Linda E Wolf, Ph.D., R.N., C.N.S., CNE
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 Title: Associate Professor
 Dept: Nursing
 Office: JH 256
 Phone: 216-687-3883
 Email: L.WOLF78@csuohio.edu
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. JH 256, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Second degree students, Culture, Stress
 
Education:
B.S., Nursing, Indiana University, 1973
M.S.N., Nursing, Kent State University, 1994
Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Education, Kent State University, 2007
 
Brief Bio:
Dr. Wolf began her career in nursing as a critical care nurse at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over the course of her career she has been employed in critical care; ambulatory care; and as a staff development coordinator. In addition she was a part-time clinical nursing instructor at Kent State University College of Nursing. In 2004, Dr. Wolf joined the faculty in the School of Nursing at Cleveland State University where she teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. She received her PhD from Kent State University in Curriculum and Instruction in 2007 and received certification as a Certified Nurse Educator in 2010.
 
Honors and Awards:
Awards
2012 Merit Recognition Award for Teaching.

2011 University Teaching Innovation Award- Lecture: From passive to active learning through technology. $12,000.00.

Faculty Mentoring Research Award for 3 years ($3,000.00 for faculty, $3,000.00 for mentor).
 
Creative and Activities:
2010 Visiting Scholar at St. Louis University College of Nursing Bangkok, Thailand and Khon Kaen University College of Nursing, Khon Kaen, Thailand.
 
Research Interests:
Accelerated BSN students and graduates
Culture and Diversity
Stress and coping
 
Teaching Areas:
Medical-surgical nursing
Fundamentals of nursing
Graduate theory and research
 
Professional Affiliations:
Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses
American Association of Critical Care Nurses
National League for Nursing
Ohio League for Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing
 
Professional Experience:
2004-present Cleveland State University, Cleveland, OH
2001-2002 UHHS Richmond Heights Hospital
1994-2001 Kent State University, Kent, OH
1986-2001 University Suburban Urgent Care Center, S. Euclid, OH
1983-1986 Medaccess Immediate Care Center, Euclid, OH
1979-1983 Lakewood Hospital, Lakewood, OH
1977-1979 Lorain Community Hospital, Lorain, OH
1976-1977 St. Vincent Hospital, Indpls, IN
1973-1976 Methodist Hospital of Indpls, Indpls, IN
 
University Service:
University Committees
2011-present Academic Steering Committee
2011-present Faculty Senator
2010-2011 University Library Committee
2009-2010                 University Petitions Committee

School of Nursing
2011-present School of Nursing Diversity Committee
2010-present Graduate Admissions, Progression and Standards Committee
2010-2011 School of Nursing Bargaining Council representative to AAUP
2010 Chair, Search Committee Assistant Professor
2010 Member, Search Committee Term Instructor
2010-present Co-Chair, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
2006-2010 Chair, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
2005-2006 Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee
2006-2009 Member, Undergraduate Admissions, Progression and Standards Committee
2008                  Chair, Search Committee Clinical Nursing Associate
2008                  Member, Search Committee Assistant/Associate Professor
2009┬┐present Graduate Curriculum Committee

College of Education, Health, and Human Services
2008-present     Member, Graduate Affairs Council
 
Community Service:
American Heart Association Training Center Faculty affiliated with University Case Medical Center
 
Research Grants:
Funding
Received $500.00 in funding from Nu Delta Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society for Nursing, Cleveland State University for Scholar visit to Thailand.  

Proposal Funded
A comparative study of depression between baccalaureate nursing students in Thailand, US, Taiwan, and Japan. (2007-2008). A study supported by Sigma Theta Tau Delta Xi ($2,000) and Kent State University Research Council ($2,500), and Ministry of Education, Japan ($40,000) (Total $45,500).  R. Ross (PI), L. Wolf, P. Boonyanurak, & L. Chiang-Hanisko.

Awards
2012 Merit Recognition Award for Teaching.

2011 University Teaching Innovation Award- Lecture: From passive to active learning through technology. $12,000.00.

Faculty Mentoring Research Award for 3 years ($3,000.00 for faculty, $3,000.00 for mentor).