Director, Center for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Nursing
Health & Community Systems
Dr. Amy Bowser currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the Department of Health and Community Systems and the Director of the Center for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Nursing (CSTLN). She brings her passion for quality teaching and effective learning to Nursing Education. She teaches two graduate nursing education courses: The Art and Science of Teaching and Learning and Measurement and Evaluation in Teaching. These courses support nurses selecting to pursue Nursing Faculty positions. Dr. Bowser also supports faculty pursuing research in nursing education. In addition, the CSTLN provides resources and support to advance nursing education research in simulation and faculty’s interests. Over the years, Dr. Bowser has focused on the school of nursing accreditation, evaluating programs and curricula and student learning outcomes. Her scholarship work addresses nursing students learning environments and the development of competency-based performance tools to assess student learning.