Anne M. Krouse, Ph.D., MBA, RN-BC

Professor and Associate Dean for Education and Practice
359 McDowell Hall


  • PhD, University of Pennsylvania
  • MSN, University of Pennsylvania
  • MBA, St. Joseph’s University
  • BSN, Villanova University





  • Patterson, B. & Krouse, A. (2015). Competencies for leaders in nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 36(2), 76-82.
  • Patterson, B., Krouse, A. & Roy, L. (2012). Student outcomes of distance education in nursing: An integrative review. CIN, 30(9), 475-488.
  • Krouse, A., Craig, J., Watson, U., Kolski, Z. & Matthews, Z. (2012). Maternal-infant sleep practices and attitudes: Implications for practice. Journal of Child Healthcare. 16(3), 274-283.
  • Perception of Nurse Leadership Competencies: Instrument development and program effectiveness, 2015. Role: Principle Investigator. 
  • Widener University Provost Grant. Leadership in Nurse Educators: Instrument development, 2014. Role: Principle Investigator.


  • Volunteer nurse and information technology consultant for the Widener Nursing Clinic, 2011-Present. 
  • Service-learning Fellow at Widener University, 2004-Present. 
Honors and Awards
  • Leadership in Academic Nursing Programs Fellow, American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, 2013
  • Fitz Dixon Innovation in Teaching Award, Widener University, 2012