Mark Klimek

Mark Klimek, M.S.N., RN

Associate Professor of Nursing

Biography

Mark Klimek serves as an Associate Professor and has been at Cedarville University since 1983.

Mark has worked in rehabilitation nursing, cardiac care, surgical intensive care, medical intensive care, neurological intensive care, and psychiatric inpatient care. He has taught at Youngstown State University and Wayne State University as well as Cedarville University. Mark currently teaches fundamentals courses in the freshman and sophomore years. He is chair of the curriculum committee for the Baccalaureate division.

AWARDS

2014-2015 Faculty Member of the Year

 

Education and Credentials

M.S.N., Wayne State University

B.S.N., University of Virginia

A.A.S. in Nursing, Youngstown State

Licensed Registered Nurse

Scholarly Works

  • Supporting the Disabled (Mark R. Klimek) Torch (1992)
  • Preparation for NCLEX-RN Examination (Mark R. Klimek) Preparation for NCLEX-RN Examination Seminar (2008)  
  • The Role of Preceptors/Resource Nurses (Lois K. Baker and Mark R. Klimek) Presented at Greene Memorial Hospital (1991)
  • Virtue, Ethics, and Care (Mark R. Klimek) Nursing Faculty Publications (1991)
View a listing of scholarly works in the Cedarville University Digital Commons »

Interests

Personal - Travel, ancient history, music, and landscaping.

Professional - Testing and measurement, licensure examination preparation, virtue ethics and faith.