Anne Skoglund, BSN, MAN

Anne Skoglund, BSN, MAN

Assistant Professor of Nursing

BSN Bethel University, St Paul, MN 1995

MAN Bethel University, St Paul, MN 2000


Wilson Center, W3209
2803 Lincoln Drive
Roseville, MN 55113



Professional Experience

Master’s project- Staff Education/orientation at St. Joseph’s hospital care with cultural diversity

Homeschooled my 3 children all the way through

Classical Conversations 2013-2017

Courses Taught at UNW in the past 3-5 years

NUR 2216 Assessment

NUR 3315 Pediatrics

NUR 4316 Leadership


Master’s project- Staff Education on Cultural Diversity, St. Joseph’s Hospital, 2000

Speaker at Pinning Ceremony 2018, 2023

Presentation on Spasticity to healthcare professionals in Ukraine 2018

Presentation on immunizations in Ukraine 2019

Professional Affiliations


MN Nurses Association 1995-2000


Church involvement or community service

Sunday school teacher to children many years, leader of women’s small groups, leader of MOPS- Mothers of Preschoolers

Personal teaching philosophy

I love teaching students to be nurses, but most importantly to integrate their faith into their practice of nursing. I want students to really learn to care for all people and to give them a desire for life-long learning as there are continuous changes in healthcare.

Favorite verse or quote

Proverbs 3:5-6


I enjoy spending time with my family, reading, shopping, and listening to praise music. I love traveling to Israel, Florida, and the cabin in Wisconsin.


My husband, Derrick is a pastor. We have enjoyed serving in various churches and Israel. We currently have 2 smaller congregations and study the Bible, both OT and NT with a focus on Torah and Jewish context. Three children- Andrew, Peter (Mia), and Hannah are all young adults and we love spending time together.

Why do you love your discipline?

Nursing is a calling, it is a privilege to care for people when they are most vulnerable. We have an opportunity to help them as a whole person- physical, mental, cultural, and spiritual. This is why I love to teach these principles to the next generation. I want them to be used by God to serve in this same calling and to experience the joy it brings.