Nancy Lugo-Baez

Registered nurse since 1994. Worked in acute care hospital nursing as a staff nurse in labor/delivery/recovery/postpartum and medical surgical nursing. Began career as a nurse educator in 2003 and have taught many subjects in the baccalaureate nursing program first at a small Mennonite liberal arts college and now at Newman since 2014. Courses taught include Maternal/Newborn, Leadership, and Research/Evidence Based Practice. Married with 3 children and 3 grandchildren


Kansas Newman College

Associate Degree Nursing, 1994


Southwestern College 

Bachelor's Degree Nursing, 1999


Fort Hays State University

Master's Degree Nursing - Administration, 2011


American Sentinel University

Doctor of Nursing Practice - Educational Leadership, 2016

  • Nursing research/evidence based practice Maternal
  • Newborn nursing Professional Development
  • Leadership

  • Nursing Education
  • Diversity in Nursing
  • Professionalism in Nursing

  • Co-Presenter Epsilon Gamma at Large Chapter Evidence Based Nursing Conference
  • Increasing Hispanic Representation in Nursing-Spring 2015 KSNA Membership Assembly
  • Attitudes of Associate Degree Nursing Students Toward the Value of Completing the Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing
  • Fall 2016 Poster Presentation at Chi Eta Chapter Event
  • Attitudes of Associate Degree Nursing Students Toward the Value of Completing the BSN in Nursing
  • Spring 2018 Chapter Reviewer: Maternal Newborn Success: A Course Review Applying Critical Thinking to Test Taking. F.A Davis. Summer 2012

  • Member Epsilon Gamma at Large Chapter of Sigma
  • Member ANA/KSNA KSNA
  • Education Committee Member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church and involved in several ministries.
Associate Professor of Nursing
School of Healthcare Professions
316-942-4291 ext. 2266
Office: EH227
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