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Blog Post

By: Jersey College // November 30, 2017

Faculty Spotlight: Jersey College Faculty Contribute to Nursing Textbooks

Did you know Jersey College faculty have contributed to nursing textbooks?

We’re proud to announce Judith Pahlck, Dean of the Teterboro Campus and Dr. Elizabeth Villanueva, Dean Emeritus of Jersey College, have been invited to contribute to leading nursing education textbooks in conjunction with Wolters Kluwer. Additionally, Dr. John Silver, Nursing Instructor from the Fort Lauderdale Campus, has contributed to Nursing Publications and the healthcare community. Read below from our faculty on what drives them to academia and how it relates to their work at Jersey College.



Judith Pahlck MSN-Ed, RN
Dean of Nursing, Teterboro Campus

“As the Dean of Nursing I recognize the importance in upholding the National League for Nursing Competencies for Nursing Education. Competency VII addresses the essential element of the faculty role to engage in scholarship.  Nurse educators play a crucial role in the development of students by engaging in scholarly activities. One way to address this competency is by serving as a nursing textbook reviewer.  Serving as a reviewer is an example of scholarly work that promotes personal growth and development, the continued development of a nurse’s professional identity as an educator and it supports Jersey College’s commitment to lifelong learning.” 




Elizabeth Villanueva, DNP, MSN, BC-RN
Dean Emeritus, Jersey College


“I enjoy teaching and leading others.  Being a nurse educator and student advocate is my passion! My dissertation and doctoral studies at Walden University were focused on Evidence-Based Mentorship. As part of my research, I interacted with various publishers. Due to these interactions, they reached out and asked if I would like to be a reviewer for their nursing textbook and I absolutely accepted.”





John Silver RN Ph.D
Nursing Instructor, Fort Lauderdale Campus

   “I have been in healthcare for 43 years and a practicing RN since 1984, primarily in critical care. In 2013, I published a book on political effectiveness entitled Just a Union…of Nurses, Legacy Press. I was also published in JONA’s Journal of Healthcare Ethics, Law, and Regulation. My most recent accomplishment is being selected as an Associate Editor for the online journal- Nursing and Palliative Care International Journal (NPCIJ).

Though I taught at a major university for a decade, I wanted to work in a nursing program that was clearly focused on student success, worked hard to retain excellent faculty, and served, particularly, students who were striving to realize the American dream. I found this at Jersey College.”