Here to share her path to becoming a PACS specialist and instructor in the certificate program option is Assistant Professor Kelly Eaton, M.S., R.T. (R)(ARRT)(CIIP).
Melissa Duschanek already has a clear plan for the future. Pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Community Health at Clarkson College led her to complete fieldwork with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Following graduation in August, she hopes to continue working with similar non-profit organizations.
Each year, Clarkson College awards the Gateway to Success Scholarship for Minority Nursing Students to individuals enrolled in or entering the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at the College
Clarkson College Student Nurse Association (SNA) members and faculty advisors traveled to the annual Nebraska State Student Nurses Association (NSSNA) conference in Gering, Neb. on Feb. 17.
Health care professionals are called to serve others, but not everyone is suited to provide care in an operating or emergency room. The Clarkson College Community Health program supports an individual’s desire to provide direct patient care outside the clinical setting.
The Clarkson College Board of Directors appointed Aubray Orduña, Ed.D. as interim President. Working in multiple capacities at Nebraska Medicine since 1975, Dr. Orduña has been a faculty member of Clarkson College since 1978.
You are invited to meet the site visit team and share your comments about the program in person at a meeting scheduled at 9:30 am on February 27th at Clarkson College in Room 416.
The ranking is a testament to program faculty and College leadership who are dedicated to providing high quality education.
Proud graduates received their diplomas on Saturday, Dec. 8. Here is a complete list of our 2018 Fall Graduates.
The Nebraska Action Coalition (NAC) honors nurses within the community by hosting the Nursing Leadership 40 Under 40 awards.