Emily Day

Job Titles

  • Program Director
    Nursing (RN to B.S.N.) College of Adult and Professional Studies
  • Assistant Professor of Nursing
    Nursing, College of Arts and Sciences


Program Director

Started at Bethel



  • Pennsylvania State University - B.S. in Animal Science, 2007
  • Drexel University - M.P.H. in Epidemiology, 2009
  • Rutgers University - B.S. in Nursing, 2012


As an epidemiologist and a nurse, Day has gained skills and experience in intensive care, triage, clinic, and public health settings. She has made the transition to academia, where she is working to address public health concerns by improving education to the next generation of nurses. Day is currently in a nursing PhD program at Villanova University to further her knowledge and experience as a nurse educator. She is very excited about the opportunity to serve students in the nursing department at Bethel University.

Courses Taught

NUR411, NUR413, NUR496, NUR426, NURS401


Albert Schweitzer Fellow


Day, E.R., Leftkowitz, D.K., Marshal, E.G., Hovinga, M. (2010). Utilizing United States Coast Guard Data to Calculate Incidence Rates and Identify Risk Factors for Occupational Fishing Injuries in New Jersey. Journal of Agromedicine, 15(4) 357-362.

Certificates and Licenses


Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

AACN, Academy Health, Henry Street Consortium, MACN, MnPHA, NANAINA, STTI


The only ones among you who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve - Albert Schweitzer