Ashley Molina



Phone: 607.937.1333
Office: HEC 311F



Binghamton University, Family Nurse Practitioner, M.S.
St. John Fisher College, Nursing with Minor in Psychology, B.S.


The most inspiring part of teaching nursing is working with students and watching them grow for 2 years. Using active learning and hands on practice to keep students involved is so exciting. Watching students grow in their confidence through simulation and finding the newest, greatest, technology to introduce is a rewarding experience.


Introduction to Medical/Surgical Nursing; Fundamentals of Nursing/Health Assessment; Pharmacology I, II, & III; Transitions to Practice; Issues and Perspectives; Medical/Surgical Nursing I; Freshman Simulation Semester I & II; Sophomore Simulation Semester I & II; Pediatrics Simulation; Behavioral Health Simulation

Professional Interests

An interest of mine is to develop a research question around simulation. There is ever growing data that supports simulation's importance in nursing education with the lack of clinical sites for student nurses. My interest is to explore the different outcomes in learning with the technology CCC nursing department has to offer in simulation and if there is a correlation between simulation and testing benchmarks.


Organization for Associate Degree Nursing (OADN)
Society for Simulation in Healthcare (SSH)