Rhonda Roxanne Rash received her Ed.D in Counseling Psychology from the University of Sarasota/Argosy University in 2001; she received her Master of Science in Nursing with a focus on Gerontology from the University of Delaware in 1993. Dr. Rash has been a nursing faculty member at Cecil College since 1990; she currently serves as the Assistant Director of Nursing and has served in this role since 2017. Dr. Rash is currently a contributing faculty in the MSN SP Nurse Educator program at Walden University. She holds a registered nurse license in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania; she also has been a Certified Nurse Educator since 2008. Dr. Rash has presented on the topics of elder sexuality and complementary and alternative modalities.
NURS 6050N - Policy & Advocacy for Pop Hlth
Doctor of Naturopathy for Healthcare Providers, Clayton College of Natural Health
EdD, University of Sarasota/Argosy University
MS, University of Delaware
BSN, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
University of Delaware Physical Therapy Department, Guest Speaker -
Awards / Honors
Faculty Excellence Award, Kaplan, 2013
Rash, R. (1995). Common Myths about Elder Sexuality. New Horizons
Rash, R. (1997). Helping and Hindering Elder Sexual Expression. New Horizons
Rash, R., Horton, C. (2017). Bringing NLN, QSEN, and program competencies together for objective clinical grading.
Rash, R. (2000). Synthesis of Concept Mapping and Neuman Systems Model in Nursing Education. AFACCT