Academics

Nursing program adjunct faculty

Christine Curtiss, RN, MSN

  • MSN, University of Phoenix, Nursing Education concentration
  • BSN, Alverno College
  • Staff Nurse, Mental Health Unit, Froedtert Health/Community Memorial Hospital, Milwaukee, WI

Janice Edelstein, RN, Ed.D.

  • Ed.D., University of Arkansas-Fayetteville
  • M.S.(N), University of Oklahoma, Health Science Center
  • M.Ed., University of Arkansas-Fayetteville
  • B.S.(N), University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Recently retired as professor at University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh College of Nursing and Marian University School of Nursing
  • Inducted into the National League for Nursing Academy of Excellence in Nursing Education (September 2010) Fellow Status
  • Fellow Faculty Learning About Geriatrics (FLAG) John A. Hartford Geriatric Institute University of Minnesota, Sigma Theta Tau-Eta PI Chapter

Recent Publications:

  • Edelstein, J., Cheung, C.K., Voss, J., & Kass, M., (2011). Faculty learning about geriatrics, Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 42(8), 378-384.
  • Edelstein, J., Gallagher, R., Ebeling, J., Turner, M., & Hansen, J, (2010) Policy development: A toolkit for community/public health nurses, Madison: Linking Education and Practice in Public Health Nursing (LEAP).
  • Neuman, L.H., Pardue, K., Grady, J., Gray, M.T. & Edelstein, J. (2009). What does an innovative teaching assignment strategy mean to nursing students? Nursing Education Perspectives, 30(3), pp. 159-163.

Abbey Fritschler, RN

  • MSN, (matriculating) Cardinal Stritch University
  • BSN, Alverno College
  • Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Pediatric Acute Care Registered Nurse, Clinical Resource Unit
  • Bard Medical, Clinical Educator

Judy Lark, RN, MSN

  • MSN, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Clinical Nurse Specialist in Adult Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing
  • BSN, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Certificate in Trauma Counseling, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Mandt program instructor - Build positive relationships with patients and others, leading to a decrease in aggressive behavior and restraint usage
  • Mental Health Unit Manager, Froedtert/Community Memorial Hospital, Milwaukee, WI

Laura Rohowetz, RN, MSN, CPNP

  • MSN, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 2006
  • BSN, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, 2002
  • ProHealth Care Medical Associates, Waukesha, WI
  • Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in Pediatric Department, 2008-present
  • Experience in Epilepsy and Headache Clinic, Medical College of Wisconsin; Hematology/Oncology/Bone Marrow Transplant, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin
  • Organized the Spina Bifida Family Network, a support group for the families and patients with Spina Bifida, University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics, Madison, WI
  • Certified Lactation Counselor

Rachel Schuetz, RN, BSN

  • BSN, Magna Cum Laude, Winona State University, 2000
  • Matriculating at University of Wisconsin-Platteville for a Master of Science in Education
  • Experience in acute care medical surgical nursing, St. Mary's Hospital, Madison, WI; school health, Fort Health Care, Waterloo, WI; Anticoagulation clinic, Ear Nose and Throat clinic, and Pediatrics clinic, Dean Health System, Madison, WI
  • Full-time instructor, Medical Assistant Program, Madison Area Technical College
  • Certified in anticoagulation therapy, University of Southern Indiana, 2006