Kristy Calloway, PhD, RN, CNE

Education:
PhD  University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, CO
Certified Nurse Educator  National League for Nursing
MSN  University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK
BSN  East Central University, Ada, OK

Contact Info:
Email: Kristy_Calloway@baylor.edu
Office: remote
Phone: 580-372-0518

Work and Education
While new to Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing, Dr. Calloway has been a nurse educator for 14 years. She has years of experience in online education and developing online programs. Her teaching has revolved around gerontology, research, and transition to practice. Although diverse, her clinical practice has centered around gerontology and end-of-life care.

Committees
In her previous work, Dr. Calloway has served on many committees. Institution committees include Title V Grant Committee (to establish a Hispanic-serving Institution), faculty pay study committee, Virtual Bookstore Implementation Committee, Deans and Department Chairs, Open Educational Resources Core team, and E-Learning Advisory Council. Within nursing, she has served on the Oklahoma Deans and Directors of BSN and Higher Degree Council, Curriculum Steering Committee, Studies, Projects and Evaluations Committee, and Student Admission, Retention, and Progression Committee.

Articles and Presentations
Outside the classroom, Dr. Calloway has presented poster regarding transparent teaching and learning in the online classroom to promote equity and inclusivity and incorporating QSEN into program design. She published an article in Nursing Education in Practice and her dissertation which looked at acute care nurses’ attitudes toward students with disabilities. She also has a chapter in Donna Maheady’s book Leave No Nurse Behind: Nurses Working with disAbilities. In addition, she is an Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing peer evaluator, member of the National League for Nursing, and the Oklahoma and American Nurses’ Associations.

Community  
Finally, Kristy Calloway is active in her community. She has written over $300,000 in grants for her local homeless shelter, The Mission, to provide housing stability in the area. She teaches Sexual Risk Avoidance in the local schools, serves as the coordinator for camp nurses at her church, leads a discipleship group, and serves on the ministry team. She has 4 children and 4 grandchildren and loves to spend time with them.