Maureen Maguire-Teacher of All SON Classes-Rest On Laurels


By Lynn Schultz-Writsel

MaguireSON Assistant Professor Maureen Maguire, MSN, RN, PNP, who joined the SON faculty just as the second baccalaureate class entered the SON, has announced her retirement. According to Maguire, “It’s been an amazing ride and I’m surprised to realize that 23 years have gone by!” Throughout those years, Maguire has seen the School grow and change direction. She found each stage to be “a fascinating experience where you could learn and grow as a faculty member.” She added, “I liked it every day, but the most special times were those ‘Oh! I get that!’ moments with the students.”

Maguire, the recipient of three annual JHUAA student-selected Excellence in Teaching awards, noted that she knew it was “time for the teacher to rest on her laurels when I saw how my students were exceeding all expectations.”


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  1. Dear Maureen,
    this is MJ one of your 4 students from the Robert Wood Johnson Grant in 1979 from the University of Maryland. My advisor at the time Louise Wolf recommended me for going through your program. I have been in practice now since 1979. I am certified by ANCC, I see about 30 patients a day!. I have taught at KU Medical Center in Kansas and Florida Atlantic University. You have impacted my students and children than you will ever know.
    I am applying now for my GA license as I have grandbabies I would like to live closer to. I NEED another letter written by you for the Georgia BON explaing my Pediatric Assessment classes thru the Robert Wood Johnson Grant. Please contact me at or 772-349-7860. Congratulations on your retirement . MJ

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