Bio

Since joining the UR School of Nursing, Lisa Brophy has been involved in teaching in both of the school’s undergraduate programs. Currently, she is an assistant professor of clinical nursing and co-director of the Accelerated Bachelor’s Program for Non-Nurses.

As a nurse for more than three decades, she has held positions in practice, education, and leadership caring for patients in a variety of acute care settings as well as providing perioperative and emergency nursing management. She is the recipient of the 2018 Josephine Craytor Nursing Faculty Award and the 2019 Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.

She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Rochester School of Nursing, master’s in business administration from the University of Rochester Simon School of Business, master’s in nursing education from Roberts Wesleyan College, and finally her EdD in Higher Education Leadership from the University of Rochester Warner School of Education.

She is a member of FLONEL and Sigma Theta Tau and has recently been accepted to the AACN Elevating Leaders in Academic Nursing fellowship.



Professional Experience
Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing, UR - School of Nursing (Curriculum for APNN Program), Rochester, NY, US. 1/2013 - 2019

Awards
Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching
University of Rochester School of Nursing, 2019

Josephine Craytor Nursing Faculty Award
University of Rochester - School of Nursing, 2018

Patricia McGee Nursing Faculty Scholarship
NY State Higher Education Foundation, 2008

Excellence in Nursing Leadership
URMC, 2004