Kate Tredway, MBA, MSN, RN
Program Director RN BSN Completion Degree
Department of Population Health Nursing Science
Kate Tredway teaches in and administers the UIC RN-BSN Completion Degree Program. Administrative functions are those typical of any manager or program director, organizing, planning, directing, budgeting, and quality control, with heavy emphasis on being a public advocate for seamless progression of nursing education for students, and on providing mentoring into the online teaching role for instructors.
For the RN-BSN Completion Degree, Kate teaches and develops course content in areas such as community health and population focused nursing; nursing and health care administration; nursing roles; caring; understanding and articulating nursing and its purpose; nursing informatics; nursing research and evidence based practice; and advancing nursing education, especially moving ADN on to BSN and above.
Anderson, G., Tredway, C. & Calice, C. (2014). A longitudinal study of nursing students’ perceptions of quality online course design. Journal of Integrative Learning Research, 26(1).
Anderson, G. & Tredway, C. (2009). Transforming the nursing curriculum to promote critical thinking online. Journal of Nursing Education, 48(2), 111-115.
Anderson, MA. & Tredway, C.A. (1999). Communication: An outcome of case management. Nursing Case Management, 4(3), 104-111.
Program Director, UIC College Of Nursing RN-BSN Completion Degree Program
Program Coordinator, UIC College of Nursing Graduate Transition Student Program
2012, UIC Silver Circle Award (2012, 2009, 2006), UIC
2012, Excellence in Teaching Award (each year from 2000-2012), UIC CON RN-BSN Program
2009, Distinguished Alumni Award, UIC CON Quad Cities Campus
2014, Distinguished Alumni Award, Blackhawk College Nursing Department
AAHN - American Association for the History of Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau
Research Currently in Progress
Open Education Resources (OER) and use of e-workbooks in online teaching and learning.