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Cristine Eudy

Cristine Eudy, DNP, RN, FNP, CNE
Interim Program Chair, Associate Professor

Dr. Eudy earned a diploma from Cabarrus Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in 1987.  She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master of Science in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she completed a post-graduate certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner.  Dr. Eudy graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with her Doctor of Nursing Practice in 2020.  She also has the designation as a Certified Nurse Educator from the National League for Nursing.

Dr. Eudy has been involved in nursing education since 1991 progressing from the clinical instructor to Associate Professor rank.  She has published her research on “Factors impacting student success in the fundamentals course of an associate degree nursing program” in Teaching & Learning in Nursing.

Dr. Eudy enjoys spending time with her family which includes her husband, 3 children and their spouses and 3 grandchildren. 

Susan Brooks

Susan Brooks, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE
Associate Professor

Dr. Brooks is an Associate Professor working in both the RN-BSN program and the MS Nursing program. A native of Concord, NC, Dr. Brooks earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a Master of Science in Nursing, with an emphasis in Adult Health Nursing and Education at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. She earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, a nationally accredited institution. As part of her doctoral program requirements, she completed a research study for her dissertation, “An Exploration of Nurses’ Knowledge of Right Hemisphere Stroke Associated Communication Impairments” surveying over 2000 RNs in completing this research.

She has been an RN since 1980, with over 23 years’ experience in nursing education. Prior to becoming a nurse educator, Dr. Brooks worked in ICU, medical-surgical nursing, and home health. She gained leadership and management experience as a charge nurse of a 36-bed neuroscience, medical unit at Atrium Health North East, and is passionate about the care of patients surviving a stroke and their rehabilitation. Much of her teaching experience is at the in the ADN program at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences, serving as course coordinator of the Mental Health Nursing course.

Sophia Miranda

Sophia Miranda, EdD, MSL
Associate Professor

Dr. Sophia Miranda has been in the field of clinical research for over 15 years and holds a Doctor of Education (Ed.D) in Organizational Leadership, which was earned at Grand Canyon University. She has clinical research experience in the development and facilitation of clinical research education, compliance and operations for a large healthcare system. Dr. Miranda’s experience includes but is not limited to managing a team of clinical research monitors and educators, overseeing and educating research staff on GCP guidelines and FDA regulations as well as the facilitation of onsite audits of clinical research trials, in addition to developing and implementing research guidelines, policies, SOPs and work plans as needed.

In an academic setting, Dr. Miranda’s experience as an Adjunct Faculty member has given her the skill of overseeing and managing students and teaching research courses. Dr. Miranda serves on many academic and non-academic committees; such as the CRO Curriculum Subcommittee for the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and the Graduate Education Steering Committee at Cabarrus College of Health Sciences. Prior to these roles, Dr. Miranda, has held several research positions and has also led leadership trainings for schools and businesses as a certified leadership trainer. She has also served as a panelist for a psychology symposium and has presented at the collegiate level. In addition, Dr. Miranda is currently working on journal publications and recently published an article in the Journal of Scholarly Engagement and in the Journal of Management Development.

Dr. Sophia Miranda is originally from New York City; however, she has lived in North Carolina for over a decade and now calls North Carolina her home.

Casey Page, DNP, RN
Assistant Professor

After receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from The University of South Carolina in 1995, Dr. Page worked in various areas of health care to include pediatrics, PACU and emergency room nursing. In 2013, she received a Master of Science degree in Nursing Education from Western Carolina University.  She then joined Cabarrus College in August of 2013 as a part time clinical faculty member. In June 2014, Dr. Page became a fulltime instructor at Cabarrus College. She received a DNP from Gardner Webb University in 2021.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her teenage daughter and pets along with road trips and watching Gamecock football.

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