Veronica Robinson, MSN, RN
Professor Robinson is a Lecturer III in the School of Nursing at the University of Michigan – Flint since September 2014.
She has a MSN in nursing and majored in nursing education and nursing administration at Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan.
Professor Robinson is clinical nursing faculty for Accelerated Second Degree students in Adult Nursing Care I course (NUR 240), and Adult Nursing Care II (NUR 340), in the BSN program. She is currently lead faculty for Basic Nursing Concepts/Skills (NUR 120). She has also taught Health Assessment (NUR 202).
Additionally, she has taught the clinical portion of Community Health Nursing for RNs (NUR 412) in the RN-BSN program.
Professor Robinson is the Student Success Coordinator for students in the BSN program. In this position she works one-on-one with student who may require additional assistance with the nursing program.
RESEARCH AND SCHOLARSHIP
Professor Robinson was co-investigator for research on "Diabetic Foot Care in Long-Term Care Facilities."
Her poster “Overview of Collaborative Efforts between Local Health Nursing and Local University during the Flint Water Crisis” was on display during the 2017 Genesee County Health Department Public Health Conference.
She has offered to be co-chair for students in the DNP Scholarly Research Projects for graduate students.
Professor Robinson is interim chair on the Undergraduate Student Success Committee. She also is an active member on the Undergraduate Admissions Committee, and the Undergraduate Faculty Committee. She was faculty advisor for students in the BSN43 cohort.
She is an active member of the Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing-Pi Delta Chapter. She is also a charter member of Iota Chi Chi, Flint chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Incorporated. She is on the Board of Managers of My Brother’s Keeper shelter for men and member of Hurley School of Radiologic Technology Program Advisory Committee.