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Professor of Nursing Selected for the National League for Nursing/Johnson & Johnson Faculty Leadership Mentoring Program
Mary Lou Bond, PhD, RN, CNE, ANEF, FAAN Distinguished Teaching Professor at UT Arlington School of Nursing has been selected as a faculty mentor in the National League for Nursing (NLN) Johnson & Johnson Faculty Leadership and Mentoring Program.
Dr. Bond is the co-founder and co-director of the Center for Hispanic Studies in Nursing and Health and previously held the associate dean’s position for the baccalaureate and doctoral programs. She has recently been named Assistant to the Dean for Faculty Development and is currently the Assistant Director of the Center for Nursing Scholarship and Technology and the Samuel T. Hughes Professor of Nursing.
The mentorship program, which began in 2007, pairs five early and mid-career faculty members with five NLN Academy of Nursing Education fellows who are recognized leaders in nursing education. The competitive and selective application process matches protégés and mentors based on their interests and experience.
Over a twelve-month period, these 5 pairs of protégés and mentors will work together on individual leadership development as well as a group projects to be presented at the 2010 NLN Education Summit. The program aims to help transform the future of nursing education by creating leadership opportunities for nurse educators and building diversity in the nurse educator workforce.
For more information on the NLN Foundation Faculty Leadership & Mentoring Program, visit NLN's website
Oct 30, 2009