2000 Pennington Road, Trenton Hall
Ewing, New Jersey 08628
About Dolores Dzubaty
Dr. Dolores Dzubaty is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Nursing. She joined the faculty of The College of New Jersey in 1995 and is involved teaching in courses which cover introductory clinical nursing skills and experiences, caring across the lifespan, professional relationships, and care of women and infants. Dr. Dzubaty has a research interest in identifying beneficial learning strategies incorporated by the student with English as an additional language. Clinical research has focused on paternal bonding. She has brought years of clinical and adult education experience into the classroom in an attempt to always improve the educational experience and enable students to relate classroom knowledge to the clinical setting. Her pedagogical approach involves experiential learning and use of nursing process to aid the student in identifying and understanding the interventions they will use and modify as needed. Dr. Dzubaty hopes to continue her research in the area of student learning in the healthcare environment as it relates to the influence of language.
Dr. Dzubaty is an active member of the Association of Women’s Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nurses (AWHONN). She has presented educational sessions in healthcare settings to nurses new to the field of hospital obstetrical nursing as well as obstetrical and newborn homecare.
Dr. Dzubaty received her BS in Biology at Monmouth University, BSN from Thomas Edison State College, MSN from The College of New Jersey, and PhD from Capella University.