Dr. Rose-Woodward joined the CSM faculty in 2011 and became the Program Director for the Doctor of Education Program in 2012. As a passionate and dedicated educator, she continues to teach graduate courses in education, advises students, and works with doctoral candidates as they complete the dissertation process. Dr. Rose-Woodward holds a bachelorís degree in elementary education from Dana College, a masterís degree in education, with an emphasis in literacy, from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a doctorate degree in educational leadership from College of Saint Mary.
Dr. Linden teaches concept courses related to educational pedagogies, research and dissertations. Her research and presentations include clinical simulations, ethical decision making and implementation of the learning process for health professionals. Dr. Linden has a Diploma R.N. from Immanuel School of Nursing; a Bachelor of Science from Midland Lutheran College; an Master of Science with a clinical nursing and education focus from the University of Minnesota; and an Doctorate of Education from College of Saint Mary. She has been a professor at CSM since 2003.
Dr. Morgan joined the faculty at CSM in 2012 and serves as a faculty member in the Ed.D. program as well as the Director of the Teaching and Learning Center. Her interests include working with graduate students to achieve their goals, facilitating the teaching/learning process for faculty and education in middle schools and gifted education. Dr. Morgan holds a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education/Middle School from Nebraska Wesleyan University, and a Masterís degree and Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She most recently was a Professor at Illinois State University.