Assistant Professor — Ph.D.
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Dr. Clingerman is an Assistant Professor of Adult Health Nursing in the Division of Adult Holistic Health. Her program of research has focused on health promotion among underserved people living with chronic health conditions. Her research has involved both qualitative and quantitative methods to study marginalized groups. More specifically, Dr. Clingerman is interested in the effects of stress and migration on health outcomes for migrant and seasonal farmworkers of Mexican origin. Her current study involves the examination of biopsychosocial markers (e.g. salivary cortisol levels, blood pressure, and behavioral stress inventory) of stress and explores the effects of stress on health among migrant farmworkers during a Midwestern migration experience. Dr. Clingerman’s teaching interests include ethics, culture, theory development, and research methods at the undergraduate and graduate levels.