Yoder, Marian K.
Year Retired from SJSU
Goshen College, 1960 B.S.
San Jose State University, 1981 MS
University of Southern California, 1991 Ed.D
Elyria (Ohio) Hospital School of Nursing, 1961-1962
Kaimosi Kenya Friends Hospital School of Nursing, 1962-1965
Lansing Michigan Community College, 1966-1972
San Jose State University School of Nursing, 1981-2009
Administrative and Professional Experience
Medical Surgical Nurse
Director: Friends Hospital School of Nursing; Kaimosi, Kenya
Intensive Care Nurse
Home Health/Public Health Nurse
San Jose State; Si Se Puede Community Service Project
Coordinator: San Jose State School of Nursing, Nurse Managed Centers
Amaro, D., Abriam-Yago, K.,& Yoder, M. K. (2006). Perceived barriers for ethnically diverse students in nursing programs. Journal of Nursing Education,45(7),247-254.
Yoder, M. (2001). The bridging approach: Effective strategies for teaching ethnically diverse nursing students. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 12(4), 319- 126.
Abriam-Yago, K. & Yoder, M. (1999). The Cummins model: A framework for teaching nursing student for whom English is a second language. Journal of Transcultural Nursing, 10(2), 143-149.
Yoder, M. K. (1997). Consequences of a generic teaching approach in a multicultural world. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 4 (3), 77-82.
Yoder, M. K. (1996). Instructional responses to ethnically diverse nursing students. Journal of Nursing Education, 35(7), 315-321.
Yoder, M. & Saylor, C. (2002). Student and teacher roles: Mismatched expectations. Nurse Educator, 27(5) 210-213.
Retired in 2009. I now have time to enjoy many interests such as biking, camping, hiking, cross country skiing, traveling, and singing in a community concert choir and church choir.
Date Completed: 2/26/10