Ronda Mintz

last updated 7/9/2018

Ronda Mintz

Associate Professor at Texas Tech University

Location:
2818 E. US Highway 290, Fredericksburg, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(830) 990-2717

General Information

Experience

Assistant Professor - University of Texas at Arlington

Dean of Nursing - Los Angeles City College

Education

bachelor's degreeUCLA School of Nursing

doctorate - nursing educational leadership , 

master - psychiatric nursing and child health , 

Recent News  

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Ronda Mintz-Binder, DNP, RN

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http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/05/140529092854.htm

As a nursing professor assigned to one of UT Arlington's first online master's degree courses, Ronda Mintz-Binder had a stake in learning to motivate students online.
Now, she's building on her experience with a research project that will help other professors. Nursing students at UT Arlington take classes online and in traditional class settings. Mintz-Binder, who holds a master's degree in psychiatric/mental health nursing and a doctorate in nursing educational leadership, received two grants from the Dallas-based education company Academic Partnerships to initiate a multi-year study comparing the experiences of on-campus and online master's degree students. She'll present the first results from her study Thursday at a multidisciplinary conference for the International Journal of Arts and Sciences on the Harvard Medical School campus in Boston. "With their classes condensed from the traditional 15-week schedule to a five-week schedule, online students have very intense expectations to meet and there isn't really a lot of research data out there that measures their experience over time. We're trying to understand what we can do to help them stay in the program once they have committed," said Mintz-Binder, an assistant professor in the University of Texas at Arlington College of Nursing. For the online students, Mintz-Binder observed a stronger relationship between their grade in the course and their stress. Not surprisingly, lower grades were linked to more stress. Dr. Mintz-Binder's research results will help with that endeavor," Gray said. This summer, Mintz-Binder will begin the second phase of her study. She will take the same measurements from participants a year from the first surveys. She also hopes to gather information about life changes, such as a change in job status or home life, that may have affected their persistence in school. "All those little things should help us paint a picture of what we can do to help these students, to give them the support they need in this very intense program," she said.

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Doctors of Nursing Practice - Online Community | Practice Innovation | Professional Growth

Ronda Mintz-Binder, DNP, RN
Case Western Reserve University

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