Contact the Nursing Program

OSU Institute of Technology's Nursing Program is physically located in the Nursing & Health Sciences Center on West 2nd Street.

Mailing address:
Nursing Program
OSU Institute of Technology
1801 East 4th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447-3901

For general inquiries, call the Nursing office at 918-293-5337 or email donna.prior@okstate.edu.

Jodi Campbell, MS, RN

Interim Director of Nursing Jodi Campbell, MS, RN Interim Director of Nursing
918-293-5075
jodi.campbell@okstate.edu

  

LaTasha Antwine, MS, RN


 

Kathryn Bible, MS, RN

Simulation Lab Coordinator
918-293-5334
kathryn.bible@okstate.edu
Kathryn graduated from Bacone College with an Associate in Applied Science degree. She graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and went on to complete her Master of Science in Nursing Education from the University of Oklahoma. Her nursing career began in medical/surgical nursing. Oncology nursing then became her passion for the next twelve years. Her other nursing experiences included the OR and maternal child. She began her career in nursing as an adjunct clinical instructor and later moved to full-time status as a nursing educator. Her nursing education includes Foundations in Nursing, Medical-Surgical Nursing, and Complementary & Alternative Therapies. Currently she teaching Nursing Dosage Calculations and coordinates Simulation & Skills Lab experiences for nursing students. 
 

Jamie Diggins, MS, RN


 

Tina Gordon, MSN, RN


 

Marion McGehee, MSN, RN

Marion graduated from Oklahoma City Community College with an Associate in Applied Science degree.  She graduated from the University of Phoenix with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.  She then completed a Master of Science Nursing degree with emphasis on nurse education from Western Governors’ University. Her nursing experience includes Cardiac Intensive Care, Post Critical Care, Cardiac Outpatient Testing, Home Health, and nursing education in both practical nurse and associate degree registered nurse levels. She currently teaches Medical-Surgical Nursing for Adults I, Pharmacology in Nursing, and Disease and Diagnostic Methods.