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Chu-Yu Huang

Chu-Yu Huang, PhD, RN

Coordinator of Research, Professor of Nursing


Dr.Chu-Yu Huang serves as professor of nursing and has been at Cedarville since 2001.  She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate nursing students in the School of Nursing.  She has been involved in international collaborative educational research projects since 2001.  

Education and Credentials

Ph.D., The Ohio State University

M.S.N., The Ohio State University

B.S.N., University of Dubuque

A.D.N., Foo Yin Junior College of Nursing and Medical Technology

Certifications, licensure: RN (U.S.), Midwife (Taiwan), RN (Taiwan)

Scholarly Works

  • School-aged Sheltered Homeless Children's Stressors and Coping Strategies (Chu-Yu Huang) Faculty Dissertations (2001)
  • Development of an 18-item Abbreviated Chinese Version of Berger's HIV Stigma Scale (Chia-Hui Yu, Chu-Yu Huang, Yuan-Ti Lee, et al.) International journal of nursing practice (2018)
  • Establishing the Competences of Clinical Reasoning for Nursing Students in Taiwan: From the Nurse Educators' Perspectives (Hui-Man Huang, Chu-Yu Huang, Jane Lee-Hsieh, et al.) Nurse Education Today (2018)
  • Flipping the Classroom to Improve Self-directed Learning for RN to BSN Students in Taiwan (Su-Fen Cheng, Jane Lee-Hsieh and Chu-Yu Huang) 3rd Euro Nursing & Medicare Summit (2015)
  • Development of Nursing Professional Traits and Character (Chu-Yu Huang) Changhua Christian Hospital (2015)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »


  • Pediatric nursing
  • Evidence-based practice
  • Homeless children’s stress and coping strategies
  • International collaboration