Fifty $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to incoming Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) students
Caring for others begins with caring for yourself
Always looking toward the next phase of his career, alumni Joe McMahon, PTA, B.S., has the art of pursuing professional goals down to a science.
Merging her passions of radiology technology and education, alumna Kendra Crogan is focused on training the next generation of health care leaders.
Two alumnae brought their health care education to the small business sector, opening businesses that meet both the present and future needs of their patients and communities.
Your exemplary perseverance, resilience and dedication to your community is greatly appreciated
Competition continues its nine-year successful streak with alumni and College community
Alumni share their experiences and passion for the mental health field
Chantel Collier, MSN, FNP-C (’17), and Ana Taylor, MSN, FNP-C (’17), are well aware of the challenges experienced by rural communities lacking access to consistent medical care.
Members of Omicron Epsilon, the Clarkson College chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honors Society, attended the 45th Sigma Biennial Convention from Nov. 16–20 in Washington, D.C. where they received recognition for their dedication to the organization and nursing profession.
The legacy of Clarkson College continues to expand as graduates encourage younger generations to become part of its tradition of excellence.
Clarkson College alumni use their unique skills to give back to the health care community in impactful ways.
Sheila Augustine, CHFP (’07, ’19), is the Director of Patient Financial Services at Nebraska Medicine and a two-time graduate of the Clarkson College Health Care Business program.
Student partners with local non-profit focused on supporting diabetes patients
Nursing alumna’s work in anesthesia inspired a legacy of advancement that continues today
Alumna pursues her master’s degree to assist her organization in achieving its goals
Nursing alumnae remember their service during World War II
Nursing alumnus takes his skills from the clinic to the fire station
Being caring, compassionate individuals means recognizing the challenges others face while taking action to help overcome them. Clarkson College faculty, staff and students went above and beyond this year to spread the caring spirit across campus and the surrounding community.
Clarkson College strives to provide the best instruction in anatomy, chemistry and physiology and requires facilities that are on par with the quality of this instruction.