Faculty Profile for Dr. Marla A Erbin-Roesemann
Biography and EducationDr. Erbin-Roesemann earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Master of Science in Nursing
Health Services Administration and PhD in Nursing, from the University of Michigan. In 2014, she completed the AACN Wharton Executive Leadership Fellows Program at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to being recruited to Texas State University, she served as Professor and Dean of Nursing at Clarkson College in Omaha, NE. Her administrative and teaching experience spans over 20 years at the University of Michigan, Marymount University, George Mason University, Clarkson College and Texas State. Dr. Erbin-Roesemann has considerable experience in the management of nursing curricula, faculty recruitment, innovative online nursing programs, and attainment of national accreditation. Her leadership has assisted Texas State in the successful development of undergraduate and graduate nursing programs to meet the nursing education needs for the 21st century.
Over the last eight years, Dr. Erbin-Roesemann has become active in nursing education in the state of Texas. She is the chair of the education committee for the Texas Board of Nursing, a member of the Texas Nurses Association Education Committee, Past President of the Texas Association of Deans and Directors of Professional Nursing programs (TADDPNP) and the President-elect for the Texas Organization of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Education (TOBGNE). Dr. Erbin-Roesemann is a member of the nursing innovation grant program advisory committee for The Higher Education Coordinating Board and co-chair of the Nursing Academic Practice Partnership sub- committee of the Health Workforce Alliance of Central Texas.
Teaching InterestsLeadership and Administration; Statistics; Research
Research InterestsWork excitement; Building scholarly collaboratives
Selected Scholarly/Creative Work
- Erbin-Roesemann, M. (2018). Proposal for a new Master of Science in Nursing degree with a major in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing.
- Erbin-Roesemann, M. (2018). Proposal for a new BSN completion program.
- Erbin-Roesemann, M. A. (2016). Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Bachelors of Science in Nursing self-study.
- Erbin-Roesemann, M. A. (2016). From the Director’s Suite. (L. Seaton, Ed.), Nursing on the Rock (Fall 2014-Spring 2015, Vol. 7, p. page 1-). Round Rock, Texas: Texas State University School of Nursing. Retrieved from www.nursing.txstate.edu
- Erbin-Roesemann, M. (2014). Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Masters of Science in Nursing self-Study. St. DavidÂ’s School of Nursing at Texas State University.
- Award / Honor Recipient: Fabulous 5 Award, Texas Nurses Association, Region 5. May 7, 2016
- Award / Honor Nominee: Fabulous 5 award, Texas Nurses Association, District 5. May 9, 2015
- Award / Honor Recipient: Nurse of the Year, St. David's School of Nursing. May 6, 2012
- Award / Honor Nominee: Health Care Heroes Austin Business Journal, Nominee. 2010
- Award / Honor Recipient: Who's Who Among Executive and Professional Women in Teaching and Education. January 1, 2007 - December 1, 2008
- Erbin-Roesemann, Marla (Principal). Nursing Shrotage Reduction Program FY 2019, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, State, $9228. (Submitted: September 11, 2018, Funded: October 31, 2018 - October 31, 2020). Grant.
- Erbin-Roesemann, Marla A. Professional Nursing Shortage Reduction Program, The Higher Education Coordinating Board, State, $3875. (Funded: October 1, 2017 - August 31, 2021). Grant.
- Erbin-Roesemann, Marla (Principal). Professional Nurse Shortage Reduction Program Award, Regular Award, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, State, $226000. (Submitted: October 1, 2015, Funded: November 1, 2015 - August 1, 2019). Grant.
- Erbin-Roesemann, Marla (Co-Principal). The Gold AACN White Coat Ceremony for Nursing, The Arnold P. Gold Foundation, Private / Foundation / Corporate, $1000. (Submitted: August 1, 2015, Funded: September 1, 2015 - December 31, 2015). Grant.
- Erbin-Roesemann, Marla A (Co-Principal). Nursing Innovation Grant Program, Building Lab and Simulation Capacity, Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, State, $130000. (Submitted: January 1, 2015, Funded: January 1, 2015 - December 31, 2016). Grant.
Selected Service Activities
November 28, 2018-Present
Baylor Scott and White Nurse Residency Advisory Program
October 15, 2018-Present
Texas Organization of Nurse Executives Succession Planning meetings
July 19, 2018-Present
Texas Organization of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Education
Texas Organization of Nurse Executives
November 1, 2017-Present