The Inaugural Director of the Nursing School at Grove City College in Pennsylvania

Janey A. Roach has been named the inaugural director of its new Charles Jr. and Betty Johnson School of Nursing at Grove City College in Pennsylvania. Dr. Roach, who has extensive experience as a nurse, educator, and administrator, will oversee the college’s newest academic school and direct and implement the newly-established Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program, which will welcome its first class of students this coming fall.

“I look forward to the opportunity to assist and encourage Grove City College’s nursing students as they progress on their individual journeys toward graduation and a career of helping people as nurses,” said Dr. Roach.

Dr. Roach comes to Grove City College from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Schools of Nursing where she was the director of faculty affairs at the Shadyside School of Nursing. She previously served on the faculty of UPMC’s St. Margaret Hospital School of Nursing.

A graduate of Kent State University in Ohio, Dr. Roach earned a master’s degree in nursing education and a doctor of nursing practice degree from the University of Pittsburgh.

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