Bellin College and Evidence in Motion to launch two new Post-Graduate Physical Therapy Programs
Donor scholarships made education possible for alumna Megan Falk
Burkina Faso meets Bellin College
- October 4, 2018
A group of Bellin College faculty, family and students from the Medical Imaging programs volunteered at Feed My Starving Children on Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018. It was the third annual
- September 19, 2018
Bellin College in collaboration with Evidence in Motion (EIM) will begin offering an Orthopaedic Manual Physical Therapy (OMPT) Fellowship Program and a Doctorate of Science in Physical Therapy (DScPT). The Fellowship is set to begin January 2019 with the Doctorate of Physical Therapy following in early spring 2019.
- September 12, 2018
A call for water filter and clean stove donations for an upcoming mission trip to Guatemala went out in the spring issue of the Bellin Forward, and the class of
- September 6, 2018
Dr. Mark Bake, a 2005 graduate of the Bellin School of Radiologic Science program, has been selected as the recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award. “Within his role as
- July 23, 2018
Access to quality healthcare services is something many U.S. citizens take for granted. Regular care is essential for promoting and maintaining health, preventing and managing disease, and reducing unnecessary disability
- October 15, 2018
While she was a Bellin College student, Falk encountered some heartbreaking challenges. Her brother was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, which devastated her and her family. She was learning how to be a nurse during the day and all of her free time after class and on the weekends was spent at his bedside in the hospital or working. She saw care up close and personal, via the nurses who cared for her brother. At the same time, she was gaining empathy and understanding for how difficult these situations can be—something that would help her care for her future patients
and their families.
- September 17, 2018
Ultrasound: The medical imaging modality that looks at babies all day. Right? Most people think of ultrasound and they think of babies. This is far from the truth. Sonographers look at every organ from your head to your toe, blood vessels, and even muscles. Graduates from Bellin College learn abdominal, vascular, and obstetric/gynecological techniques and can take their registry boards in each specialty. Regardless of the types of ultrasounds done, sonographers around the world are facing the same issues: work-related injuries.
- July 9, 2018
Many Bellin College students find themselves following in the footsteps of a grandparent, parent, sibling or another relative when deciding on a career path. Abbygal VandenHouten, a third generation Bellin
- June 11, 2018
Fifteen-month nursing student Tim Lautenslager has overcome adversity that will allow him to be the caring, empathetic nurse most patients want. Lautenslager worked for three years in Detroit, Mich. as a nuclear medicine technologist after graduating from Ferris State University with a bachelor’s degree. While researching the variety of specialties and the areas of nursing available, he decided to move back home to Green Bay, Wis. to earn his Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Originally from Green Bay, Lautenslager knew about the 15-month program at Bellin College and thought the fast-track program was the best fit for him.
Bellin College alumna advocates for sexual assault and abuse victims as a SANE nurse at St. Vincent Hospital
- May 21, 2018
Dana Stueber, BSN class of 2001, became interested in a nursing career later in life. She was in her late 30s when she graduated from the 15-month nursing program at Bellin College. A mother of three, Stueber had to make frequent visits to the doctor’s office and ER, and came up with her own home remedies.
“I wanted a four-year degree and needed to stay in Green Bay. Choosing Bellin College was the best decision I ever made. I recall saying at graduation that even if I am not able to work a single day as a nurse, the experience was worth it,” said Stueber.
The Bellevue Fire Department has received $1,500 for ballistic vests. Bellin College presented a check to the firefighters Monday morning. The college provided funds to buy the plates that go in the vests. The Regional Trauma Advisory Council helped pay for the rest. The vests protect EMS crews who respond to an active shooter or other emergency incident. The vests are bullet-resistant and can hold emergency equipment, such as scissors, gauze and tape. The EMS crew will put the vests into service this week. The fire department has eight of them. The vests are costly for smaller departments, like Bellevue, to purchase. They rely on donations.Share