WILMINGTON, Del.– Dr. Kathy Janvier has been appointed to the position of vice president and campus director at Delaware Technical Community College's Stanton/George Campus effective Nov. 11, according to the college.
Dr. Mark Brainard, college president said, “Dr. Janvier has my full confidence and support, and I believe she will not only continue the college's tradition of excellence, but will enhance it.”
Janvier has been serving as acting vice president and campus director since July 1, 2013, school officials said. She began her 25-year career at Delaware Tech as an instructor in the nursing department at Stanton in 1989. She was promoted to department chairperson in 2004 and became instructional director in 2007. In June of 2011, Janvier was appointed dean of instruction for the Stanton/George Campus.
Janvier currently serves on the board of directors of the Delaware Center for Health Innovation and as co-chair of the Workforce and Education Committee, and the state's Child Death, Near Death & Stillbirth Commission to which she was appointed by Governor Ruth Ann Minner and re-appointed by Governor Jack Markell. Previously, she has served on the National League for Nursing Education Summit Planning Committee, the Board of Directors for the Delaware Stroke Initiative and the Health Advisory Committee for New Directions Early Head Start. She has also served as a program evaluator for the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
Janvier received the 2012 University of Delaware School of Nursing Alumni Award in recognition of professional excellence. She has been published in several nursing journals including Nurse Educator, DNA Reporter and the Journal of Nursing Staff Development. In addition, she has presented professional papers both nationally and internationally.
Janvier has a bachelor's and master's degree in nursing, and a doctor of philosophy degree in family studies from the University of Delaware. She received the College's Excellence in Teaching award in 2003.?