Dr. Robb joined Cedar Crest College in 2000 from Lehigh Valley Health Network. She was named the director of the graduate nursing program in 2008 and the department chair in 2012. She has received numerous awards for excellence in nursing, nursing education and scholarship. She has an extensive list of local and international presentations to her credit centered on complementary therapy research and nursing education.
Dr. Robb was instrumental in the initial accreditation of Cedar Crest’s master of science in nursing program and the College’s partnership with The Reading Hospital and Medical Center.
A first-generation college graduate and an advocate for higher education for nurses, Dr. Robb achieved her associate degree in nursing from Gwynedd Mercy University. Once licensed, she worked the night shift at Lehigh Valley Hospital’s Shock Trauma Unit and continued classes toward a bachelor of science degree in nursing (BSN) during the day. It took her three years to complete her BSN and another two years to earn her master of science in nursing from DeSales University. In 2006, she was accorded a doctor of philosophy in nursing from Widener University.
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Widener University: Ph.D., Nursing
DeSales University: M.S.N., Nursing
Gwynedd Mercy University: B.S.N., Nursing
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Wendy Robb Named to Hazel and Walter May Nursing Endowed Chair
Cedar Crest College online
Cedar Crest College has named Wendy J. Robb PhD. RN. CNE to its newly funded $1.25 million Hazel and Walter May Endowed Chair for Excellence in Nursing. Dr. Robb is chair of Cedar Crest’s department of nursing and, until recently, was the director of the College’s graduate nursing program...
Cedar Crest College and Reading Hospital and Medical Center offer M.S.N. Program to Reading Area Nurses
“The M.S.N degree opens a lot of doors for nurses,” said Wendy Robb, Chair of Cedar Crest’s Nursing Department and director of the graduate nursing program. “The degree offers more opportunities for nurses who are looking for those leadership and management positions in the field that a B.S.N. degree just cannot provide.”...
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