Jennifer Serratos, MSN, RN, is full-time faculty at California State University, Stanislaus and currently works as a bedside nurse in the Emergency Room of a local hospital. Jennifer has been a practicing nurse for 25 years with specialties in Obstetrics and Emergency Nursing. She is currently the Clinical Coordinator for Reproductive Health and teaches Introduction to Nursing Research (Pre-Licensure, RN to BSN), Professional Nursing (Pre-Licensure, RN to BSN and Online RN to BSN), Reproductive Health, and Practicum (6th Semester). Additional classes that Jennifer has taught are Transcultural Nursing, and Clinical for Obstetrics /Pediatrics. Jennifer is a certified online instructor through Quality Matters, a Voice Thread Educator and also teaches in our online RN-BSN program. She obtained both her BSN (2011) and MSN (2015) degrees at Stanislaus State. The Thesis Project was: Preeclampsia: Understanding and Implementing the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative Toolkit. Research interests include simulation, reduction of anxiety in high stakes testing, and bridging the gap between faculty and students in respect to learning/teaching styles. Jennifer was part of a research group that was recently published in the Journal of Nursing Research for an innovative teaching strategy that incorporated simulation into an online nursing curriculum, and is currently working with a team regarding the Image of Nursing from the Adolescent perspective.