Professor Schneider has been an active affiliate of Carroll University for 5 years. She began her teaching career in the nursing lab as a BSN, and it was here that she developed a passion for teaching. After 20 years of ICU nursing at Waukesha Memorial Hospital, she returned to graduate school to pursue her dream of becoming a nursing professor. She has experience teaching in each level of the nursing program, but will focus on junior and senior level Medical Surgical and Community nursing with this position. She brings to Carroll University new ideas and enthusiasm of an innovative nurse educator.
Areas of Specialization
Intensive Care Nursing, Nursing Education
Honors and Awards
Active member of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honors Society
Vice President of Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honors Society Tau Mu chapter
What should students know about you?
My passion for nursing developed later in my nursing career and was fueled by the excitement and passion of the Carroll Nursing students. My enthusiasm for nursing education can be felt by each of the students and faculty I interact with. I am a very animated teacher, who has been known to dance out examples of different heart rhythms. I understand that learning is a continuous endeavor, especially in the nursing profession and I strive to empower students with the tools for this journey. Although I am more seasoned in the nursing profession, I treat each student like the colleagues that we will soon be and I relish the learning journey we are taking together. Nursing is a special vocation that allows you to be a part of some of the best and worst times for people. I strive to teach students to relish this gift and use the skills learned at Carroll University to make a difference in the world around them.