First ‘NURSE 1-2-1’ cohort gathers for a welcome reception
UW-Green Bay’s Professional Program in Nursing hosted a welcome reception for the Fall 2016 cohort of the new NURSE 1-2-1 Program on Tuesday, Sept. 20. NURSE 1-2-1 is a collaborative effort by UW-Green Bay and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College offering students a four-year BSN program. Students attend UW-Green Bay for year one; NWTC during years two and three to complete an Associate Degree in Nursing; and return to UW-Green Bay for year four to finish the BSN degree. NURSE 1-2-1 Program Coordinator Jennifer Schwahn welcomed students, followed by comments from UW-Green Bay College of Health, Education and Social Welfare Dean Susan Gallagher-Lepak, NWTC Dean of Health Sciences and Education Kay Tupala and UW-Green Bay Chair of Professional Programs in Nursing, Christine Vandenhouten. The event allowed students to connect with one another, and representatives from both UW-Green Bay and NWTC. Learn more about the new NURSE 1-2-1 program.
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– Photos by Dan Moore, Marketing and University Communication