Britt Cole, MSN, RN

Britt Burlile

Assistant Professor

University Hall 129, Hamilton Campus


  • DNP – Indiana Wesleyan University, in progress
  • MSN - Nursing Education Specialty, Walden University
  • BSN - Wright State University
  • School Nurse Certification - Miami University

Professional Experience

Britt has worked for Miami since 2009 and has taught in the BSN and RN-BSN programs. She is the lead faculty and clinical course coordinator for pediatric nursing. Britt has worked in the field of Pediatrics for 29 years at both Dayton and Cincinnati Children’s Hospitals. Her experience includes ER, ICU, Hem/Onc, IV therapy, radiology, adolescent psychiatry, and nursing education. She also has 18 years of experience as the Lead School Nurse for Little Miami Schools.


Britt chairs the Nursing Admission, Progression, and Graduation Committee and Nursing Grievance Committee. She serves as the Co-coordinator for the Miami Regionals Center for Teaching and Learning and serves on the Miami Center for Teaching Excellence Senate Committee. Britt developed the Miami Nursing Faculty Peer Mentoring with peers in nursing, which provides mentorship for first-year nursing faculty. She serves as President of the Board of Trustees for Parachute–Butler County CASA, a program that supports volunteer representation for foster care children.

Research Interests

  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Faculty mentoring
  • Adolescent mental health
  • Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Faith in nursing