ASU Names New Nursing Chair - SanAngeloLive.com
Dr. Wrennah Gabbert, who previously spent 10 years on Angelo State University’s nursing faculty, has returned to ASU as the new chair of the Nursing Department, effective June 1 for the upcoming fall semester.
A professional specialist in the ASU Nursing Department from 1997-2007, Gabbert has spent the last six years at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, filling various teaching and administrative posts at the TTUHSC School of Nursing in Lubbock and TTUHSC Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing in El Paso. Most recently, she served as a professor and the senior associate academic dean for the School of Nursing at the TTUHSC El Paso campus. At ASU, she will replace Dr. Susan Wilkinson as chair of the Nursing Department.
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