Jan Oosting

Assistant Professor, Nursing

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Phone: (646) 344-7345

Fax: (646) 344-7269

Jan Oosting, PhD, RN, is an Assistant Professor of Nursing at the CUNY School of Professional Studies. Her clinical background is in pediatric intensive care and she completed her PhD at The Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. Her research interests include vulnerable populations of children in the healthcare system, including gender fluid and transgender children, children of incarcerated mothers, and children in an ICU setting.


PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing

Recent News

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CUNY SPS Wins Grant to Expand LGBTQIA+ Programming

November 02, 2023

The grant, awarded by the CUNY LGBTQIA+ Consortium, will be applied toward a yearlong program coordinated with the CUNY SPS Pride Club.

CUNY SPS EDI Ambassadors

Introducing the CUNY SPS EDI Ambassadors (Pt. 2)

October 20, 2023


The CIED recognized a cohort of faculty and staff who had committed themselves to an intensive EDI training regimen through LinkedIn Learning. Those who completed the multiple training modules were distinguished as “EDI Ambassadors” by the CIED and earned a special certification badge.EDI Ambassadors Trevaughn Bynum-Ortiz, the academic program specialist for the online Business programs, Rinchen (Rin) Lama, human resources coordinator, and Jan Oosting, assistant professor of Nursing programs, share their insights after completing EDI coursework earlier this year.
CIED Badge for EDI Ambassadors

CIED and HR Honor First Cohort of EDI Ambassadors

October 05, 2023

The nine faculty and staff were recognized for completing a series of curated LinkedIN Learning courses focused on equity, diversity, and inclusion. 

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Celebrating Pride Month 2023

June 01, 2023

Interim Dean Silva-Puras reflects upon recent efforts at CUNY SPS to support the LGBTQIA+ community and offers suggestions for what to read, watch, and do to celebrate this month.