Professor Mary Stedman
Areas of Expertise:
- Sub-acute rehabilitation and Gerontology
- Nursing education
- Transitional education programs
Professor Mary Stedman has taught at Farmingdale State for over 30 years. In 2005 Professor Stedman was named associate chairperson and coordinator of the LPN programs. She has expertise in Pharmacology, gerontology and sub-acute rehabilitation. She teaches a variety of nursing courses including Medical Surgical Nursing, Clinical Pharmacology, and PN to RN Transition Course. She created and adapted these courses to be taught on-line.
Professor Stedman has made over 15 presentations at regional, state and national meetings and workshops. She has received national attention as an expert in the field of the “Integration of Technical and Academic Education,” an innovative curriculum which prepares high school students to enter college-level technical degree programs.
Professor Mary Stedman earned her RN at Mary Immaculate Hospital School of Nursing, her BSN at Molloy College, and her MSN at Adelphi University. She has also received her Post Master’s Certificate as a certified Nurse Practitioner in Adult Health from Stony Brook University and was inducted into Sigma Theta Tau, the International Honor Society of Nursing in 1997. Professor Stedman received certification as a Nurse Educator in November 2005 and passed the first Certification Exam given by the National League for Nursing. In 2003, she received the Farmingdale State Alumni Association Award for Excellence in Education and was the recipient of the Chancellors Award for Excellence in Teaching.
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