Sue Hall

Sue Hall, Ed.D., MSN, RN

Assistant Professor
Undergraduate Nursing

Contact Info

Sue Hall, Ed.D., MSN, RN, became a faculty member at Clarkson College in 2016. She earned her Associates degree from the University of Nebraska College of Nursing, Bachelor’s degree from College of St. Mary’s, and Master’s and doctoral degrees from Nebraska Methodist College.  

Along with teach, Dr. Hall currently servs on the Personnel Committee and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) curriculum committee. During her time at the College, she helped develop courses including NS 355 Concepts Course and has served as the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to BSN Coordinator. She also assisted in the development of NS 349 Pathways to Success and NS 346 Evidence-Based Inquiry courses.

Outside the college, Dr. Hall serves as a board member for Community Alliance She recently completed her dissertation focusing on mental health education to help make a positive impact toward the understanding of mental health in our community. Dr. Hall is also a member of the American Nurse Association and Sigma Theta Tau. 


NS 341 - Behavioral Health Clinical- Course Co-Coordinator
NS 346 - Evidence-Based Inquiry
NS 355 - Concepts of Professional Practice LPN-BSN Online Course-Course Coordinator

Words of Wisdom

You determine your own path to your education and dreams. Sometimes that path is smooth, while at other times it seems difficult to achieve because of other life obligations. Take time to build a good foundation for your learning and give yourself room to grow. Along the way, give yourself credit for all you are doing in your life as a spouse, a mother/father, daughter/son, or as a friend. Be grateful for your achievements and recognize that you are just beginning to build your path. Have trust that you will get there! 

Scholarly Works (Selected)

Doctorate Quantitative Research Capstone: Can A School-Based Mental Health Education Program Increase Pre-Adolescent Mental Health Knowledge and Improve Attitudes Toward Mental Illness? August 2019.

Master’s Thesis: Level of Hope Among Older Adults Residing in Assisted Living Facilities. December 2005.

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