Peter Shute

  • Instructor, Nursing
Peter Shute

Professor Shute is a core-faculty member teaching nursing courses in the newly formed School of Nursing. He graduated from his first nursing program in 1980 and has had a vast experience in both clinical and administrative nursing positions in both acute care settings and community health settings. His community experience includes Migrant Health, Home Health, Hospice, Home infusion, and Jail health. He currently is completing a Doctorate of Education from the University of Phoenix. His research topic is on faculty perceptions of caring in the nursing curriculum. Professor Shute is the founding faculty advisor for the Mercy University Tri-state American Association of Men in Nursing.

University of Phoenix          

    Doctorate, Education Leadership, Candidate     2023

University of Phoenix                                     

    Master of Science in Nursing                                2005

Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Fl                             

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing                             1985                                      

St. Petersburg Junior College, St. Petersburg, Fl               

Associate of Science Degree in Nursing           1980




Faculty Perceptions of Caring in an Undergraduate Baccalaureate Nursing Program

  • Pediatrics
  • Health Assessment
  • Research
  • Nursing Leadership
  • Community Health

Faculty Daisy Award Nomination