Dr. Mary Quinn Griffin
Assistant Provost for Outcome Assessment & Accreditation
Case Western Reserve University
Mary T. Quinn Griffin, MSN, MEd, PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN, ANEF
Dr. Mary T. Quinn Griffin is the Associate Dean for Global Affairs, and the May L. Wykle Endowed Professor at the Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing, Case Western Reserve University. She is the Assistant Provost for Outcome Assessment and Accreditation at Case Western Reserve University. She is responsible for Global affairs in the school of nursing and collaborates with international partners facilitating faculty activities and student exchanges. Dr. Quinn Griffin teaches primarily in the Doctor of Nursing Practice program with a focus on nursing theory, research methods, and curricular design. She has chaired over 40 Doctoral committees and a member of over 90 doctoral committees. She has authored 39 book chapters and over 60 peer reviewed publications. Dr. Quinn Griffin’s areas of specialization are Global Affairs, Education, Executive Leadership, Emotional Intelligence, workforce issues, and climate change and health.
She received her Registered general nursing and midwifery qualifications in Salford, England. She has a Master’s degree in Education from Trinity College, the University of Dublin, Ireland. She has a Master’s in Nursing Science and a PhD in Nursing from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. She has diplomas in Advanced Statistics and Molecular Genetics. She has a certificate in Emotional intelligence from Case Western Reserve University. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing and a Fellow of the National League for Nursing’s Academy of Nursing Education. She is a certified nurse educator with the National League for Nursing. In 2019 she received the Elizabeth Russell Belford Award for Excellence in Education from Sigma Theta Tau, the international nursing honor society.
Dr. Quinn Griffin is nationally recognized for her accreditation expertise, and she is a Peer Reviewer for the Higher Learning Commission (HCL). She is a member of number international and national committees. She has spent most of her career educating nursing students both in Ireland and in the United States.