Jaime Sinutko

Associate Professor of Nursing
Director, School of Nursing

Doctoral Studies, Oakland University
M.S.N., Oakland University
B.S.N., Oakland University

School: School of Nursing
Office: Muirhead Center 116
Phone: (248) 218.2283
Email: jsinutko@rc.edu



  • Transition to Professional Nursing
  • Advanced Health Assessment in the Community
  • Nursing Capstone/Practicum
  • Community Wellness I Lecture & Clinical
  • Nutritional Health Promotion
  • Community Wellness II Clinical
  • Nursing Empowerment



  • Member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing
  • Recipient of the Oakland University (OU) Board of Visitor’s Excellence Award
  • Dean’s Circle member in the OU School of Nursing
  • Member of American Association of Colleges of Nursing
  • ACLS Provider
  • BLS Instructor for American Heart Association
  • BLS Training Center Faculty
  • ENPC Certification
  • Member of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare since 2008
  • MACN member
  • MONE member
  • Lippincott Wolters Kluwer Health textbooks 
  • National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX)
  • Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), grant writer


  • Post-Master’s Certificate in Higher Education Administration at Oakland University
  • PhD in Educational Leadership student at Oakland University– slated to graduate in 2014
  • Registered nurse in the State of Michigan since 2000.
  • Presented poster at nursing conference, Nurse Educator’s Boot Camp in New Mexico in 2008, entitled Transforming Nursing Education
  • Published Creating My Place in the School of Nursing in the Oakland Journal in 2007
  • Conducting research on nursing student admission process
  • Preparation for State of Michigan board approval and program accreditation with the CCNE


I feel deeply blessed and grateful when documenting my professional and personal experiences. My husband and I keep active as our family grows. We have two boys, ages nine and twelve. We also enjoy sharing our home with our two large dogs. We carve out opportunities to serve at church and spend time with our family on vacation. Nursing has enriched all aspects of my life, and I pray it serves others as well.