Suzanne Martin Stricklin, PhD, RN, CNE

Suzanne Martin Stricklin

Associate Professor

144 University Hall, Hamilton Campus


  • PhD, Nursing, University of Kansas
  • MSN, University of Phoenix
  • BSN, Indiana University


Dr. Martin Stricklin has taught many different courses in-person, hybrid and fully online. Over her tenure as a nursing professor including medical-surgical nursing, community health, psychiatric/mental health, and complex health problems, though her true passion is in community health and psychiatric/mental health.


Dr. Martin Stricklin has worked and is working with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma on numerous projects including those related to the elder and preschool populations. She is currently involved in service and research projects with families and teachers of tribal preschoolers, purposed toward obesity prevention. She co-developed a study-away course involving student immersion in the Miami Tribe’s culture and practices and is studying the effect of this experience on students' cultural competence. The partnership that she, a colleague and tribal members and representatives developed and are continuing to nurture, is the center from which all work flows. Dr. Martin Stricklin teaches in-person, hybrid and fully online courses. Her practice experience is as varied as her teaching history and also includes work in substance abuse/addiction.