KSU: Hrusovsky named as director of ADN program
EAST LIVERPOOL — Dr. David Dees, dean of the Kent State Columbiana County campuses recently named Dr. Carol Hrusovsky as the director of the associate degree in nursing (ADN) program for the East Liverpool Campus.
Most recently, Hrusovsky was the associate provost at Hondros College of Nursing in Westerville, where she had also served as dean of post-licensure programs, director of the RN-BSN program, associate dean and a member of the nursing faculty. She earlier was the director of nursing for the Independence Campus of Hondros College.
Hrusovsky also taught for American Sentinel University in Aurora, Colo.; served as the director of nursing for American Career College in Irvine, Calif.; was the central regional dean of nursing for Education Affiliates in Baltimore; was the director of nursing at Fortis College in Norfolk, Va.,; and was a fulltime faculty member at ATS Institute of Technology in Highland Heights, Ohio, and Lorain County Community College in Elyria.
Hrusovsky graduated from the Akron General Medical Center School of Nursing and then earned a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Ursuline College. She also received a master’s degree in nursing education from the University of Phoenix and a doctorate of nursing practice, with an emphasis in executive leadership, from American Sentinel University.
She also served as the director of education at Kethley House at Benjamin Rose Institute in Cleveland, and as the clinical instructor and nursing assistant orientation coordinator at the Menorah Park Center for the Aged in Beachwood, Ohio.
Hrusovsky was appointed to the National League for Nursing Commission for Nursing Education Accreditation evaluation committee and also serves as an evaluator with the Accrediting Bureau of Health Education School. She served as an evaluator with the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools, as well.