Maureen Rauschhuber



Office: Nursing Building #113
Phone: (210) 829-3995

  • PhD, Texas A&M University at College Station
  • MSN, Incarnate Word College
  • BSN, Incarnate Word College

Dr. Rauschhuber began teaching at UIW in 1999 with a focus on the childbearing family and nursing skills. She has extensive experience teaching in laboratory, clinical and online environments. 


  • Childbearing Family
  • Health Promotion
  • Health Assessment
  • Informatics
  • Issues
  • Leadership and Management
  • Nursing Skills
  • Pathology for Athletic Training/Rehabilitation Science Students
  • Professional Nursing Rolse 
  • Research
  • Student Success


  • Curriculum Development
  • Program Implementation and Evaluation
  • Research
  • Teaching in Schools of Nursing
  • Anger
  • Conflict management
  • Ethical beliefs and intentions
  • Health literacy
  • Health
  • Research ethics
  • Resilience and empowerment of students
  • Spirituality
  • Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nursing
  • Sigma Theta Tau International
  • Texas Nurses Association
  • 2015, Medical Center Rotary Nursing Excellence Award, San Antonio Medical Center Rotary
  • 2011, Sr. Margaret Rose Palmer Award for Education, University of the Incarnate Word
  • 2009, South Texas Nurse Imagemaker, TNA District 8 and Delta Alpha at Large Chapter Sigma
  • 2003, Sr. Charles Marie Frank Transformational Leadership Award, UIW School of Nursing
  • Dols, J. D., Hoke, M., and Rauschhuber, M. (2017). Mock IRB : Promoting analytical and reasoning skills in research ethics. Nurse Educator, 42(6), E4-E8.
  • Pines, E. W., Rauschhuber, M., Norgan, G., Cook, J., Canchola, L. and Jones M. E. (2014). Enhancing resilience, empowerment and conflict management among baccalaureate students: Outcomes of a pilot study. Nurse Educator, 39(2), 85-90.
  • Pines, E., Rauschhuber, M., Norgan, G., Cook, J. D., Canchola, L., Richardson, C., and Jones, E. (2012). Stress resiliency, psychological empowerment, conflict management styles, and workplace violence experiences among baccalaureate nursing students. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(7), 1482-1493