Ms. Donna Glaze is the holder of the Sister Jerome Crowley Professorship in Nursing.
She began her position as Assistant Professor of Nursing, Director of Nursing Technologies and Informatics, at the ULM School of Nursing in January 1999.
She received her BS at ULM in 1987 with a Family and Consumer Sciences major and achieved her MEd from ULM in 1989 with an Education Administration major.
Ms. Glaze has performed a large volume of non-credit instruction; contributed to professional periodicals; served as an invited book reviewer; given numerous presentations; participated in and secured contracts, grants, and sponsored research; produced digital instructional videos; and worked as a committee member, presenter, and advisor for various university projects.
She is an active volunteer in the community and on campus, notably as a Student Organization Advisor for the College of Health Sciences Student Council, as provider of technical assistance for the Student Nurses Association, and repeatedly as a mentor for the Emerging Scholars Program. Ms. Glaze offers technical support and computer expertise for a number of university organizations and departments.
She maintains a professional membership in the International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning and the International Society of Technology in Education. She regularly offers the students encouragement and professional advice, even serving as the Convocation Speaker for the Spring 2005 graduating class.
In addition, she is:
- a member of the University Electronic Learning Committee
- a member of the University Technology Steering Committee
- a member of the University Portal Planning Team
- Chair of the School of Nursing Resources and Technology Committee
About the Endowment:
The Sister Jerome Crowley Professorship in Nursing endowment was established to encourage and reward excellence in teaching, learning and research at ULM.