Assistant Professor of Nursing
- MNSc- University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
- BSN- Arkansas State University
- Critical Care
- Peer instruction and support
- Determinants of student retention/success
- American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN)
- Sigma Theta Tau International
- National Student Nurses’ Association-Sustaining Member
Mrs. Fleming’s nursing education began with the completion of a Bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) in 2013 from Arkansas State University. While a student at ASU, she was very involved with the Student Nurses’ Association. She served as a local and state officer. She was also the Lead Peer Instructor in the Clinical Learning Lab. This is where she first developed her passion for teaching. After graduation, she worked in the critical care setting, primarily caring for cardiac patients. While she enjoyed bedside nursing, she knew that teaching was ultimately what she wanted to do. While pursuing her Master’s degree, she came on as full-time faculty at Arkansas State University in the fall of 2016 as a clinical instructor. She received her Master of Nursing Science degree with an emphasis in Nursing Administration and Nursing Education from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in 2017. Mrs. Fleming began her current position as an Assistant Professor of Nursing in the fall of 2017. Currently, she teaches in the traditional BSN, 2nd degree accelerated BSN, and RN-BSN online programs.
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