Anita Tesh, PHD, CEA-II, CNE, ANEF, RN
Associate Professor & Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Division and Undergraduate Program
Anita Tesh holds a doctorate in Educational Research, Measurement and Evaluation, with a minor in Mathematical Statistics. She holds MSN and BSN degrees in nursing, and is an NLN Certified Nurse Educator, a Fellow in the NLN Academy of Nursing Education, and was a 2011 Fellow in the AACN Leadership for Academic Nursing Program (LANP). Dr. Tesh has participated in projects in geriatrics and in nursing education funded by HRSA, and in health disparities from HHS and NIH. As part of research teams or dissertation committees, Dr. Tesh frequently contributes expertise on research design, assessment and measurement. Her current research interests include issues of health and social justice, with particular focus on geriatrics, end of life issues and access to nursing education.