Stephanie Hopp

Stephanie Hopp, MSN-RN, CPN

Assistant Professor
Undergraduate Nursing

Contact Info

Stephanie Hopp, MSN-RN, CPN has been a member of the Clarkson College community since 2010 and has taught in the Undergraduate Nursing program since then. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and a Master’s degree in Nursing Education from Nebraska Wesleyan University. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in Healthcare Education and Leadership from Clarkson College.

Ms. Hopp is active at the College through her service work with Faculty Senate as well as Critical Success Factor and Institutional Review Board committees. In 2021, she earned the Dr. Patricia Book Perry Teaching in Excellence Award and in 2019 earned the Excellence in Teaching Award from the National Society of Leadership and Success.


NS 116 – Introduction of Professional Nursing Cencepts and Clinical Judgement
NS 126 – Foundational Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Clinical Application
NS 345 – Family-Centered Nursing Care of Children: Clinical Application 

Scholarly Works (Selected)

“Introduction to Concepts and Clinical Judgment” Clarkson College Undergraduate Nurse Faculty Meeting, January 2021 

“Doctor of Healthcare Education and Leadership (EdD) Virtual Information Session” Informative event for potential Clarkson College doctoral students, November 2020

“Tool-Kits and Take-Aways: The Wellness Wheel in Action” The Ohio State’s Summit on Promoting Well-Being and Resilience in Healthcare Professionals, October 2020

“An Evidence-Based Approach to Self-Care of the Healthcare Professional and Healthcare Student.” Clarkson College Faculty Development Day, December 2019.

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