Emily Day, M.P.H., B.S.N., R.N.
Assistant Professor of Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Animal Science, Pennsylvania State University
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Rutgers University – UMDNJ
Master of Public Health in Epidemiology, Drexel University
Albert Schweitzer Fellowship
Physical Assessment; Pharmacology; Pathophysiology; Nursing Research
How Your Program Is Unique:
Our faculty fosters a culture of personal attention and mutual consultation to train future nursing leaders to be competent in empathy and compassion as a demonstration of their commitment to Christ.
I was brought up knowing the Lord, but into adulthood there were things in my life I refused to relinquish. To this day, I am still continuing on my journey of learning to completely surrender my life to Christ, handing over every ambition and desire.
Favorite Bible Verse:
So humble yourselves under the mighty power of God, and at the right time he will lift you up in honor.
1 Peter 5:6 (NLT)
What You Enjoy Most About Teaching At Crown:
This is a school that can change lives. I watched this place transform my brother, and I was more than happy to move halfway across the country to join the Lord’s progressive intention for Crown.
What Students Say About Your Classes:
I hope they say that we work hard, while also enjoying a gratifying sense of classroom community.
Day, E. R., Lefkowitz, D. K., Marshall, E. G., & Hovinga, M. (2010). Utilizing United States Coast Guard Data to Calculate Incidence Rates and Identify Risk Factors for Occupational Fishing Injuries in New Jersey. Journal Of Agromedicine, 15(4), 357. doi:10.1080/1059924X.2010.510104