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1 Accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) Kentucky Licensed by the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education Campus 16 Spiral Drive, Kentucky Ohio Licensed by the Ohio State Board of Career Colleges and Schools Tri-County Cincinnati Campus 225 Pictoria Drive, Suite 200 Cincinnati, Ohio (Reg. No T) ADDENDUM TO THE SPRING 2014 ACADEMIC CATALOG This Addendum is an integral part of the College s Catalog. Unless otherwise indicated, all information published herein becomes or remains effective May 7, Under PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ASSOCIATIONS (Page 3) AMEND as follows: American Medical Technologies should read: American Medical Technologist Under TUITION, FEES, AND OTHER COSTS OF ATTENDANCE - TUITION (Page 16) AMEND as follows: Tuition Baccalaureate degree in nursing (RN to BSN) $18,240 Diploma, Practical Nursing $21,900 Diploma, Chiropractic Assisting $12,871 Diploma, Dental Assisting $15,400 Diploma, Medical Massage Therapy $13,950 Diploma, Personal Training $8,575 Associate degree in nursing (LPN to pre-rn only) $22,425* *(Applies only to last 15 months of the program for Beckfield PN graduates) All other programs $345 per credit hour Quarterly tuition for all programs may vary, depending upon the number of credit hours for which the student is enrolled in each quarter. Costs and Fees Applicable to All Programs Registration Fee* ( campus) (Tri-County campus) Student Resource and Technology Fees Course Challenge Testing Fee Graduation Fee $150 upon initial enrollment $125 upon initial enrollment $162 per quarter $90 (each test attempted) $85 (each credential awarded) 1

2 Transcript Fee Replaced Student Identification Badge $5 (each official transcript issued) $5(each replacement) Under COURSE DESCRIPTIONS (Page 85) ADD/AMEND as Follows: BIO 111 INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I * - clock hour (60 hrs) An overview of the major body systems, including anatomical terminology, anatomical relationships, planes of section, body cavities, and the fluid spaces of the body. The first section of the course is a study of the skeletal system and the bony features which serve as landmarks and as sites of muscle and ligament attachment. In addition, it explores the structure of the major joints of the body and the movements performed at each joint. The course provides an introduction to the basic chemistry necessary to understand life processes, elementary cell anatomy and physiology, basic metabolism, the histology of epithelial, connective, and muscle tissue, and the physiology of skeletal muscle contraction. Prerequisite: None BIO 112 INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II * - clock hour (60 hrs) An examination of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems. The cells, tissues, and organs of each system are presented, along with basic normal physiology, including the role of each system in maintaining homeostasis and health. Prerequisite: BIO 111 BIO 115 MYOLOGY AND KINESIOLOGY clock hour (60 hrs) A detailed examination of the human muscular system covering all major muscles of the axial and appendicular segments of the body. The location, origins, insertions, actions, and postural considerations will be presented for each muscle, as well as how to place on the slack and stretch. Prerequisite or co- requisite: BIO 111 BIO 120 PALPATION clock hour (20 hrs) Students learn to palpate structures studied in BIO 111 and BIO 112. The course includes a series of exercises designed to develop sensitivity in the hands, as well as the detailed palpation of all the bones, muscles, and ligaments previously studied. Students learn to assess the characteristics of various structures such as skin, tendons, ligaments, fascia, and muscles and will be able to perform basic palpation of all the major muscles of the body. Prerequisite: BIO 111. Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIO 112 MMT 105 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY FOR MASSAGE (30 hrs) This course prepares the student to communicate with medical personnel through the study of the basic structure of medical terminology: prefixes, suffixes, word roots, and combining forms. The course includes pronunciation, spelling, definitions, medical abbreviations, and regions and movements of the body. Prerequisite: None MMT 110 PATHOLOGY AND PHARMACOLOGY FOR MASSAGE THERAPY clock hour (40 hrs) This course introduces the student to pathology to familiarize them with conditions reported on client intake forms and assist them in making safe practice decisions when clients present signs and symptoms without a medical diagnosis. In addition, the student will learn practical applications as these apply to infection control and OSHA standards. A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: BIO 112 MMT 111 MASSAGE THEORY AND PRACTICE I (80 hrs) An introduction to the foundations of therapeutic massage, including medical terminology, friction, touch, kneading, and joint movements. The student will also learn basic strokes of compression, jostling, effleurage, petrissage, friction, vibration, tapotement, and range-of-motion techniques. In addition, the student will review body mechanics, massage equipment and supplies, personal hygiene, the professional environment, bolstering, and draping. A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: None MMT 121 MASSAGE THEORY AND PRACTICE II (80 hrs) Instruction in subjective and objective assessments that will help prepare students for future courses and clinics, which involve more therapeutic approaches. Students learn new techniques, including chair massage, muscle stripping, and myofascial 2

3 techniques. The student will also learn the traditional Thai approach, combining elements of yoga, meditation, acupressure, and assisted stretching and gentle pressure along the body s energy lines, combined with assisted yoga stretches to produce a more energizing and rigorous massage than other types of massage techniques. A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: BIO 111 and MMT 111 MMT 131 MASSAGE THEORY AND PRACTICE III (80 hrs) An introduction to the art of Shiatsu, a massage technique originating in acupuncture therapy and traditional Chinese medicine comprising holistic bodywork using basic acupressure techniques. Shiatsu refers to the use of fingers and palm of one s hand to apply pressure to particular sections on the surface of the body for the purpose of correcting the imbalances of the body, and for maintaining and promoting health. A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: BIO 111 and MMT 121. Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIO 112 and BIO 115 MMT 140 ETHICS FOR THE MASSAGE THERAPIST clock hour (30 hrs) This course helps students to recognize and anticipate some of the complex dynamics and issues encountered in the client/therapist relationship and to develop the communication skills necessary to negotiate and enhance these interactions. The course includes a discussion of informed consent and scope of practice, currently accepted standards of ethics and professionalism, sexual boundary issues, and impairments and chemical dependency issues. The AMTA Rules of Ethics are incorporated. Prerequisite: None MMT 141 MASSAGE THEORY AND PRACTICE IV (80 hrs) Instruction in the treatment of clients with special needs or specific medical conditions, including indications or contraindications of treatment for hospice patients, pregnant clients, elderly clients, oncology patients, clients with HIV, and clients with fibromyalgia. The course continues with instruction and practice in deep tissue massage, a technique addressing chronic tension, soft tissue tension, and pain associated with stress, overexertion and some injuries and illnesses. The student will learn the methodological categories of sculpting, its intentions, effects, and indications, as well as contraindications. The course concludes with therapeutic massage for athletes, including sports fitness, pre-event massage, recovery massage, remedial and rehabilitation massage, and promotional or event massage. Students will study the theory and application of exercise as it relates to athletic fitness and performance as well as sport injury and pain management. A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: MMT 131 MMT 290 MASSAGE THERAPY CAPSTONE clock hour (40 hrs) This capstone course provides the student with a comprehensive program review and preparation for certification. Students will review anatomy, physiology, kinesiology and pathology of body systems; pathology and basic pharmacology; massage and bodywork assessment, therapeutic massage and bodywork application, and professionalism, ethics, business, and legal practices. The course concludes with comprehensive simulated exams. The course covers the rules and regulations set forth by the Ohio Medical Board (Massage Therapy Division). A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: Departmental approval. MMT 295 EXTERNSHIP IN MASSAGE THERAPY (120 hrs) Under the direction of a Licensed Massage Therapist, students will implement the massage techniques and business practices learned during the program. Students will perform 25 one -hour massages, perform intake interviews and assessments, create treatment plans, monitor client progress, maintain records, and communicate in a meaningful way with clients. CPR and First Aid training are included. A grade of C (70%) is the minimum passing grade in this course. Prerequisite: MMT 131 and a one-hour massage from a Licensed Massage Therapist. Pre or Co requisite: MMT 141. PRD 200 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR THE MASSAGE THERAPIST clock hour (20 hrs) Students develop strategies for networking and building a practice, make appropriate referrals, prepare a resume, participate in a job interview, and present themselves and their work in effective ways. In addition, students are introduced to the various professional organizations and to malpractice and liability insurance options. Prerequisite: 3

4 Departmental approval. UNDER GOVERNANCE, ADMINISTRATION, AND STAFF (Page 115), AMEND as follows: CORPORATE OFFICE Chief Executive Officer Corporate College President and CFO Vice President, Academic Affairs Vice President, Accreditation and Compliance Vice President, Admissions Vice President, Marketing Executive Assistant to the President Comptroller Corporate Compliance Officer Corporate Registrar Corporate Director, Student Financial Services Corporate Director, Information Technology Regional Director Admissions FLORENCE CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Campus President, Dean of Academic Affairs Director, Student Financial Services Director, Career Services Career Services Advisors Coordinators, Student Services Director, Online Learning Dean, Allied Health Program Coordinators, Personal Training Program Coordinator, Paralegal Studies Dean, Business and Technology Dean, Science and Mathematics Dean, Criminal Justice Dean of Nursing Nursing Relations Manager Registrar Education Scheduler Director of Admissions, Campus Assistant Director of Admissions, Nursing Director, Library Services Online Coordinator Learning Assistance Center Coordinator Bookstore Clerk Facilities Supervisor Bernard Marth Diane G. Wolfer Cynthia L. Griggs Jerry Linger Richard F. Costa Suzanne Deatherage Cheryl A. Kunkel Anne M. Staudter Amy E. Dunavent Jocelyn Roy Kim Villaverde James E. Brun Kathy I. Bender Richard F. Costa, M.Ed. Steven Lakes, MA Cathy L. Reed Karen Sheldon Frank Wells Alicia L. Woodeshick Scott M. Burrell TBD Steve Nagel, BS Alison Warner, JD Charles Richardson, MBA Craig D. Wilmhoff, BS, MS Rachel A. McArthur, BA, MS, PhD Deborah Smith-Clay, RN, MSN Lisa Craig, RN, BSN, MSN Patricia L. Suckow Trevor Gould Nicole Schreck Timothy A. Tolliver Emily R. Steele, BS, MLIS Dana Hildebrand Amber Whitley Ed Villaverde Jennie Thompson 4

5 TRI-COUNTY CAMPUS ADMINISTRATION AND STAFF Executive Director Tri-County Deans of Academic Affairs Directors, Student Financial Services Directors, Career Services Career Services Advisors Coordinators, Student Services Dean, Allied Health Dean, Dental Assisting Program Coordinators, Personal Training Program Coordinator, Medical Massage Therapy Program Coordinator, Paralegal Studies Extern Coordinator, Allied Health Dean, Business and Technology Dean, Criminal Justice Dean of Nursing Associate Dean, Nursing Registrar Director of Admissions, Tri-County Campus Assistant Director of Admissions, Nursing Director, Library Services Assistant Librarian Bookstore Clerk Lee D. Foley, MBA Frances Carroll, MBA Patricia A. Nettleton Julia F. Rambo Sherry Simms Katina Schlimm Joyce E. Thompson, CCMA, LPN, RN, BS Marina S. Davar, CDA, RDH, M.Ed Michael Murphy, BS Luther Bond, LMT/CRC Holly Simpson, JD Dolores Dominquez, RMA Jasmeial Jackson, MBA Stan Worthington, BA, MA, MS Deborah Smith-Clay, RN, MSN Jaime Kist, RN, BSN, MSN Kelly L. Dugas Lindsey Kovacs Malisa Sullivan Emily R. Steele, BS, MLIS Eric Johnson, MLS Ed Villaverde SPRING 2014 TERM - Adjunct Faculty Listing All Beckfield College faculty have been determined to be qualified by their academic and professional credentials to teach the courses assigned to them. Most of the College s faculty are adjunct (part-time) faculty. Many of these, in addition to their academic qualifications, are currently working, or have worked, in a profession or academic discipline directly related to the courses assigned to them. All faculty are assigned to courses according to their availability and the availability of courses which they are qualified to teach. ALLIED HEALTH Luther Bond, LMT/CRC Diploma, Medical Massage Therapy, Cincinnati School of Medical Massage Diploma, Electronic Technology, ITT Technical Institute Michael Murphy AA, Education, Miami University BIS, Miami University Steve Nagle BS Physical Education, Eastern Kentucky University 5

6 Jayson D. Levine BS, Biology, Adelphi University DC, Life University College of Chiropractic Marc Adato BA, English, Cleveland State University Fatima Ba Angie Catanzaro, LMT Diploma, S.H.I. Integrative Medical Massage School BS, Health & Sports Studies, Miami University James Crowley BS, Health & Physical Education, Indiana University MS, Sport Sciences, Indiana University Dolores Dominquez, CPC AAS, Medical Assisting, RETS BS, Health Care Administration, Kaplan University Jonathan Edell AAS, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College BTAS, Applied Administration, University of Cincinnati Trisha Ferguson Diploma, Dental Assistant, Institute of Medical & Dental Technology Dr. Luke Grantz BA, Palmer College of Chiropractic DC, Palmer College of Chiropractic Lisa Greaser AAS, Sinclair Community College BS, Education, Wright State University MS, Nutrition, Rosaland Franklin University Everlee Gripshover Diploma, Medical Assisting, Gateway Community and Technical College AS, Medical Assisting, National College Dr. Kenyon D. Hackworth BS, Biology, Stillman College DC, Life University College of Chiropractic Jeanne Hanes AAS, Dental Hygiene Technology, University of Cincinnati Dawn Hermes Diploma, Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing Lori Hunt, CPC Diploma, Phillips College 6

7 Pam Klinefelter AAS, Medical Assisting, Cincinnati State Jessica Lamperski Diploma, Dental Assistant, Fortis College Andrew Lanverman Diploma, S.H.I. Medical Massage School Carla C. Laycock, LPN Diploma, Practical Nursing, Hondros College Beth McFarland Certificate, Dayton School of Medical Massage Juanita L. Myrick AAS, Medical Assisting Services, University of Cincinnati Pamela Newell Diploma, Self Health Institute of Massage BA, Psychology, Miami University Norma Ragland AAS, Medical Assisting, Cincinnati State BS, Natural Sciences, The Union Institute Crystal Russell AAS, Medical Massage Therapy, Antonelli College Nancy Rust BES, Individualized Studies, Thomas More College Certificate, Paralegal, Beckfield College Nicolas Simpson BS, Sport Science & Fitness Management, North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University Tawnyan Ebner-Simpson AS A, General Studies, University of Cincinnati AAS, Nuclear Medicine Technology, Xavier University Stephanie Sizemore Diploma Medical Assisting, Institute of Medical Dental Technology, Cincinnati Patrick K. Stanley Diploma, Electronics Technology, DeVry Institute of Technology DC, Palmer College of Chiropractic Heather Turner Diploma, Dental Assisting, Institute of Medical and Dental Technology Michelle L. Willhoff, RMA AAS, Paralegal Studies, Kentucky Career Institute AAS, Medical Assisting, Beckfield College 7

8 Jennifer Wilson, CPC, CPCO, CEMC Certificate, Organizational Leadership, Northern Kentucky University Diploma, Medical Office Technology, Beckfield College BA, Organizational Leadership, Northern Kentucky University Andrew Yauch AAS, Health & Fitness, Cincinnati State Timothy Ashton BBA, Finance Marketing, University of Cincinnati MBA, Xavier University BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY David Baldwin BS, Business Administration, West Liberty University MBA, Project Management, Florida Institute of Technology MIS, Information Systems, University of Phoenix Denise Becker AA, General Studies, University of Cincinnati BS, Social Science, University of Cincinnati M.Ed., Personnel Training, Education & Development, Xavier University Jerry Black BS, Computer Science, Wright State University MS, Computer Science, Wright State University Nicki Black AAS, Business, Thomas More College BA, Business Administration, Thomas More College William J. Carr BS, Hotel Management, University of Houston Michael Clos BBA, Thomas More College MBA, Thomas More College Kevin Conner AA, Business Administration, Thomas More College BA, Computer Science, Thomas More College MBA, Xavier University Elmer Donavan AS, Plant Science, Mercer County Community College BS, Commerce & Engineering, Drexel University MBA, Thomas More College Mark Evans BBA, Thomas More College MBA, Thomas More College Bruce Gehring AS A, Inf. Proc., University of Cincinnati BS, Info. Proc. System, University of Cincinnati MBA, Information Systems, Xavier University 8

9 Darren Gray BA, Liberal Arts, Xavier University MBA, Management Information Systems, Xavier University Nancy Greene BBA, Accounting, University of Miami MBA, Nova Southeastern University Danny Hill AAS, Pre Business Administration, University of Cincinnati BBA, Management, Northern Kentucky University M.Ed., Adult Education, University of Cincinnati Pamela J. Hirn BBA, Morehead State University Rank 1, Special Education Administration, Northern Kentucky University Elyse Jenkins BS, Electrical Engineering, North Carolina A & T State University MBA, University of Dallas Yan Krayterman AAS, Network Engineering, Sinclair Community College BS, Heating and Engineering, Odessa State Polytechnic University MS, Heating and Engineering, Odessa State Polytechnic University Chrishawn Marsh BA, Telecommunication, Bowling Green State University MA, American Culture Studies, Bowling Green State University Katie Mitchell AAS, Education, Kalamazoo Valley Community College BA, Organizational Management, Ashford University M. Ed., Ashford University Lisa M. Moeller BS, Paralegal Studies, Beckfield College MS, Human Resource Management, Keller Graduate School Ph.D., Psychology, Capella University Thomas Nimmo BBA, Business, University of Cincinnati MBA, Business Administration, Xavier University Sandra Rice Certification, ProTrain BS, Industrial Technology, Salem International University MS, Higher Education, Walden University Ronald P. Richards BS, Business Administration, Indiana University Terry Rogers BS, Business Administration Technology, Northern Kentucky University BS, Political Science, Northern Kentucky University MPA, Northern Kentucky University 9

10 Deborah S. Ruth AA, Elected Studies, Thomas More College BBA, Business Administration, Thomas More College MBA, Business Administration, Thomas More College Zachary M. Schaffner BBA, Computer Information Systems, Eastern Kentucky University MBA, Applied Management, Indiana Wesleyan University Scott S. Smith BS, Finance, Miami University MA, Management, Antioch University Janaya Trotter BA, Criminology, The Ohio State University GENERAL EDUCATION Sonya Barnes Ph.D., Toxicology, University of Cincinnati Richard Converse BS, Biology, University of Cincinnati MS, Biological Sciences, University of Cincinnati Dr. Bari Courts BA, Mathematics, Kenyon College MBA, University of Cincinnati Certificate, Instructional Design for Online Learning, Capella University Ph.D., E-Business, Capella University Meghan S. Curry BA, English Education, Northern Kentucky University MA, English, Northern Kentucky University Milene Donlin BA, Molecular, Cell and Development Biology, University of California MS, Biology, Temple University Master of Public Health, University of Cincinnati Dr. Thomas Egan BA, Sociology, Bellarmine University MA, Sociology, University of Louisville Ph.D., Sociology, University of Kentucky Elhadji Gaye MS, Mathematics, University of Cincinnati Leslie Gosser BS, Psychology, Eastern Kentucky University Specialist in Psychology, School Psychology, Eastern Kentucky University Darlene S. Hollon BA, English, Northern Kentucky University MA, English, Xavier University 10

11 David Kauffman BS, Nutritional Sciences, The Pennsylvania State University DC, Logan College of Chiropratic Allan E. Kennedy BA, History, Berea College MA, Education, University of Kentucky Susan R. Kling AA, Liberal Arts and Business, Pennsylvania State University BA, Liberal Arts and English, Mount St. Joseph College MA, Education, Northern Kentucky University Laura K. Laws B.S.Ed., Mathematics, Brescia University MA, Education, Northern Kentucky University Rank 1, Instructional Leadership, Northern Kentucky University Leslie Lenoir AAS, Psychology, Atlanta Metropolitan State College BS, Psychology & Human Services, Clayton State University MS, Community Counseling, Mercer University Steven M. Lewis BS, Psychology, Northern Kentucky University M.Ed., Special Education, Antioch University MA, School Principal, College of Mount St. Joseph Katie McGoron BS, Psychology, Ohio State University MA, Clinical Psychology, Loyola University Jennifer H. Miller BS, Forensic Science, Eastern Kentucky University PhD, Anatomical Sciences and Neurobiology, University of Louisville Mark Mills BA, English Literature, University of Cincinnati BA, Communication Arts, University of Cincinnati MA, English, University of Cincinnati Larry Neuspickle AB, Education Social Studies, University of Kentucky M.Ed., University of Kentucky Robert Parker BS, Human Biology, National College of Chiropractic DC, National College of Chiropractic Sharon Price BA, Communications, Virginia Wesleyan College MA, English, Northern Kentucky University Jennifer M. Ritson BS, Interdisciplinary Studies, Texas State University MA, Teacher as Leader, Northern Kentucky University Michael Rosino BA, Sociology/Anthropology, Ohio Wesleyan University 11

12 MA, Sociology, University of Cincinnati Valerie D. Simmons BA, English, Indiana University MLS, Indiana University Todd Stephen BS, Mathematics, Marietta College MS, Mathematics, Cleveland State University Tanya Townsend AA, Pre-Secondary Education, University of Cincinnati BA, English, Northern Kentucky University MA, English, Northern Kentucky University Rodney Umbstead AA, Liberal Arts, Mercyhurst Northeast College BS, Biology, Morehead State University MS, Biology, Morehead State University Diane Vaillancourt BA, Mathematics, Thomas More College M.Ed., Teacher as a Leader, Northern Kentucky University Rachel N. Wolf-Severs BA, Psychology, University of Dayton MA, Clinical Psychology, Western Kentucky University CRIMINAL JUSTICE Daniel Bassman BA, Psychology, University of Cincinnati MA, Mental Health Counseling, University of Cincinnati Stuart W. Bassman BA, Philosophy, Brooklyn College MA, Psychology, New School for Social Research Ed.D, Counselor Education, University of Cincinnati Sonja Crockett BA, Organizational Leadership, Wilmington College MS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Elizabeth C. Elliott BA, Psychology, Georgetown College MS, Criminal Justice, Xavier University Kimberly McCoy BS, Psychology, Cincinnati Christian University MA, Counseling, Cincinnati Christian University Brent McCurley BS, Criminal Justice, University of Central Missouri Certificate, Police Exec. Leadership Development, University of Louisville MS, Administration of Justice, University of Louisville 12

13 Kristin L. Ostrowski BA, Criminal Justice and Political Science, University of Wisconsin MS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati MBA, Interdisciplinary, University of Cincinnati Howard Rahtz BBA, University of Cincinnati MA, Counseling, University of Cincinnati Maria Roth BS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati MS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Certificate, Child Abuse Recognition, University of Cincinnati Certificate, Addictions, University of Cincinnati Certificate, Domestic Violence, University of Cincinnati Dr. Robert Sauerland BSW, University of Cincinnati MSW, University of Cincinnati Ph.D., Psychology, Union Institute & University James Seibert AAS, Criminal Justice, Beckfield College BS, Criminal Justice, Beckfield College Jill A. Shelley AAS, Law Enforcement Technology, University of Cincinnati BS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati MS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Roger Spatz BS, General Studies MA, Counseling, Cincinnati Christian University Anthony J. Steimle BS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Jeffrey A. Wyrick BA, Criminal Justice, Thomas More College MS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Paralegal STUDIES Holly Simpson BS, Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati Alison Warner BA, Philosophy, Morehead State University 13

14 John Antony BA, International Studies (Minor in Business & Political Science), Northern Kentucky University Sonya Barnes Ph.D., Toxicology, University of Cincinnati Hannah Barnhorn BA, Humanities, Dowling College JD, University of Dayton Nancy J. Cutler BA, Psychology, University of Cincinnati MA, Community Planning, University of Cincinnati Martin DeJulia BA, History & Political Science, Purdue University MA, History & Political Science, Purdue University JD, New College of California School of Law Donna Denham Diploma, Nursing, Kentucky Baptist Hospital School of Nursing BS, Psychology, Northern Kentucky University BSN, Northern Kentucky University Erin C. Enderle BA, Political Science, Miami University Hon. Daniel J. Gattermeyer BA, Political Science, Ohio University JD, Case Western Reserve University Ashley F. Gray BA, Psychology, University of Kentucky Steven D. Jaeger BA, History and Political Science, Thomas More College Hon. Steven R. Jaeger BA, History, Thomas More College Michael J. Keeney BA, History, Western Kentucky University Stephanie Lape BA, History, Northern Kentucky University 14

15 J. Erin McCabe BA, English, Xavier University MBA, University of New Orleans JD, University of Tulsa Orville J. Miller BS, Industrial Management, University of Cincinnati Carol L. Risk BA, Economics, Indiana University M. Patia Tabar AA, Theology, Ambassador University BA, Theology, Ambassador University MS, Environmental Law, Vermont Law School MA, Public History, Northern Kentucky University NURSING Brenda Anness, RN AAS, Nursing, Miami University BSN, Miami University Jan Bergen BSN, Waynesburg College MA, Christian Studies, Grand Canyon University Melissa Buchman, RN BSN, University of Cincinnati Pamela Carnes, RN ADN, Cincinnati State Kimberlee Carpenter, RN AAS, Nursing, Columbus State Community College BSN, Indiana Wesleyan University Emily Casey, RN BSN, College of Mount St. Joseph Kristal Clark, RN BSN, University of Cincinnati MSN, Walden University Nancy Conrad BSN, Indiana Wesleyan University MSN, Indiana Wesleyan University Mary Anne Crowell, RN, AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BA, Psychology, Thomas More College MS, Nursing, Bellarmine College 15

16 Jennifer Davis, RN Kelly Donnelly AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University Maryann Eggleston, RN AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University Ebony Fisher, RN BSN, Southeast Missouri State MSN, Walden University Edward Fisk, RN AAS, Nursing, Kentucky Community and Technical College System BSN, Eastern Kentucky University Angela Fulk, RN Taitum Godfrey Kellee Haslon, RN Patricia Hastings Diploma, Nursing Toledo Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Bowling Green State University MSN, University of Toledo Shana Holt Margie Huber Diploma, Nursing, Jewish Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Northern Kentucky University MSN, University of Kentucky Alicia Huff AAS, Nursing, Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BSN, University of Kentucky M.Ed., Xavier University Isabella I. Isbell, RN AAS, Nursing, Big Sandy Community College BSN, Eastern Kentucky University Sherry Jenkins Diploma, Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing BSN, University of Cincinnati MSN, Indiana Wesleyan University Annette Johnson-Sneed, RN AAS, Nursing, Sinclair College 16

17 Michelle Kerns, RN AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BSN, Northern Kentucky University Melanie Kiep, RN AAS, Nursing, Miami University BSN, Miami University Angela B. Kiger, RN AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BS, Sociology, Northern Kentucky University BSN, Northern Kentucky University MSN, University of Cincinnati April Lang, RN AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BSN, Northern Kentucky University BS, Athletic Training Specialization, University of Evansville MSN, University of Cincinnati Mary Lee, RN AAS, Nursing Technology, University of Cincinnati BSN, University of Cincinnati MSN, Northern Kentucky University Emily Licata, RN A.D.N., Nursing, Good Samaritian Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Indiana Wesleyan University MSN, Indiana Wesleyan University Ardell P. Loomer, RN BS, Nursing Education, University of Minnesota MBA, University of Redlands MEd, Nursing Education, University of Minnesota Melissa Lovell, RN LPN, Kiamichie Technical College BS, Nursing, Beckfield College Brittany Marshall, RN Kathleen McGill, RN Diploma, Nursing, Bethesda Hospital School of Nursing Emily McQueen, RN Deborah Metz, RN AAS, Northern Kentucky University BSN, Northern Kentucky University Darla Jo Moore, RN Diploma, Christ Hospital School of Nursing BSN, Kettering College of Medical Arts MSN, University of Phoenix 17

18 Melanie J. Moore, RN AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BS, Nursing, Indiana Wesleyan University Keith Morris, RN AAS, Engineering, Tidewater Community College BSN, College of Mount St. Joseph Allisa Mygatt, RN Anitra Niece, RN Melinda Parks, RN AAS, Nursing, Southern State BSN, Chamber College of Nursing Denise Pattison, RN BSN, University of Cincinnati Rhonda Plata, RN AAS, Nursing, Gateway Community and Technical College Sharon Potts, RN BSN, Northern Michigan University Sheri Reeves, RN Alice G. Rini, RN BS, Nursing, Adelphi College MS, Nursing, Adelphi College Mary Sandfoss, RN BSN, Thomas More College Jacqueline Schmidt, RN BSN, Indiana Wesleyan University Jan K. Skavdahl, RN Diploma, Nursing, The Christ Hospital School of Nursing AAS, Nursing, Ventura Community College BSN, California Lutheran University MSN, University of California Mary Ann Swing, RN Diploma, Nursing, Christ Hospital of Nursing Doug Vestering, RN Charity Washington, RN AAS, Nursing, Eastern Kentucky University BSN, Eastern Kentucky University 18

19 Aimee Wethington, RN AAS, Nursing, Eastern Kentucky University BSN, Eastern Kentucky University JoDee Willson AAS, Nursing, Gateway Community & Tech Andrea J. Ziser, RN AAS, Nursing, Northern Kentucky University BS, Nursing, University of Kentucky MEd, Agency and Community Counseling, Xavier University 19

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