Previous IU South Bend Campus Bulletins

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Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences

Mario Ortiz, Ph.D. :: Dean
Northside 456B :: (574) 520-4571 ::

School of Applied Health Science
Address :: (574) 520-4504 ::

Assistant Dean :: Quimby
Directors :: Clift, Balmer
Interim Director :: DeOrto (Dental)
Clinical Assistant Professors :: Douglas, Hopkins, Sofhauser
Clinical Lecturers :: Balmer, DeOrto, Dielman, Doerscher, Gretencord, Lemanski, Loop-Miller, Peek, Quimby

The School of Applied Health Science houses Radiography and Medical Imaging, Dental Education, and the Health Sciences degree programs.

School of Nursing
Northside 456B :: (574) 520-4571 ::

Dean :: Ortiz
Associate Professors :: Dobrzykowski, Sofhauser
Assistant Professor :: S. Anderson, S. Jones
Clinical Assistant Professor :: Bauer, Cerbin, Makielski, Vlaeminck,Wolfram, Woodrick
Clinical Lecturers :: Cox, Davidson, Fenner, Flora, Imes, Keith, LaLime, Loop-Miller, Palmateer, B. White
Director of M.S.N. Program :: S. Anderson
Director of Undergraduate Program :: Makielski
Director of Health and Wellness Center :: Ortiz
Director of Student Services :: Gilroy
Faculty Emeriti :: Basolo-Kunzer, Henry

The IU South Bend campus offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.), options for Registered Nurses (R.N.), and Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) with a Family Nurse Practitioner major.

Social Work
Northside 418 :: (574) 520-4880 ::

Director :: Massat
Professor :: Massat
Assistant Professor :: Gallagher, Ramsey, Wahler
Lecturers :: Brandon, Lemp
Coordinator of Field Instruction :: Brandon

The Bachelor of Social Work (B.S.W.) program prepares students for generalist social work practice; the education and training students receive in a Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) degree program provides them with the skills they need to choose a career within the broad area of social work.

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