Denton Campus Faculty

Suzanne Ackers

Ackers, Suzanne, RN, MS
Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor
ASB 122
sackers@twu.edu
940-898-2412

Education: BSN, Abilene Christian University; MS, Texas Woman’s University
Primary Teaching Area: Research and Introduction to Baccalaureate Nursing undergraduate courses

Maureen Brogan

Brogan, Maureen, APRN, MS, FNP-BC, WHNP-BC
Assistant Clinical Professor
ASB 116
mbrogan@twu.edu 
940-898-2988

Education: BSN, Southern Illinois University; MS, Texas Womans University
Primary Teaching Area: Family Nurse Practitioner clinical courses, Undergraduate transitions, Certified (ANCC, NCC) as a Family Nurse Practitioner and Women's Health Nurse Practitioner
Area of Expertise: Womens Health Care

Rachelle Campbell

Campbell, Rachelle, APRN, MSN, FNP-C
Assistant Clinical Professor
ASB 129
rcampbell2@twu.edu 
940-898-2426

Education: BS, University of Texas - Arlington; MS, Texas Womans University
Primary Teaching Area: Family Nurse Practitioner clinical courses, High Acuity undergraduate course

Louise Comer

Comer, LouiseRN, MS, CNE
Visiting Clinical Instructor
ASB 121
lcomer@twu.edu
940-898-2430

Education: BSN, University of Texas at Austin; MS, Texas Womans University
Primary Teaching Area: RN-BS program
Area of Expertise: Womans Health, Public Health Nursing, Nursing Education

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Cottrell, Damon B.DNP, APRN, FNP-C, CCNS, ACNS-BC
Assistant Dean, Clinical Professor
ASB 216N 
dcottrell@twu.edu (940) 898-2411

Education:Diploma, Baptist Memorial Hospital System School of Professional Nursing; BS, Texas Woman's University; MS, Texas Woman's University; DNP, Robert Morris University; Post-Master's Certificate, Indiana State University
Primary Teaching Area: Graduate: Family Nursing Practice
Area of Expertise: Gender & Sexual Minorities, Emergency/Urgent Care, Men's Health, Professional Aspects of Advanced Practice, Clinical Leadership, Mentoring

Anita Hufft

Hufft, AnitaPhD, RN
Dean and Professor
ASB 216
940-898-2401
ahufft@twu.edu

Education: BSN, University of Maryland; MN, Louisiana State University; PhD, Texas Woman's University

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Keele, Rebecca, PhD, RN, PHCNS-BC
Professor
ASB 124
rkeele@twu.edu
940-898-2456

Education: BSN, University of Central Arkansas; MS and PhD, University of Kansas. ANCC certified in Public Health Nursing as a Clinical Nurse Specialist.
Primary Teaching Area: Nursing research, nursing policy, nursing instrumentation, health promotion
Area of Expertise: Promoting physical activity and healthy eating for vulnerable populations such as the homeless and Hispanics in underserved populations with diabetes

Mikyoung Lee

Lee, Mikyoung, PhD, RN
Associate Professor
ASB 126 
MikyoungLee@twu.edu
940-898-2424

Education: BSN, Kyungpook National University, South Korea; MSN, Kyungpook National University, South Korea; PhD, University of Iowa; Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Iowa; Graduate Certificate in Nursing Informatics, University of Iowa
Primary Teaching Area: Doctoral Programs
Area of Expertise: Nursing administration and Nursing informatics, including Nursing effectiveness research, Nursing information systems, Standardized nursing terminologies (SNTs), Workload measurements, Nursing quality measurements, Evidence-based practices, Hand-off, Personal health record, Consumer health informatics

Fuquin Liu

Liu, Fuqin, PhD, RN
Associate Professor
ASB 118
fliu@twu.edu,
940-898-2420

Education: BSN, Adventist University of the Philippines; MS, Loma Linda University; PhD, University of Washington
Primary Teaching Area: Masters Core Courses and PhD Courses
Area of Expertise: Preconception Health and Care, Fertility Control, Intimate Partner Violence, Pregnancy Outcomes

Peggy Mancuso

Mancuso, Peggy, PhD, CNM, RN
Professor, Associate Dean for Research
216E
pmancuso@twu.edu
940-898-2425

Education: BSN, Tulsa University; MSN, University of Texas - Arlington; PhD, Texas Womans University; Post PhD, Parkland School of Nurse Midwifery
Primary Teaching Area: Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP): Outcomes, Practicum, Capstone, Informatics, Individual Studies, Technology-Enhanced Health Promotion
Area of Expertise: Women’s Health, DNP Education, Technology-Enhanced Health Promotion, Inter-Professional Education

Elizabeth Restropo

Restrepo, Elizabeth, RN, PhD
Associate Clinical Professor
ASB 124
erestrepo@twu.edu
940-898-2415

Education: BSN, Old Dominion University - Norfolk, Virginia; MSN, Medical College of Virginia, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia; PhD, Texas Womans University
Primary Teaching Area: Masters and Doctoral Programs
Area of Expertise: Perinatal safety, Cardiovascular disease in women, and Outcomes measurement

Becky Spencer

Spencer, BeckyPhD, MSN, RN, IBCLC
Assistant Professor
ASB 120
bspencer@twu.edu
940-898-2406

Education: BSN, University of Cincinnati; MSN, Research College of Nursing - Kansas City, MO; PhD, University of Kansas
Primary Teaching Area: Masters and Doctoral programs
Area of Expertise: Breastfeeding, Maternal and Child Health, and Health Disparities

Jo-Ann Stankus

Stankus, Jo-Ann, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor and Coordinator for the RN-BS/MS Program
ASB 124
stankus@twu.edu
940-898-2434

Education: BSN, University of the Incarnate Word; MSN, University of Texas at Arlington; MA, Texas Womans University; PhD, University of North Texas
Primary Teaching Area: Online RN to BS program
Area of Expertise: Teaching and Design Strategies for Online Education, Student Readiness for University Learning

Thomson, Anne

Thomson, Anne, PhD, APRN
Assistant Clinical Professor
ASB 122
athomson@twu.edu
940-898-2438

Education: BSN, University of Kansas; MSN/FNP, University of Texas at Arlington; PhD, Texas Womans University
Primary Teaching Area: Family Nurse Practitioner

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