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Carol Marie Sinn Serr
School of Nursing

Carol Marie Sinn Serr, M.S., R.N., Instructor in Nursing (Medical-Surgical Nursing)

B.S.N., University of Michigan School of Nursing, 1964; M.S., University of Michigan, 1983.

Instructor in Nursing 1986-1987, Lecturer in Nursing 1990-2001, University of Michigan School of Nursing.

Carol Serr was a clinical nurse specialist at the University of Michigan Health System as well as an instructor at the School of Nursing. A colleague remembers that she taught fundamentals of nursing, nursing skills, and medical-surgical nursing, theory and clinical. She may have worked with the senior students in leadership. In 1994 Carol Serr was the telephone contact for volunteers for a hypertension clinical research study.

Carol Marie Sinn, a graduate of Ann Arbor High School, was editor-in-chief of the 1959 yearbook as a senior and five years later was married to Erik Serr. Carol Serr succumbed to pancreatic cancer at age 78 in Ann Arbor, Michigan in July 2020.