Gibran Mancus, MSN-Ed, RN
Mr. Mancus completed his Bachelors of Science in Nursing in the spring of 2010, worked in an adult psychiatric hospital and deployed in the spring of 2011 as a Community Health Advisor with United States Peace Corps in the Country of Malawi. Following his two years of service in the USPC, Mr. Mancus went on for his masters in nursing education. After completing his masters in nursing education in the fall of 2014, Mr. Mancus worked as adjunct faculty in an RN-BSN completion program. Mr. Mancus joined the PhD program in the fall of 2015 and is working with his faculty mentor on a project exploring the intersection of violence, HIV and the environment.
Dissertation FocusEcopsychological Safety and Resiliency
- Research Assistant with ESSENCE Project
- International Student Seminar Participant