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Heidi B. McCaulley

Instructor of Nursing
Academic Background
Master of Science in Nursing, Nursing Education Candidate, Western Governor's University
Master of Arts in Counseling/Psychology (Dance/Movement Therapy, Columbia College Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Clemson University
Heidi B. McCaulley

What classes do you teach at Anderson

Mental Health Nursing, Fundamental Skills of Nursing

What year did you start teaching at AU


Why teach at AU?

I strive to integrate Christianity into all aspects of my life and am delighted to be able to share this with nursing students I teach and mentor at Anderson University. This is a unique opportunity to live fully in my call to serve others through nursing, therapeutic intervention, and education. I believe each one of us has gifts to share. I work to recognize these gifts, allowing God to teach me how best to use them in my work with students and beyond. It is my desire to work and grow in an environment where my faith in Jesus Christ may be expressed and integrated without hesitation, modeling for students how to live fully in this way even in through the work we do every day.


Ballet and Lyrical Dance Backpacking Hiking Cycling Running Yoga

Notable achievements outside of discipline

Sigma Theta Tau International Nationally Certified School Nurse Nationally Registered Dance/Movement Therapist Parish Nursing Certification ASD4 Support Employee of the Year 2012-2015 SCASN Co-Chair Professional Standards and Legislative Committee

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I LOVE our two dogs: Gretchen and Rainey, rescues are the BEST.

Places you've lived

California Colorado Michigan Indiana Chicago

What do you find most enjoyable about working at Anderson University?

The commitment staff and faculty have to providing a nurturing, inclusive environment in which students can thrive.

How would you describe your classes to someone who has never attended one?

Mutual respect and sharing is expected. All of us are present to learn from one another. You teach me as much as I teach you. Let's work together!