Faye Milne, MSN, RN
Office: Wiegand 208
DNP in Educational Leadership from American Sentinel University
MSN, Master of Science in Nursing Education, South University, School of Nursing, 2011
BSN, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Florida International University, 1989
ASN, Associate of Science in Nursing, Miami-Dade Community College
Faye Milne has been teaching nursing at Barry University since 2001. Ms. Milne started as a part-time lab faculty member, working with junior level nursing students in the Nursing Resource Center, helping to build the foundations of nursing practice for these students. Ms. Milne has been a full-time faculty member since 2011. She teaches entry level students the essentials and foundations of professional nursing. Dr. Milne truly enjoys opening student’s minds and spirits to the wonderful world of nursing while creating ways to engage learners and make learning fun.
Faye Milne participated in research project examining perceptions of nurses regarding the influenza vaccine and was published. Dr. Milne’s research proposal for her graduate degree involved the perceptions of nurses of smartphones in the healthcare environment. Her DNP project examined the impact of an innovative online orientation’s on first semester nursing student attrition rates. Other areas of interest for some possible research include examining better uses of technology to enhance student learning.