Kerri Nelson

Assistant Professor of Nursing
Nursing Building
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Kerri Nelson

Kerri Nelson is the ABSN Program Coordinator and Assistant Professor in the College of Nursing at Charleston Southern University. She earned her Doctor of Nursing Practice from The Pennsylvania State University in 2017, Master of Science in Nursing from The Pennsylvania State University in 2009, and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from East Stroudsburg University in 2006. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau and the Nurse Christian Fellowship. She is active with the Rare Action Network and functions in the role of the South Carolina Rare Action Network Volunteer State Ambassador.

Kerri Nelson has been a faculty member at Charleston Southern University since 2017. She teaches Adult Health II in the undergraduate program, Quality and Safety in Nursing in the graduate program, and she is the co-coordinator of the Promoting Academic Success for Students program. Nelson has research interests in incorporating escape rooms in the classroom and rare disorders.

Your Purpose. Our Mission.

Through utilizing my knowledge, experience, and passion for nursing, I am able to help guide and shape the next generation of nurses. I feel blessed to have the opportunity to do all of this while integrating faith within both the classroom and clinical setting.

Kerri Nelson

Sigma Theta Tau
Nurse Christian Fellowship
SC Rare Action Network Volunteer State Ambassador