Renee Gieswein is a full time Instructor of Nursing, teaching clinical in the ADN program and assisting in lab and theory portions of the program. She is nationally certified as a Maternal Newborn Nurse (MNN) and received the Outstanding Graduate Award in the Nurse Education Track from Drexel University. Renee has over twenty years’ experience as a bedside nurse in a variety of clinical areas including Women’s Health, Emergency Department and Telemetry. She continues to maintain her clinical skills working per diem in the Intensive Care Nursery at Pennsylvania Hospital. During her time at Pennsylvania Hospital, Renee was a founding member of the hospital’s Shared Governance Night Council and the inaugural Chair. Renee has co-presented posters at the 2016 Magnet Nursing Conference and at the 2017 Relationship Based Care Conference on her work as part of the night council. Renee is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Nu Chapter, the American Nurses Association and the National League for Nursing. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Education at Wilmington University. Renee’s current areas of interests are in areas of clinical education, simulation and preparing nurses to transition to the role of instructor. Outside of nursing, Renee lives in Monroeville, NJ with her husband, two daughters and several pets. Renee volunteers as a leader with the Salem County 4-H and looks forward to the Salem County Fair each year.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing from University of Pennsylvania
Master of Science in Nursing with focus on Nursing Education and Faculty Role from Drexel University
Currently enrolled in Doctor of Education in Higher Education Leadership at Wilmington University