Omobola A Oyeleye, EdD, JD, RN-BC, CNE
Dr. Oyeleye is an assistant professor in the Acute and Continuing Care Department. Her professional career includes K-12 education, (where she earned Teacher of the Year awards), mediation, disability rights law, and medical surgical nursing. Her nursing teaching experience includes community college teaching at the Northern Virginia Community College (where she earned the Campus Faculty of the Year award), and Chamberlain College of Nursing, Arlington Virginia.
Passionate about education, Dr. Oyeleye earned degrees in curriculum and Instruction, specializing in Second Language Education, is a Certified Nurse Educator (CNE), and a Certified Healthcare Simulation Educator (CHSE), and is board certified in gerontology .
Her bachelors in Education was earned at the University of Ife, Ile-Ife, Nigeria, her masters in Education from the University of Houston, and her Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Centre. A PARTNERS scholar, she earned her BSN from UTHealth, her MSN from UT El Paso, and her doctor of Education degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Dr. Oyeleye’s research interests include simulation in undergraduate nursing education, and nurse educator professional development.