Marivic Torregosa, PhD, FNP-BC

Marivic Torregosa photograph

Hometown: Laredo, Texas  
Education: PhD in Nursing University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
  MSN and FNP Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Texas
  BSN University of Bohol-Philippines
Responsibilities: Graduate faculty for MSN program and clinical simulation for senior undergraduate nursing students.  
Position: Assistant Professor  
Research: Nursing education research (student success among students from diverse backgrounds, simulation), and child obesity.  
Hobbies: Music, travel  
Currently Working On:


Ynalvez, M. A., Ynalvez, R., Torregosa, M., Palacios, H., & Kilburn, J. (2012). Do cell phones, iPods/MP3 players, siblings and friends matter? Predictors of child body mass in a U.S. Southern Border City Middle School. Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, 6(1).

Torregosa, M. B., & Morin, K. H. (2012). Programmatic and Teaching Initiatives for Ethnically Diverse Nursing Students: A Literature Review. Asian Nursing Research, 6(2), 67-74.

5201 University Boulevard, Laredo, TX 78041-1900 Work956.326.2100