4601 Central Ave
Columbus, Indiana 47203
Professor Stewart has had experience teaching nursing 1 and nursing 3 students at Spalding University in downtown Louisville Kentucky. She has also been involved with teaching junior students at IUPUC. Professor Stewart believes that a well-rounded education in the classroom and at the clinical sites are essential to prepare our future nurses. Hands-on clinical experiences are necessary when making connections to concepts from the lecture setting. Professor Stewart hopes to challenge students and allow them to find their own passion when it comes to the nursing profession. She is honored to be a part of a noble profession and pass her experience on to her students.
Professor Stewart grew up in Batesville Indiana. She spent 8 years in Muncie Indiana where she met her husband Jefferson at Ball State. Professor Stewart worked at IU Ball Memorial Hospital for 4 years and then moved to Columbus Indiana. She currently works PRN for Columbus Regional Health in the resource pool. Staying connected to the bedside and the community is important for Professor Stewart. In Spring 2021, Professor Stewart started as an adjunct for IUPUC and will be starting as a full-time professor August 2021. In addition to nursing and teaching, she loves being a mom to two children. She is also passionate about cooking, traveling, and music. Professor Stewart also enjoys spending time outside with her friends and family.
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