Kassie McKenny

Kassie McKenny, MSN, RN, CNE

Associate Professor
Undergraduate Nursing

Contact Info

Kassie McKenny, MSN, RN, CNE, came to Clarkson College as a faculty member in 2004. She earned her Associates and Bachelor’s degrees in Nursing from College of St. Mary and her Master’s degree in Nursing Education from Clarkson College. She is currently enrolled in the Healthcare Education and Leadership doctoral program at the College.

Ms. McKenny has served as a member of the Clarkson College Alumni Association Board and in several leadership capacities at the Nebraska League of Nursing. In 2017, Ms. McKenny earned the March of Dimes Academic Excellence award for outstanding work in nursing education. She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau National Nursing Honors Society and the National Society of Leadership and Success.

Ms. McKenny is active in the community as a volunteer in children’s ministry at her church as well as with the Millard West Girls Lacrosse and Russell Middle School organizations.


NS 125 - Foundation Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Theory
NS 126 - Foundation Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Clinical
NS 473 - Preceptorship: Clinical Capstone

Words of Wisdom

Be sure to ask for help from faculty-we want you to be successful.

Scholarly Works (Selected)

Authored, Nursing education article, “Using an On-line Video to Teach Nursing Skills”, Teaching and Learning in Nursing, October 2011.

Presentation, “Authoring Books on the iPad”, Clarkson College Faculty Development, December 2012.

Power Point Presentation, “Writing for Publication”, Clarkson College Faculty Development, December 2010.

Poster Presentation, “Objective Measurement of Student Clinical Performance”, Nebraska Nurses Association 2007 Convention.

Power Point Presentation, “Teaching How to Teach Series: Teaching in Clinical and Lab Courses”, Clarkson College Faculty Development, August 2005 and December 2006.

Effectiveness of a Teaching Strategy Using an On-line Sterile Dressing Change Video Presentation to Beginning Nursing Students to Measure Knowledge Retention and Skill Performance MSN Capstone Project April 2007.

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