Sarah Beman

Associate Professor, Interim Program Director: Masters of Science in Nursing - Entry Level, Collaborative Practice Site Coordinator


Sarah worked at Hennepin County Medical Center (HCMC) on the Cardiac and Renal Unit and then the Newborn Intensive Care Unit. In October 2006 Sarah began teaching nursing at St. Catherine University (St. Kate's) in the Associate Degree Nursing Program. In 2011 Sarah completed her MA as a Nurse Educator at St. Kate's. In 2017, she completed her Ph.D. in Nursing at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee. During her time at St. Kate's she has been a coordinator and then director of the Associate Degree Nursing Program. Her current roles include Interim Program Director of the MSNEL Program and the Collaborative Practice Site Coordinator between the HSSH and the MDVA. During the summer, Sarah volunteers as a nurse at YMCA Camp Icaghowan and coordinates the student nurse internship program between the Greater Twin Cities YMCA residential camps and St. Kate's.

Ph.D., Nursing
University of WI, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2017

Master of Arts, Nursing Education
St. Catherine University, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2011

Bachelor of Arts, Nursing
College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2006

Associate of Science, Nursing
North Hennepin Community College, Brooklyn Park, Minnesota, 2004

Bachelor of Arts, Sociology
Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin, 1996

Associate Professor, St. Catherine University, 2018–Present

Assistant Professor, St. Catherine University, 2006–2018

Daley, B.J., Beman, S.B., Morgan, S., Sheriff, M.M., & Kennedy, L. (2017). Concept maps: A tool to prepare for high fidelity simulation in nursing. Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 17 (4), 17-30. Doi:10.14434/josotl.v17i4.21668

Daley, B.J., Morgan, S., Beman. S.B. (2016). Concept Maps in Nursing Education: A Historical Literature Review and Research Directions. Journal of Nursing Education 55(11) 631-639. Doi:10.3928/01484834-20161011-05

Beman, S. & Beman, N. (2012). "Systems Serving the Multi-problem Family," London, Routledge