PANTERLK

Panter Linda K

Email: PANTERLK@alfredstate.edu
Department: Nursing
Office Location:Physical and Health Sciences Bldg.
Office Phone: 607-587-3212

Education
 

I.          Educational Preparaton:

Institution

Credential

Major

Year

SUNY Binghamton

Master of Science in Family Nursing

Nursing

December, 2000

SUNY Brockport

BSN

Nursing

December, 1996

SUNY Alfred

AAS

Nursing

May, 1991

BOCES-Steuben

LPN

Nursing

June, 1969


Teaching Overview
 

II.         Professional Teaching Experience:

Institution

No. of Years

Type of Program

Course

SUNY Alfred

9/04 - present Associate Professor

AD Program

Lead Teacher senior level

9/01 - Assistant Professor

AD Program

Lead Teacher senior level

1/98 Lecture

Full time

AD Program

Clinical Instructor

Skills lab coordinator

BSN Health Assessment Course

9/93- Instructor

Part time

AD Program

Clinical Instructor

1993- Adjunct

Part time

AD Program

Clinical Instructor


Professional Experience
 

•III.             Nursing Service Experience:

 

Clinical Area

No. of Years

Agency

Position

Orientation of new GNs

Summer program x1

2001

Saint James Mercy Health

FNP

Emergency Dept. Intensive Care

Coronary Care

1997-2004

Pre Diem

Saint James Mercy Hospital

RN

Emergency Dept

Intensive Care

Coronary Care

Stress testing

Ambulance Transfers

1991-1997

Full time

Saint James Mercy Health

RN

Med-Surgical

Dialysis

1969-1991

Saint James Mercy Health

LPN

Med-Surgical

1968

Saint James Mercy

Health

Nursing Assistance


Research

Publications and Events

Created "Adopt -A-Nurse" program.  This program is a male mentoring program to assist with recruiting non-tradition students into nursing.  It also assist with retension and job placement of male nursing students.

Rural, state, national and internation attention has been given to the "Adopt-A-Nurse" program.

Pay It Forward at Alfred State College Nursing is a new and innovated way to enhance each of the Alfred Nursing Students to understand and feel caring.


Honors and Awards
 

•III.             Honors

2004-2005 -Empire Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women in Nursing and Healthcare.

2003-Nominated for New York State United Health Care Professional Employee of the Year Award

                  2003- Recipient of the Alumni Current Faculty Award

                  2005 -Recipient Dean's Recognition Award

 


Service
 

•III.             Major C ommittee Responsbilities

Chairman, Paul B. Orvis Award -2005- present

Paul B. Orvis Committee Member - 1996

                  Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)  Advocate Fall 2006

                 Curriculum Committee, Nursing 1993- present

                 Nursing Advisory Counsel Committee 1993-present

                 Student LifeCommittee - 2000- present

•III.             Organizational Membership

 

Sigma Theta Tau - 2000- present

                  United University Professions, Nursing Professional Workgroup 2004-present


Other Information

Philosophy of teaching:  Assisting each student to reach above their potential goal through a variety of research supportive activities.  I believe that a strong rapport is needed to enhance a comfort zone between a student and faculty member.  A comfortable environment, enhances a positive learning environment. 

Several outside activites are encouraged with my students to assist with establishing rapport.