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About Linda Wolf

Dr. Wolf began her career in nursing as a critical care nurse at Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana. Over the course of her career she has been employed in critical care; ambulatory care; and as a staff development coordinator. In addition she was a part-time clinical nursing instructor at Kent State University College of Nursing. In 2004, Dr. Wolf joined the faculty in the School of Nursing at Cleveland State University where she teaches in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs. She received her PhD from Kent State University in Curriculum and Instruction in 2007 and received certification as a Certified Nurse Educator in 2010.


Present Associate Professor, Cleveland State University


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Honors and Awards

  • 2016 Merit Recognition Award for Teaching
  • 2014 Merit Recognition Award for Teaching
  • 2013 Merit Recognition Award for Teaching
  • 2012 Merit Recognition Award for Teaching
  • 2011 University Teaching Innovation Award- Lecture: From passive to active learning through technology. $12,000.00
  • Faculty Mentoring Research Award for 3 years ($3,000.00 for faculty, $3,000.00 for mentor)


2007 PhD, Kent State University ‐ Curriculum and Instruction
1994 MSN, Kent State University ‐ School of Nursing
1973 BA, Indiana University ‐ Nursing

Contact Information

Office: JH 268
Phone: 216-687-3883


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