Marilyn Bougere, CNS, MSN, RN

Distinguished Lecturer
JSU South Complex, Office 238
256-782-8404
mbougere@jsu.edu

Mrs. Bougere is married to Anthony and has two adult sons, Harold and Ravon.

marilyn bougere

Academic/Research Interests

Mrs. Bougere is currently a reader for Ravon Keith who is working on his Ph.D. from Clark Atlanta University Atlanta, Georgia in English and the Humanities. She a member of Sigma Theta Tau, International Nursing Honor Society, the author of several published articles in Peer-reviewed Journals, and a Reviewer of several Books and Journals in her discipline. She is the recipient of many Research Awards and was voted Who’s Who among teachers two years consecutively. Marilyn was promoted to the Rank of Distinguished Lecturer in 2013 and was awarded the Birmingham Metro Nursing in Excellence Award in 2014 for outstanding leadership, dedication, and caring in the nursing profession. In December 2015 she was certified as an Online-Instructor at Jacksonville State University. Marilyn is active in her community and in her church. Marilyn is a founding Board of Trustees Member of The 6:52 Project for HIV Awareness and Scholarship Administration in Gadsden, Alabama; she is on the Executive Committee of The Seven Four Charitable Organization in Gadsden, Alabama, and a past member of the Board of Directors for the East Alabama Boys and Girls Clubs of America, of Calhoun County, Anniston, Alabama.

Courses Taught

Mrs. Bougere has taught Issues and Trends in Nursing, Women's Health, Foundations of Nursing Leadership, Leadership and Management, and is currently teaching Childbearing Families

Education

Marilyn was a former LPN, Diploma, and Baccalaureate graduate. She is currently a graduate of The University of Alabama at Birmingham where she received a Masters of Science degree in Maternal Infant Nursing as a Clinical Nurse Specialist. Her area of concentration included Education with an emphasis on Curriculum and Instruction. She is completing her 44th year of Nursing and 47th year in healthcare.