in the Spring.

Joyce Stanley, MSN/CNS, RN

Faculty

Faculty Title

Coordinator of the Learning Enhancement Center

Faculty Department

Nursing

Educational Background:

Clinical Nurse Specialist in Emergency and Trauma Care

Classes taught:

Fundamentals, Adult Health I and II, Leadership and Capstone

What do you enjoy about teaching at UNCP?

The student diversity is unlike any other UNC school in the system making our students unique. I like the challenge of assisting students to reach their full potential and the joy their success brings.

Brittany M. Threatt

Student

Student Degree

Bachelor of Science

Student Major

Nursing

Why I chose UNCP's Nursing Program:

I chose UNCP's Nursing Program because the nursing faculty were very helpful and cared about my future as a nurse. The nursing faculty at UNCP go above and beyond to help me reach my full potential as a nursing student, to help me think as a nurse, and prepare me for the nursing field. UNCP has a great clinical lab setting and an educated nursing staff that is always there to help. 

My most impacting moment was speaking to the freshman and sophomore class in Cypress Hall this semester. As a freshman and sophomore pursuing nursing, I would have appreciated a nursing student's perspective of the program. I enjoyed speaking to the freshman and sophomore class because I was able to inform and encourage them about nursing and the nursing program. I believe the students left the event with insight of the nursing program and what to expect. I would love to speak again. 

Articulation Agreement

Effective August 2015, a new articulation agreement has gone in effect.  Students may view the state-wide articulation agreement by clicking here.  The UNCP-specific articulation agreement can be viewed by clicking here.


In accordance with Section III, Subsection B, students may appeal transfer credit by following the process outlined in Appendix D. 

Guiding Principle: If a student from a North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS) college believes the terms of the RN to BSN AA have not been honored by a University of North Carolina (UNC) institution to which the student has been admitted, the student may invoke the RN to BSN AA Transfer Credit Appeal Procedure.

Steps in Filing an Appeal

By the last day of classes of the first semester for which admission is offered, the student must submit an RN to BSN Transfer Credit Appeal Form along with any supporting documentation to the Director of Admissions or other campus designee at the UNC campus to which the student has been admitted. Students first enrolling at the senior institution in a summer session must submit their appeal by the end of the subsequent fall semester.

The student must specify on the appeal form the specific RN to BSN AA language that is in contention. Appeals that lack this information will not be considered.

The Director of Admission or other campus designee will review the appeal and respond in writing (email or letter) to the student within 15 business days.

If the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Director of Admission or other campus designee, he/she may appeal on the same form to the Chief Academic Officer (Provost) of the specific University within 15 days of written notice of the director’s decision.

The Provost will review the appeal and respond in writing (email or letter) to the student within 15 business days of receiving the student’s appeal.

If the student is not satisfied with the decision of the Provost, he/she may appeal to the RNBSNTC subcommittee, composed of the Co-chairs, a representative from the UNC General Administration, and a representative from the NCCCS. The student must submit the appeal to the subcommittee within 15 days of the receipt of the Provost’s decision. The appeal to the RNBSNTC subcommittee should be sent to:
UNC-GA RN to BSN Transfer Committee
RN to BSN AA Appeal
PO Box 2688
Chapel Hill, NC 27515

If a consensus is reached by the subcommittee, the student will be notified within 15 business days; if a consensus resolution is not reached, the appefontal will be forwarded by the subcommittee to the full RNBSNTC within 10 business days. The RNBSNTC will review the appeal and notify the student of the final decision within 10 business days of receiving the appeal.

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