Nursing Department Faculty


Lisa A. Seldomridge, Ph.D., RN


Office: Devilbiss Hall – Office 214
Telephone: 410-543-6413
Fax: 410-548-3313

Positions Held

  • Salisbury University-Professor, 2005 to present
  • Salisbury University-Chair and Associate Professor, Department of Nursing, 1996-2002
  • Salisbury University-Assistant Professor, 1990-1996
  • Eastern Shore Home Health-Nurse Clinician
  • Wor-Wic Community College-Assistant Professor
  • Crozer-Chester Medical Center, Chester, PA-Clinical Nurse Specialist, Adult Health

Honors, Memberships

  • Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Theta Tau 
  • Accreditation site reviewer - Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
  • Editorial Board - Nurse Educator
  • Journal Reviewer - Journal of Nursing Education, Nurse Educator

Institutions Attended

  • PhD - University of Maryland - College Park
  • MSN - University of Pennsylvania
  • BSN - University of Delaware

Recent Publications

Seldomridge, LA & DiBartolo, MC (2007). The changing face of accelerated second bachelor’s degree students. Nurse Educator, (November/December).

Walsh, CM, Seldomridge, LA, & Badros, KK. (in press). Developing a practical tool for preceptor evaluation of undergraduate student clinical performance. This should be easy! Right? Nurse Educator, (March/April 2008).

Walsh, CM, Seldomridge, LA, & Badros, KK (2007). The California Critical Thinking Disposition Inventory: A further factor analytic examination. Perceptual and Motor Skills.104, 141-5.  

Seldomridge, LA & Walsh, CM. (2006) Evaluating student performance in undergraduate preceptorships. Journal of Nursing Education, 45(5), 169-176. 

Seldomridge, LA & Walsh, CM (2006). Measuring Critical Thinking in Graduate Education: What Do We Know? Nurse Educator, 31(3), 132-137.

Walsh, CM & Seldomridge, LA. (2006). Critical thinking: Back to square two. Journal of Nursing Education. 45(6), 212-219.

 Walsh, CM & Seldomridge, LA (2006). Measuring critical thinking: One step forward, one step back. Nurse Educator.31(4), 1-4.

Areas of Interest

  • Adult health
  • Internships/experiential learning
  • Alternative and complementary therapies
  • Critical thinking, clinical judgment
  • NCLEX success