Professor • School of Nursing
After graduating from William Paterson University’s generic baccalaureate program, Mr. Bibi began his career as a registered nurse (RN) in a progressive care/telemetry unit at a local hospital in northern New Jersey. Shortly after, Mr. Bibi transferred to the critical care unit (CCU) at a level 1 trauma center. Before reaching a full year as a practicing nurse, Mr. Bibi swiftly rose to more challenging roles in his career as charge nurse and lead preceptor. These experiences granted unparalleled opportunities in precepting new graduate nurses where a passion for teaching quickly became evident. Mr. Bibi continued his education at WPUNJ where he received an advanced degree in nursing education, and now enrolled in a post-master’s Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) program.
Mr. Bibi is presently a full-time instructor at William Paterson University where he teaches notable didactic and clinical courses in the baccalaureate nursing program. Mr. Bibi’s teaching philosophy is rooted in a student-centered approach to education that prepares a diverse population of professional licensed nurses who embody the values of transcultural care to meet the ethnic needs of members of the community in which they serve. Mr. Bibi is committed to improving patient care delivery at the bedside by cultivating a practical learning environment that emphasizes clinical excellence when fostering the next generation of practicing nurses and leaders.
Languages (other than English)Persian Pashto
Critical Care, Progressive Care, Telemetry
Licenses and Certifications
New Jersey State Registered Nurse,
Critical Care Registered Nurse (CCRN),
Progressive Care Certified Nurse (PCCN),
Awards and Honors
Notable Courses Taught
NUR 3280: Nursing Practice I
NUR 3300: Nursing Practice II
NUR 3310: Health Indicators Seminar