Division of Graduate Nursing
Doctor of Nursing Practice Department
Bellet Bldg, Rm. 520
Dr. Hardie’s research focuses on cancer survivorship, drug abuse and suicide. He has published and presented across of broad range of nursing/psychiatric topics and is actively engaged in a number of research efforts. His subspecialty is psychiatric nursing and he has administrative (former director of nursing), teaching (retired full professor from the University of Delaware), research (adjunct full professor at University of Pennsylvania and several fellowships) and clinical practice experiences (therapist). His most recent position was the director of nursing research and grants at Widener University.
Dr. Hardie holds baccalaureate degrees from Hosftra University (BA) and Stony Brook University (BSN). His graduate education includes a master’s degree in psychiatric nursing (MSN) from Stony Brook University and a doctoral degree (EdD) from Teachers College, Columbia University in nursing education and administration. He has completed post doctoral fellowships in genetics (NINR/NIH), treatment research and health disparities (University of Pennsylvania).
Dr. Hardie has served as an expert panel member and section author for the NIAAA alcohol curriculum modules for nursing and is the current chair of the research committee of the National Board of Osteopathic Medical Examiners, Research Committee.