B.S., St John's College Maryland M.S., University of Delaware
Professor Danner teaches Medical-Surgical nursing to fourth-semester students. She enjoys using a variety of creative classroom techniques, such as case scenarios, simulation, and games, to actively engage her students in learning. Ms. Danner has a strong background in critical care and emergency nursing and maintains certification in these specialties. She is also a certified nurse educator.
B.S.N., Towson University M.S.N., Towson University
Sonia Galvan has been a registered nurse specializing in cardiac and critical care for 12 years. During that time, she has practiced in the Baltimore metropolitan area and upstate New York, working in a variety of patient care settings. She was published several times by Nursing Spectrum and Good Samaritan's Timepiece, for which she wrote brief commentaries on nursing. She has been certified as a critical care nurse for three years.
As part of her graduate work at Towson University, Ms. Galvan teamed with Dr. Joanna Basuray to found a health clinic that specializes in screening the local immigrant community, particularly the African population. She has taught for Prince George's Community College and the Community College of Baltimore County, and now is in her first year as course-coordinator of medical-surgical nursing at Harford Community College.
A.S., Essex Comm College B.S., Univ Maryland College Park B.S.N., Notre Dame of MD University M.S., Western Governors Univ
Since 2008, Professor Kocur has taught a variety of medical-surgical clinical courses at Harford Community College. She joined the Nursing department full-time in 2010 and has taught theory, skills laboratory, and clinical for Medical-Surgical 3 and Fundamentals of Nursing. She continues to work part-time at the Upper Chesapeake Medical Center as a float nurse.
Professor Kocur is a Baltimore native who has lived in Harford County for more than 10 years. She loves sharing her passion for nursing with students and encourages any interested student to contact her with questions.
B.S.N., Johns Hopkins Sch of Nursing M.A., Notre Dame of MD University
Theresa Libershal has taught full-time at HCC since 2004. She teaches courses in Fundamentals of Nursing and Contemporary Issues in Nursing. She also serves as a faculty liaison in the final semester of the program for students in their practicum settings.
Theresa has worked in various fields of nursing, both at the bedside and in management roles. She is a member of the American Nurses' Association and is active in volunteer work as a parish nurse and at the Family & Children's Adult Day program on the HCC campus.
B.S.N., Washington Adventist Univ M.S.N., St Louis University
Professor Zimmerman has taught at HCC since January 1990. Previously she taught at Southern University, Indiana State University, and Cecil College. She currently teaches medical- surgical nursing.
Professor Zimmerman served as Division Chair of Nursing, Allied Health, and Physical Education at HCC from 1994 to 1998.
She currently serves as a trustee of the Nursing Foundation of Maryland and is an active member of the Maryland Nurses Association, which honored her with the Outstanding Nurse Educator Award in 1998. Professor Zimmerman has a strong commitment to international education and from 1996 to 2002 was involved with the implementation of nursing reform in Moscow, Russia.