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Indiana University (IU) Kokomo recently announced the appointment of Susan Hendricks as dean of the School of Nursing, leading the undergraduate and graduate programs. Hendricks began her career at IU Kokomo as a nurse educator and continued teaching for 18 years. She looks forward to being a part of the continued growth of the IU Kokomo School of Nursing in her new leadership role as dean.
Prior to her appointment as dean, Hendricks was associate dean for undergraduate programs for the IU School of Nursing. She is also a member of IU’s Faculty Academy on Excellence in Teaching and won a Trustee’s Teaching Award while at IU Kokomo.
Mark Canada, executive vice chancellor for academic affairs, tells Newsroom.IUK.edu, “Susan is an experienced administrator who has been recognized for both her teaching and her service. She comes to a very successful School of Nursing, which is poised for even more success. The future looks bright.”
Hendricks earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks; Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee; and EdD in adult and community education from Ball State University.
To learn more about Susan Hendricks’ appointment as dean of the IU Kokomo School of Nursing, visit here.
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