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Jennifer Deneault Assistant Professor

Jennifer Deneault

Contact Jennifer Deneault

  • Kennedy Academic Building, Fourth Floor
    1041 Blue Hill Avenue Milton, MA 02186

B.S. Curry College
M.S.N. South University
D.N.P. Simmons University 

Dr. Jennifer Deneault has been teaching at Curry College since 2022. She currently teaches in traditional B.S. in nursing, accelerated B.S., AE-MSN, and RN-BS programs. Prior to coming to Curry College, Dr. Deneault taught in RN-BS programs at Simmons College and accelerated programs at the University of Massachusetts-Boston. Additionally, Dr. Denault has worked as an adjunct faculty at Quincy College. Dr. Deneault has over 20 years of experience in nursing, working in acute care, ambulatory care, and leadership. Dr. Deneault is a member of the Massachusetts Rhode Island League for Nursing, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, National League for Nursing, Eastern Nursing Research Society, Northeastern Organization of Nurse Educators, American Nurses Association, and an active member of Sigma Theta Tau Chapter at Large acting as the faculty counselor for her chapter.

Academic Experience

Current Appointments and Affiliations

RN- BS Program Coordinator in the School of Nursing – 2023- Present
Curry College School of Nursing 

Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing – 2022- Present
Curry College School of Nursing 


Dr. Deneault has been teaching at Curry College School of Nursing since 2022.  Current and previous courses include:

  • Adult Health II (Traditional)
  • Pathophysiology (Traditional and Accel)
  • Pharmacology (RN-BS)
  • Health Policy (RN-BS)
  • Transition to Baccalaureate Nursing (RN-BS)
  • Evidence for Nursing Practice (Accel)
  • Transitions to the Advanced Generalist Role (AE-MSN)
  • Clinical Coordination (Adult Health I and Adult Health II – Accel)

Research Interests

  • Nursing Education
  • Transition of novice nurses into practice
  • Mentorship of nursing students

Honors and Awards

Curry College Alexander Grahm Bell Honor Society Recognition (2023)

Nominated for Daisy Faculty Award (2023)