Name And Title:
Azman Sabet, RN, MSN
What Courses Do You Teach?
Pharmacotherapy, Medical/Surgical Nursing
When Are Your Office Hours?
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoon
How Long Have You Taught At SU? Have You Taught At Any Other Colleges Or Universities? If So, Where?
I started teaching at SU part-time in 2013 and full-time in 2016.
What Types Of Nursing Jobs Have You Had?
Progressive Care Unit (PCU) providing direct patient care; coordinator of a 48-bed PCU unit.
What Advice Would You Give To Undergrad/ Grad Students?
Be organized and work hard and you will always succeed.
What Is Your Best Memory At SU?
I am thinking about a meeting with President Fitzsimmons. She was perfectly clear in her guidance and leadership about adult learners who have kids and family responsibilities requiring extra attention and support. Dr. Fitzsimmons reminded us that based on our culture at SU, we fully support these students so that they can succeed in their education. I remember that meeting as the exact day when I realized my goals in working with adult learners were perfectly aligned with the mission and vision of my bigger SU family.
What Do You Like To Do In Your Free Time?
If I find any, I read history. I also enjoy walking in nature.
What Is Your Favorite Food?
Dolmeh – It is an Iranian dish. It is mostly made of rice, spices, and olive oil wrapped in grape leaves.
Do You Have A Favorite Book Or Movie?
My favorite movie is Life is Beautiful directed by Roberto Benigni (1998). My favorite book is The Soul Enchanted by Romain Rolland.
What Is Your Favorite Place You’ve Lived Or Visited? Why?
I grew up in Iran and came to the U.S. in 2002. There are many places in these two countries that I love.
Is there anything about yourself that others may not know, that you think would interest them?
I miss my hometown in Iran but cannot visit it because the religious dictatorship of Iran makes it extremely unsafe for everyone but more so for dual-citizens. This fact may interest people who freely travel to their hometown and enjoy the freedom that is rooted in separation of religion and government.