January 17, 2017 A nursing degree that provides endless opportunities
January 11, 2017 Student Trips and Transformations service trip to Chicago
November 7, 2016 Disaster Simulation
- March 22, 2017
Dr. Kim Udlis, MSN Program Director/Associate Professor of Nursing at Bellin College will be inducted into the Fellows of the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (FAANP) on June 22, 2017.
- March 16, 2017
Call for Poster Presentations
Kappa Pi’s Nursing Research Evening: Posters and Pastries
Thursday, April 13th, 2017 • 5 - 7 p.m.
Bellin College Atrium
3201 Eaton Rd.,
Green Bay, WI
- January 25, 2017
Bellin College Students Named to Fall 2016 Dean's List
- January 11, 2017
On January 2nd, four Bellin College nursing students and one faculty member set out for Chicago for an urban immersion service experience at the Darst Center. The Center is a social justice education center located in the Bridgeport neighborhood on the south side of Chicago. The Center is unique in providing opportunities for young people to see more clearly the faces pushed to the margins of our society. The Darst immersion program focuses on the issues surrounding homelessness, poverty, food insecurity, incarceration, immigration, and education. In addition to participating in programs and services, time was set aside each day for the group to debrief and reflect on what they experienced, how perceptions and interpretations affect these issues, and how they were both personally and professionally affected by these experiences.
- February 20, 2017
Hello! My name is Katie and I am currently a senior in the radiologic sciences program. I just returned from a life changing medical mission trip to Guatemala. Why was it life changing, you ask? Many reasons! First of all, it made me realize how much we take for granted in America.
- January 17, 2017
Bellin College has given me many opportunities to learn and grow not only as a person, but as a future nurse as well. I am nearing graduation and only have 2 sessions left of my program, and even though I will continue to learn every day from here on out in my nursing career, I believe that I have been properly prepared for wherever I end up after graduation.
A group of Bellin College nursing students, faculty members, and local health care providers recently returned from a medical mission 3,000 miles away. They traveled to Central America to bring care and compassion to hundreds of people living in poverty.
The 13 students spent hours of classroom time preparing for the challenges they would face in Guatemala, but they say seeing the sickness and squalor first-hand was shocking. They treated patients suffering from malnutrition, infections from parasites, burn injuries, and so much more.Share