Cheryl Armstrong, DNP, MS, RN portrait
  • Assistant Professor (Clinical), College Of Nursing


  • DNP, Organizational Leadership, Chatham University. Project: Reducing Medication Errors by Increasing Knowledge and Confidence of Novice Nurses
  • MS, Nursing Education, University of Utah
  • BSN, Nursing, Weber State Universtiy
  • ADN, Nursing, Utah Valley Community College


Since becoming a registered nurse in 1991, Cheryl has spent most of her career at the bedside in a variety of settings, including Labor and Delivery, Newborn ICU, Adult ICU, and Telemetry.  She always enjoyed working with student nurses and in 2010 went back to school to earn her Master's in Nursing Education from the University of Utah.  In January 2016 Cheryl joined the faculty at the University of Utah College Of Nursing and is currently an Assistant Professor. She teaches courses in both the undergraduate and graduate nursing programs.  In August 2017 she earned a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree from Chatham University and plans to continue her career in academia. When she is not teaching she enjoys traveling, cooking, and spending time with her husband and three children.