Maureen Rauschhuber


RN-MSN Track Coordinator

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

  • Educational Degrees

    • PhD - Texas A&M University, Educational Human Resource Development
    • MSN - Incarnate Word College
    • BSN - Incarnate Word College
  • Brief Academic and Teaching History

    Dr. Rauschhuber's teaching at UIW began in 1999 with focus on childbearing family and nursing skills. She has extensive experience teaching in class, laboratory, clinical, and on-line environments. 

  • Courses Taught


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


    • Research
    • Program Implementation and Evaluation
    • Curriculum Development
    • Teaching in Schools of Nursing
  • Research Interests

    • Health Literacy
    • Ethical Beliefs and Intentions
    • Research Ethics
    • Conflict Management
    • Resilience and Empowerment of Students
    • Anger
    • Spirituality
    • Health
  • Professional Memberships

    • Texas Nurses Association
    • Sigma Theta Tau International
    • Association of Women's Health, Obstetric, and Neonatal Nursing
  • Awards and Accomplishments

    • 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
  • Intellectual Contributions (Publications)

    1. 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.
    2. 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.
    3. 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