School of Nursing and Health Studies

Shannon Roosma-Goldstein, Lecturer

Shannon Roosma-GoldsteinShannon L. Roosma-Goldstein (She/Her/Hers)


For the past 25 years Shannon has worked as a nurse in a wide range of public health settings and roles, bringing with her a deep commitment to serving marginalized communities and individuals.  Returning to school to obtain a graduate degree was where Shannon was able to further hone her professional aspirations and develop her skills, and where she discovered a passion for teaching.  She has primarily taught RN to BSN and global health students and really values the rich life experiences that students bring to the courses she teaches. Shannon has been with the University of Washington Bothell since 2020 where she focuses on courses in nursing research and community/public health.


Shannon’s scholarship has focused on practical approaches to effective adult learning, nursing education and professional development, and population approaches in correctional health and other settings. 


University of Washington
Seattle, WA 
  • MPH
Seattle Pacific University
Seattle, WA
  • BSN



Courses Taught

  • Translating Scholarly Knowledge to Nursing Practice
  • Population Based Health in Community Practice
  • Building Skills in Health (Healthcare in Non-Traditional Settings: Correctional & Educational)
  • Introduction to Public Health