Faculty

Faculty

Assistant Professor of Nursing
Room: E606
203-596-2170 (p)
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Professor, Respiratory Care
Room: E600c
203-596-2129 (p)
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Associate Professor, PTA
Room: E629
203-596-2156 (p)
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AssociateProfessor, Nursing
Room: E603c
203-596-8724 (p)
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Assistant Professor, Nursing
Room: E603a
203-596-2171 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E603d
203-596-2173 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E613
203-596-8671 (p)
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Professor, Respiratory Care
Room: E600b
203-596-8662 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E603b
203-596-8666 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E616
203-596-8775 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E603b
203-596-2187 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E603c
203-596-8657 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E606
203-596-8673 (p)
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Associate Professor, Nursing
Room: E613
203-575-8268 (p)
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Professor/PTA
Room: E630
203-596-2168 (p)
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Professor/Director, Radiologic Technology Program
Room: E600f
203-575-8266 (p)
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Professor, Radiologic Technology
Room: E600e
203-596-2128 (p)
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E603d
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Professor, Nursing
Room: E603d
203-596-8773 (p)
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Assistant Professor, Nursing
Room: E616
203-575-8132 (p)
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Allied Health, Nursing, Physical Education Division

Combining technology and the human touch, the health care industry administers care around the clock, responding to the needs of millions of people—from newborns to the critically ill.

  • Health care is the largest industry in the United States!
  • Total employment is expected to increase by 20.5 million jobs from 2010 to 2020, with 88 percent of occupations related to health care and is projected to continue to have the fastest job growth between 2010 and 2020.For more information, visit the Employment Projections program.
  • Healthcare and social assistance. The healthcare and social assistance industry is projected to create about 28 percent of all new jobs created in the U.S. economy. This industry—which includes public and private hospitals, nursing and residential care facilities, and individual and family services—is expected to grow by 33 percent, or 5.7 million new jobs. Employment growth will be driven by an aging population and longer life expectancies, as well as new treatments and technologies. According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (2013). Occupation Handbook. Employment change by Industry. Retrieved from: http://www.bls.gov/ooh/About/Projections-Overview.htm
  • Chart 5. Numeric change in wage and salary employment in service-providing industries, 2010-20 (projected)

U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Office of Occupational Statistics and Employment Projections

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Contact Information
Eileen George
203-575-8057 (p)
203-575-8146 (f)
Room: E602
750 Chase Parkway
Waterbury, CT 06708

Mission and Vision of the Allied Health, Nursing and Physical Education

Mission

The division of Allied Health, Nursing, and Physical Education provides affordable, innovative, and rigorous programs that enable students to achieve their personal and career goals as well as contribute to the health and economic growth of their communities.

Vision

The division is committed to student success and collaboration with our practice partners to create an innovative educational environment that prepares students for careers in the continuously evolving healthcare field.