Cynthia Mitsakis joined the School of Nursing in Fall 2016 as the Assistant Dean of Nursing at Endicott College. From the department of Biological Sciences at the University of New England, she earned a B.S. and holds a Ph.D. in Nursing from Endicott College. Dr. Mitsakis was an Assistant Professor at Lawrence Memorial / Regis College before joining the team at Endicott College.
Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing
Master of Science in Nursing
Associate of Science in Nursing
University of New England
Bachelor of Science in Biology
Awards and Accomplishments
Dr. Mitsakis was accepted to the distinguished Edmond J. Safra Visiting Nurse Faculty Program at the Parkinson’s Foundation. The highly prestigious Nurse Faculty Program improves Parkinson's Disease nursing care by training faculty leaders across the U.S. to educate nursing students. As one of just 35 accepted faculty in 2018, Cynthia has now joined the elite group of 228 alumni, Parkinson’s Foundation Nurse Scholars, who have completed the intensive training over the last nine years upon completion of her training.
The Correlation of Resilience Factors with Job Satisfaction in Emergency Room Nurses with Poster Presentation at the 29th Annual Eastern Nursing Research Society (ENRS) Session, Philadelphia, PA, 2019
Quantitative and Qualitative Research—April, 2017—Closing the Gap: Educating BSN Students on the Concepts of Moral Distress, Compassion Fatigue, and End of Life Care Through Simulation
NU 230 - Health Assessment
NU 410 - Acute Care Nursing
NU 210 - Fundamentals of Nursing