About LMU

About LMU


Dr. Mary Anne Modrcin - Assistant Provost for Nursing and Allied Health; Dean, Caylor School of Nursing

Dr. Mary Anne Modrcin came to Lincoln Memorial University in 2001. She is originally from Kansas and has taught at five other universities.

Dr. Modrcin earned the BSN from the University of Kansas, the MSN from Boston University and the PhD from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. In addition to being an administrator in higher education, she has practiced as a clinical nurse specialist in pediatrics.

Since becoming dean of LMU's School of Nursing, Modrcin has overseen the creation of two new graduate programs in nursing and was the lead member of a team that received the largest federal grant in the University’s history. The grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), worth $818,821, was to support and enhance the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Family Nurse Practitioner program. During her tenure at LMU, Modrcin has secured nearly $2 million in grant funding for the Caylor School of Nursing.

Dr. Modrcin is the author of many book chapters and publications.

Visit the Caylor School of Nursing to learn about the many programs of study that are available.