Ann Holland

Job Titles

  • Professor of Nursing
    Nursing, College of Arts and Sciences
    Community Health College of Arts and Sciences


Professional work experiences in staff, education, and leadership roles in adult critical care; Academic leadership roles in associate-degree nursing education; Teaching in baccalaureate pre-licensure nursing education focused on adult medical/surgical nursing and nursing leadership

Started at Bethel



  • Indiana University - B.S. in Nursing, 1983
  • Bethel College - M.A. in Nursing, 2000
  • University of Minnesota - Ph.D. in Education Policy and Administration , 2011

Professional Organizations, Committees, and Boards

Sigma, the international honor society of nursing

Areas of expertise

Preparation of nursing students for NCLEX-RN success

Research interests

Racism and anti-racism in nursing education; Evaluator training for high-stakes simulation in nursing education; Simulation debriefing methods in nursing education; Community-based/transitions of care curriculum development and evaluation

Teaching specialty

Medical-surgical nursing in clinical and laboratory settings; Nursing leadership; Introduction to the US healthcare industry and healthcare professions