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Friday, May 12, 2017


Mary Dinger
BRADFORD, Pa. – Mary Dinger, assistant professor of nursing at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford, received the university’s 2017 Chairs’ Faculty Teaching Award for excellence in teaching during Honors Convocation held recently

Dinger is a Pitt-Bradford alumna who returned to her alma mater as an adjunct faculty member, then joined the full-time faculty in 2003.

She teaches predominantly in the first year of the Associate of Science in Nursing program.

“She enjoys developing a rapport with her nursing students and looks forward to helping them become compassionate, talented and dedicated nurses who will work in an ever-changing health care system,” said Dr. Steven Hardin, vice president and dean of academic affairs.

Hardin added that Dinger consistently receives high teaching evaluation scores from her students and has a reputation for being friendly, relaxed and organized in the classroom.

Dinger has worked in long-term care and hospital-based settings. She maintains her license as a registered nurse, certified registered nurse practitioner and certified family nurse practitioner.

In addition to her duties on campus, she is a part-time certified nurse practitioner at a gastroenterology clinic. She has also worked at the clinic at Kane Community Hospital and the Lutheran Home in Kane.

Dinger also serves as co-chair of the committee for the Steven Jerman Memorial Scholarship, named in memory of her father, a police officer who was killed in the line of duty in 1999.


Anonymous said...

She is definitely well deserving of this award! Mary is an amazing professor and nurse. She is approachable and able to help students through the stressful courses to become a nurse!! I would take her as a professor again any day!

Anonymous said...

Way to go, Mary! Beth Zwerin

Me said...

Yeah Mary!!!