Marie Foley, Ph.D., R.N.
Associate Professor of Nursing, Chair of the Graduate Department
Marie Foley is the Chair of the Graduate Department and Program Director of the School Nurse Programs
Research interests include topics in school nursing, mentoring students
and new faculty, tool development, child temperament, ADHD and
parenting. She has published articles on delegation in the school
setting, family adversity and parenting of children with ADHD and
Auditory Processing Disorders. Marie has presented at international,
national and regional research conferences on topics related to ADHD,
child temperament, parenting, mentoring new faculty and issues related
to school nursing practice and education. She is a member of the
National Association of School Nurses and the School Nurse Educators
Special Interest Group, The New Jersey School Nurses Association, Sigma
Theta Tau International, Eastern Nursing Research Society and the
National League for Nursing.
Marie Foley's research interests include topics in school nursing,
advocacy, child temperament, ADHD and parenting.
She is a member of the National Association of
School Nurses, the New Jersey School Nurses Association, Sigma Theta
Tau International, Eastern Nursing Research Society and the National
League for Nursing.
- Ph.D. New York University
- School Nurse Certification, Seton Hall University
- M.A. New York University
- B.S.N. Fairleigh Dickinson University
- National Association of School Nurses Outstanding School Nurse Educator Award, 2013.
- Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing Research Article Award for 2011, 2012.
- Researcher of the year Award, Seton Hall University, College of Nursing, 2009.
- Schmidt Scholarship Award, New York University, School of Education, Division of Nursing, 2001.
- Research Fellowship Award, New York University, School of Education, Division of Nursing, 1999-2001.
Selected Grant Funding:
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation NJNI Project Director Grant, 2011-Present.
- Burrell Family Foundation/ANF Scholar, American Nurses Foundation grant, ID#2002066, 2002-2004.