Amber Williams
Amber Williams
Associate Professor of Nursing|Director of the Nursing Program|Program Coordinator of Nursing

Upcoming Courses

- Introduction to Public Health
- Ethics and Professionalism in Health Care
- History and Evolution of the Nursing Profession
- Health assessment and promotion for RNs
- Professional Nursing Roles and Trends
- Critical and Conceptual Thinking
- Information Management in Nursing Practice
- Physical Assessment and Health Promotion
- Foundational Nursing Concepts
- Foundational Nursing Concepts

The above list of courses is not an exhaustive list. It only includes courses for the current and imminent terms. For more information visit the Course Schedules page.

  • BS Biology
  • BS Nursing
  • MSN Family Nurse Practitioner
  • DNP Organizational Leadership
Professional Accomplishments

Professional Affiliations:

American Nurses Association (ANA)
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society (STTI)
American Public Health Association (APHA)
South Carolina Public Health Association (SCPHA)
National League for Nursing (NLN)
SC Board of Nursing Council of Deans & Directors


STTI Chapter Key Award for Excellence 2017
STTI Showcase of Regional Excellence - Advocacy Award 2017
USC College of Nursing - Community Engagement Award 2016
Palmetto Gold Recipient 2011
Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award 2010
Amy V. Cockcroft Nurse Fellow 2006


  1. Williams, A. (contributing author). Thompson, J. (2017). Essential Health Assessment. Chapter 12.  Assessing the Respiratory System. FA Davis. ISBN-13:978-0803627888
  2. Schafer, C., Williams, A., & Glenn, K. (2014). Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention and Awareness. (Honor Thesis).  
  3. Williams, A. (2012). Assessment and strategic planning to determine the growth feasibility of a distance-based baccalaureate nursing program. (DNP Project).  Proquest dissertation & theses database. UMI No. 3548816.
Peer Reviewed Publications:
  1. Dawson, R.M., Williams, A.P., Richardson, J. (2019). Development and Evaluation of a Theory Based Approach to Reducing Carbon Monoxide (CO) Morbidity and Mortality: The CO Blitz Model. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 36(2). 
  2. Williams, A. and Estrada, R. (2016). How to detect and prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. American Nurse Today 11(9).
  3. Frazier, B., Culley, J., Hein, L., Tavakoli, A., & Williams, A., (2013). Social Networking Policies in Nursing Education. Clinical Informatics in Nursing.