An alumna's journey from asylum to college graduate
Each semester, the Alumni Association will select one graduating student who exemplifies and works actively to uphold integrity as a cornerstone of their personal, academic and professional lives.
Since graduating from the Clarkson College Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program in December 2010, Jacque Murphy has worked as a licensed PTA at the primary hospital in Gothenburg, Neb.
What a leader contributes shapes an orgnizations's future. Because of Dr. Louis Burgher, the legacy of Clarkson College will not only live on, it will continue to move forward.
The two days of reconnecting with their alma mater and former classmates began with warm, heartfelt greetings as the anniversary classes of 1966 and 1976 welcomed one another to Alumni Weekend.
Aven’s desire to learn about her late grandma—beyond the stories told by her mother, Kayleen—all started with her involvement in 4-H.
The 158 students who attended New Student Orientation (NSO) on Friday, Aug. 26 were the first group to experience NSO as a full-day event, entailing the involvement of more than 70 faculty and staff members and 13 Student Ambassadors.
Several environmental projects have been completed or are currently in the works on campus to help call attention to a specific area’s members or mission.
In honor of her demonstrated commitment to the nursing profession for more than 40 years, Omaha Central High School inducted Clarkson College Dean of Nursing Dr. Aubray Orduña into its Hall of Fame on Oct. 6.
Some know her as a dancer or a musician; others remember her as a crafter of specialty coffee drinks. Some would call her their therapist or instructor; others marvel over her accomplishments as an ultra-runner.
Many alumni and their friends took a break from the rush of holiday preparations to enjoy an evening of fun.
The Alumni Association, College Facilities and Marketing have worked together to enhance the first floor lobby space of the main campus building.
Several months leading up to the holiday season, the spirit of giving at Clarkson College flowed gleefully through the campus air.
Day in and day out, Clarkson College faculty commit themselves to enlightening students to become well-rounded, competent and caring health care providers.
In June 2014, Nic and Angie spent six days in Guatemala using their skills as registered nurses to aid many of the ailing townspeople of Chimaltenango.
This year’s Decorated Table Trivia event was a magnitude of enthusiasm. The four tables spent the morning of March 5 testing their trivia knowledge and showcasing their decorating skills.
Wit, skill and tradition were the themes of the sixth annual Alumni Bowling Tournament held Jan. 23 at Scorz Sports Center in Ralston, Neb.
In 1991, Clarkson College initiated the Radiology Technology (RT) program under the direction of Loren Garletts.
We crowned our first ever “Miss Clarkson” in 1943, and we take great pride in the fact that—more than 70 years later—we continue to celebrate this tradition.
Each year, March of Dimes awards 25 nurses from each state for their outstanding work, leadership and contributions to their community and the profession of nursing.