College of Health Sciences
Susan Wilhelm received her PhD in Adult Learning and Technology from the University of Wyoming in 2002. She has just begun serving as an Assistant Professor in the Master’s of Nursing Education Program at Walden University. Dr. Wilhelm has taught in a baccalaureate nursing program for over 30 years. Her expertise area is maternal-child nursing. She has been teaching in an integrated concept based curriculum for seven years. She has also been a faculty consultant to facilitate the transition to concept based curriculum for faculty across the nation. She has taught masters of nursing education courses as well. Dr. Wilhelm has a passion for teaching nursing students and mentoring new faculty. Dr. Wilhelm has conducted intervention studies to promote breastfeeding in rural, Hispanic, and Native American mothers. She has also served as an Assistant Dean for 13 years.
She currently has an RN license through the state of Nebraska, #36274 renewed 11/1/2018.