Carolyn Mosley

 

Dean of the College of Health Sciences

 

As the dean of the College of Health Sciences, Dr. Carolyn Mosley is charged with the task of promoting education opportunities for career advancement, employment mobility and lifelong learning. She has been at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith since 2006, where she originally served as the associate dean of the College of Health Sciences and the Director of the Bachelor of Science in nursing program.

 

She boasts over 39 years of experience as a registered nurse and 33 years of experience as a nursing educator, specializing in psychiatric and mental health nursing. She previously served as the associate dean of the school of nursing at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing in New Orleans. 

 

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Update on the College of Health Sciences

The College of Health Sciences has a rich history of offering quality, innovative programs in an atmosphere that is learner-centered and future-oriented. Degree programs share a common goal of integrating theory and technology in classroom, laboratory and clinical settings. Learn more about how the college prepares students for a frequently-changing work environment. 

Carolyn Mosley