by Taylor Maguire, Published October 16, 2012
Williams has been a professor in the School of Nursing at EMU since 2003. His courses include: Adult Health Nursing; Pathophysiology; and Professional Issues in Nursing. In his lectures, he is prepared and professional. He is described as compassionate and extremely knowledgeable. He encourages his students to be the best and takes the time to get to know his classes.
In 2011, Williams won the Outstanding, Dedication to Student Success award at EMU. Also at EMU, he won the Everett Faculty Excellence award for teaching in Health and Human Services. He was honored with the Leader of Leaders Award for the National Nursing Association in 2007. Williams has been in the nursing field since 1984. Williams is the Program Coordinator for EMU's School of Nursing. He has also been a nurse at the Chelsea Community Hospital in the Intensive Care Unit since 2000.
Williams has been a member of the American Care Critical Care Nurses for 28 years and the Vice President of the Institute of Professional Nursing. Williams received his Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Technology from Michigan State University in 1982. He has an Associate degree in Nursing from Lansing Community College, and a Master of Nursing from Grand Valley State University in Acute Care of the Adult. Williams is currently a Nursing Science Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan.