Arizona State University has named Teri Britt Pipe dean of its College of Nursing and Health Innovation. Pipe, who has been interim dean since June and an adjunct faculty member at ASU since 2002, has also served as director of nursing research and innovation at Mayo Clinic, and associate professor of nursing in the College of Medicine at Mayo Clinic.

Pipe is an expert on nursing leadership, as well as health and wellness, and has authored numerous articles in these areas. Her research focuses on innovative approaches to creating and sustaining healing environments for patients and professional staff, models of resilience and stress management, interdisciplinary research in behavioral approaches to cancer care and survivorship, integrative health care and care for diverse populations. She has taught primarily in the areas of leadership, innovation and research.

Pipe holds a doctorate in health policy administration from The Pennsylvania State University, a master's degree in nursing from the University of Arizona, and a bachelor's in nursing from the University of Iowa. Pipe's most recent accomplishments have focused on facilitating interdisciplinary teams to shape health care innovations and to sustain environments conducive to health and healing. She has mentored individuals, teams and organizations in methods of building and strengthening resilience.

Beverly Stidham, (480) 898-7924 or bstidham@ahwatukee.com

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