Tag: Nursing

The next ‘Last Lecture’: Susan Gallagher-Lepak on e-learning

Prof. Susan Gallagher-Lepak of Nursing is the third speaker in UW-Green Bay’s “Last Lecture Series” line-up. Gallagher-Lepak will present “E-learning: The Train has Left the Station,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday (Nov. 18) in the Christie Theatre. The event is free and open to the public. “Higher education has changed dramatically since UW-Green Bay began in […]

UW-Green Bay presents Susan Gallagher-Lepak for the “Last Lecture Series”

Prof. Susan Gallagher-Lepak is the third speaker in the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s “Last Lecture Series” line-up. Gallagher-Lepak will present, “E-learning: The Train has Left the Station,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, November 18. The Last Lecture Series is part of the celebration of UWGB’s 50th Anniversary. Each month of the fall and spring semesters, a […]

Faculty note: publication by Nursing’s Vandenhouten


The following item from earlier this month was archived to the UWGB news site but might not have made it into the email version of the LOG newsletter distributed to faculty and staff. In case you missed it: Christine Vandenhouten, associate professor of Nursing, co-authored an article in the September/October 2015 issue of the journal […]

Faculty note: Tyczkowski

Through study that relates directly to curriculum enhancement in her area, Brenda Tyczkowski, assistant professor in the Professional Program in Nursing and academic director for the Health Information Management Technology (HIMT) program, recently completed a rigorous 14-week accelerated health information management workshop through Alabama State University. She then passed the national certification exam for the […]

After Thoughts speaker Herdman hits on all cylinders with holism and healthcare talk

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Now in its fifth full season, After Thoughts seeks to connect members of the community with UW-Green Bay. The gatherings showcase talented women among University faculty, staff and alumni, and convene men and women after their workday for learning, enrichment and fun.

Busy Tuesday

The history of holism and its contrasts with our current health care system will be the topic of the first After Thoughts presentation of the 2015-16 series tonight (Oct. 6). Associate Professor of Nursing T. Heather Herdman is the featured speaker at the event 5 to 7 p.m. at the Weidner Center. With a reception, […]

UW-Green Bay 50th Anniversary presents ‘Last Lecture Series’

UW-Green Bay has announced its lineup for a “Last Lecture Series” during the 2015-16 academic year in celebration of the University’s 50th anniversary. Presenters were asked to convey what lecture they would give, if it were to be their last. The monthly lectures will take place Wednesdays at 7 p.m. in the University Union’s Christie […]

Nursing’s Herdman is first ‘After Thoughts’ speaker, Oct. 6

The history of holism and its contrasts with our current health care system is the topic of UW-Green Bay’s first After Thoughts presentation of the 2015-16 series. Associate Professor of Nursing T. Heather Herdman will present “Integrative Health Care: what’s the whole holistic thing, anyway?” Tuesday, Oct. 6 in the Grand Foyer of the Weidner […]

Herdman to explore integrative healthcare in ‘After Thoughts’ talk Oct. 6

The history of holism and its contrasts with our current health care system is the topic of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay’s first After Thoughts presentation of the 2015-16 series. UW-Green Bay Associate Professor of Nursing T. Heather Herdman will present “Integrative Health Care: what’s the whole holistic thing, anyway?” Tuesday, Oct. 6 in the […]

Faculty note: Tyczkowski on task force for evidence-based staffing

Faculty member Brenda Tyczkowski of the Professional Program in Nursing was part of a task force assembled by the Wisconsin Organization of Nurse Executives (W-ONE), to publish a toolkit on evidence-based nurse staffing. The first piece of the toolkit is a presentation for use in hospitals to engage stakeholders — including health care board members, […]