Susan L. Bindon, DNP, RN, NPD-BC, CNE, CNE-cl, FAAN


Associate Professor

Associate Dean for Faculty Development

Director, Institute for Educators

Director, Teaching in Nursing and Health Professions Certificate

School Affiliation

School of Nursing


  • Developing Nurse Educators


Dr. Bindon has special interest and expertise in teaching, learning, and developing nurse educators in academic and practice settings. She has an ability to translate complex concepts and convey them in a meaningful and accessible way. She leads a five-year statewide grant to prepare new and novice clinical nursing faculty — an urgent need as faculty and nursing shortages intensify. She teaches in the School of Nursing Institute for Educators’ graduate teaching certificate program and mentors other faculty in her role as associate dean. She is president of the Association for Nursing Professional Development and served as editor of the Journal for Nurses in Professional Development. She is a fellow in the American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s academic nursing leadership program and was awarded the organization’s Excellence and Innovation in Teaching Award. She maintains a faculty practice as an education consultant in the University of Maryland Medical Center’s Office of Clinical Practice and Professional Development.

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This information was last updated January 6, 2023.