Lynne McEnroe is CSE’s new faculty member in the Nursing Program, joining the staff in August. The adjustment to the new environment “is in progress, and it is very collegial.” The staff and faculty have been a tremendous support as I am learning the operational processes. Things are beginning to make sense as I transition into a different atmosphere,” stated Lynne McEnroe. As a new nursing faculty member, her duties are primarily teaching, along with service to the College.
Lynne McEnroe earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Rutgers University, Newark, She continued her education by earning two masters degree’s from Wayne State University, an MA in Human Development and an MSN in Community Health Nursing.
Lynne McEnroe started as a “travel spouse”, becoming a staff nurse in several states, New Jersey, Texas, Oklahoma and Michigan. She served as a Manager and Administrator of Home Care in Michigan and subsequently became a Re-search Compliance Officer at the VA Medical Center in Detroit. Shortly after that Lynne McEnroe became a Research Associate at UCLA, assisting with research in Kenya on The Feasibility of Grandmother’s Relactation. Her previous position, before coming to CSE, was as a professor at UMDNJ School of Nursing, a position she held since 2005. At UMDNJ she worked on a collaboration service project in the Dominican Republic with nursing students from CSE. In addition to her field experience Lynne McEnroe, an active member of Sigma Theta Tau (International Nursing Honor Society) has Board Certification as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Public/Community Health from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Before applying at CSE, Lynne McEnroe assumed she would be focused on providing In-Service Care to families within the community, but as she became more aware of the CSE mission she decided this was where she wanted to be. Her love for educating sparked her interest in returning to the classroom. Lynne McEnroe proudly stated,” The students are very engaged and have given me positive responses. They are very inquisitive, mature and confident.”