Omotayo Omotowa, MPA, MA, MSN, RN
College of Nursing
Idaho State University
921 S. 8th Ave Stop 8101
Pocatello, ID 83209-8101
- BSC in Political Science, Obafermi Qwolowo University, Nigeria
- MPA in Public Administration, University of Ilorim, Nigeria
- MA in Political Science, University of Idaho
- BSN, Lewis-Clark State College
- MSN in Nursing Education from Walden University
Omotayo (Tayo) Omotowa is a Clinical Assistant Professor for Idaho State University's College of Nursing. Her areas of interest include Teaching, Scholarship, Service, Simulation, Geriatric Nursing, Public Health, and Policy. She has five years of staff nurse experience on various medical surgical units at the Eastern Idaho Regional Center, Idaho Falls. In addition she has five years of previous teaching experience at the Bishop Smith Memorial College in Nigeria teaching Government and Yoruba. Most recently she served as an adjunct faculty at ISU School of Nursing teaching nursing fundamentals and working in the skills lab.
She was on the Dean's list at Lewis-Clark State College and is a member of STTI, ANA, and the Idaho Nurses Association. She is also a certified Crisis Intervention Team Education member. She has presented her Graduate School Practicum Project at ISU and the State Hospital South, Blackfoot.
Ms. Omotowa has a BSC in Political Science from Obafermi Qwolowo University, Nigeria; MPA in Public Administration from University of Ilorim, Nigeria; MA, Political Science from the University of Idaho; BSN from Lewis-Clark State College; and MSN in Nursing Education from Walden University. Ms.Omotowa is currently a student in the PhD in Nursing program at Walden University focusing on public health policy.