College of Health Sciences
Sandra L. Cole received her Doctorate of Education with Specialization in Adult and Post-secondary Education in December of 2012. Professionally, Sandra has been a Registered Nurse for over 25 years with experience working in the emergency room, United States Embassy in Lima, Peru, as a public health nurse, and as the executive director of the Children’s Advocacy Project in Casper, Wyoming. She has three years of teaching experience at Casper College as a clinical instructor and nursing skills laboratory faculty and as an instructor for the accelerated BSN program at the University of Wyoming where she taught public and community health nursing and shared instruction of medical-surgical and obstetrics nursing. She began teaching part time for Walden University in the RN-BSN program in the summer of 2012 and became full-time faculty in the summer of 2015. Sandra has conducted a statewide survey about the job satisfaction of public health staff nurses and managers, and completed a quantitative study regarding succession planning among the directors of a rural public health office.