Cory Sheeler, DNP, FNP-BC, ENP

Cory Sheeler, DNP, FNP-BC, ENP

Clinical Assistant Professor
School of Nursing


B.S. – East Carolina University, 1999, Communications; RN – Presbyterian Hospital School of Nursing, 2005, Nursing; MSN – University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, 2009, Nurse Practitioner; Certificate – University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Nurse Educator; DNP – University of North Carolina at Charlotte/Western Carolina University

Personal Interests:

Faculty speaker at Senior Pinning Ceremony Spring 2017; Recipient of Best Practices in Teaching Directors Award 2016; Faculty advisor for Men in Nursing student group

Research Interest:

Emergency nursing; Elderly nursing; Alcohol abuse on college campuses

Teaching Specialty:

Health Assessment, Design and Coordination of Care, Leadership and Informatics for Nursing Practice

Mr. Sheeler is a lecturer in the School of Nursing and an officer of the local Sigma Theta Tau chapter. He continues to work as a nurse practitioner and care for elderly patients in assisted living facilities. His background is in emergency nursing, where he worked as a nurse and a nurse practitioner for over 10 years. He is currently enrolled in the dual DNP program at UNC Charlotte and Western Carolina University with a research interest in alcohol and its effect on members of the Greek community on college campuses.