Sandy Hayward, MSN, RNAdjunct Instructor of Nursing
Professor Sandy Hayward previously served as a full-time faculty member in the School of Nursing and returned as an adjunct professor in fall 2021. Her clinical experience as a U.S. Air Force nurse included a variety of medical/surgical acute care units. She considers teaching to be a gift that God has given her, and she finds Interacting with students and seeing them achieve new levels of understanding and skills to be very rewarding. Her goal is to help them learn to use their skills a ministry in the name of Jesus.
Education and Credentials
M.S., Nursing Education and Administration, Wright State University
B.S.N., Cedarville University
- Reading, sewing, travel, spending time with family
- Why Cedarville?: Originally, I was led to Cedarville through interaction with faculty members I had as a student. God directed me to come back to Cedarville through some difficult circumstances. I realized that He allowed some opportunities elsewhere to be closed to me so that I could seek out other plans He might have for me. I am so thankful to be here again and work with students in our clinical skills lab. I enjoy the one-on-one interaction with students and seeing them grow professionally and spiritually.