Catherine Sulivan, RN, MSN, CPNP
Associate Professor & Baccalaureate Chair
Catherine Sullivan has practiced as a registered nurse since 1977. She received her diploma in nursing from Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and her bachelor's degree in nursing from Fitchburg State College.She received her master's degree in nursing as a pediatric nurse practitioner from The Catholic University of America.Catherine worked in medical oncology, pediatrics, and gerontology prior to becoming a public health nurse in the State of Alaska in 1983. She worked as an itinerant public health nurse in Bethel and in Sitka and as a child health consultant in Anchorage before joining the faculty at the University of Alaska Anchorage School of Nursing in 2004 to teach in the baccalaureate program and in the RN to BS option. Her interests include refugee health concerns, adoption issues, and child/community health.