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Faculty Bios - Gloria Boseman

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  • Dr. Gloria Boseman, Ph.D., R.N.
    Professor
     

    Email: gboseman@njcu.edu 
    Phone: (201) 200-3157 

    Education

    Ph.D. Nursing Research, State University of New Jersey - Rutgers
    M.S. Adult Nursing & Nursing Education, University of Maryland - Baltimore
    B.S. Nursing, Howard University

    Biography

    Dr. Gloria Boseman, PhD, RN is a committed health professional. Her experiences in delivering care to the underserved and underrepresented urban communities spans more than 30 years. Her work has focused on urban health and lifestyle behaviors and the need to make health care professionals aware of the dynamics of inner city by examining culture and its correlates. Dr. Boseman is the recipient of numerous awards, honors, and commendation including most recently being honored by the New Jersey League for Nursing as an Outstanding Nurse (2009) and the Chi Eta Phi National nursing sorority invitation as an “Honorary Member”. She serves on many Boards, including a former Governor’s appointment New Jersey’ Collaborative Center for Nursing, and currently the Essex Valley East Orange General Hospital Board of Trustees.

    Dr. Boseman has a long tenure with New Jersey City University Nursing; she has served as a former chairperson and graduate coordinator. She currently teaches both entry level and senior level courses in Nursing, but lends herself to the Women and Gender Studies Department as well.

    In addition Dr. Boseman is a frequently requested consultant; as well as regional and national presenter addressing a variety of urban health issues from both the academic and personal perspective. Dr, Boseman has consulted and offered workshops on HIV/AIDS , self-esteem, parenting, decision-making, body image, sexuality, life planning, depression, culture, curriculum development, cognition an learning the state health in black America, including health disparity and health promotion for minority populations. Her audiences have included professionals, academicians, faith-based and grass roots organizations.

    Dr. Boseman is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, DC, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing(Outstanding Alumna) , University of Maryland in Baltimore completing a Master’s of Science in Adult Nursing and Nursing Education and post-graduate work in Administration and Higher Education at Seton Hall University, New Jersey. She received her PhD in Nursing Research from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey (Outstanding Alumna).