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About Ann Marie Evans

Ann Marie Evans, EdD, MSN, RN is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing at Sacred Heart University. Dr. Evans has been a registered nurse since 1989 and her experience in various fields of nursing include acute care for post-surgical cardiac patients, long term care, legal nurse consulting and nursing education.  Prior to joining Sacred Heart University, she was the Director of Professional Development & Education at Griffin Hospital where she was instrumental in establishing a shared governance model of professional practice.

Degrees: EdD Educational Leadership, University of Hartford, 2016; MSN, Patient Care Services Administration, Sacred Heart University, 2007; BSN, Southern Connecticut State University, 1989.
Certifications: Certified in Nursing Professional Development, American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Professional Experience: Director of Professional Development at Griffin Hospital, 2003-2011; Clinical Placement Coordinator, FNP Programs, Sacred Heart University, 2012-13. Experience with execution of a grant funded program analyzing nurses and their interactions with patients using computers at the bedside.


July 2013 - Present Clinical Assistant Professor Nursing, Sacred Heart University College of Nursing
January 2012 - July 2013 Clinical Placement Coordinator, Sacred Heart University College of Nursing

Curriculum Vitae


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Honors and Awards

  • 2011 Griffin Hospital Shirley Yale Scholarship Award
  • 2008 SHU College of Education & Health Professions Dean’s Leadership Award
  • 2007 Sigma Theta Tau (National Nursing Honor Society) Mu Delta Chapter, Sacred Heart University
  • 1989 Nursing Service Award, SCSU


  • RN to BSN Courses


2016 Ed.D. Education Leadership, University of Hartford
2007 M.S. Nursing, Sacred Heart University
1989 B.S. Nursing, Southern Connecticut State University

Contact Information

Nursing - Bachelor of Science: RN to BSN and RN to MSN
Ctr for Healthcare Education CHCE*N324
Dr. Susan L. Davis, R.N. and Richard J. Henley College of Nursing