About Katrice Ziefle, PhD, RN, CNE
Katrice Ziefle is a Professor of nursing at St. Catherine University. She completed her Masters of Nursing Education at Bethel University and PhD in Nursing Education at Capella University. Dr. Ziefle’s research interests include generational theory and the impact of the environment on learning, specifically civility in nursing. Her teaching experience includes associate degree nursing, entry-level master’s degree nursing and doctor of nursing practice. Dr. Ziefle has a passion for teaching and learning strategies in nursing education and works to engage students at every level.
|Present||Associate Professor, Nursing, St. Catherine University ‐ Nursing Department|
|2005 - 2014||Faculty Member, Minneapolis Community and Technical College|
Honors and Awards
- Daisy Award for Nursing Faculty 2017, 2018
- NURS 8520: Advanced Evidence-based Practice
- NURS 8535: Leadership in Organizations and Systems
- NURS 8500: Underpinnings of the Discipline of Nursing
- NURS 6063: Evidence-based Practice
|2014||Ph.D., Capella University, Minneapolis, Minnesota ‐ Education|
|2005||MA, Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota ‐ Nursing Education|
|1997||BSN, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, Wisconsin ‐ Nursing|
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