IU East School of Nursing Adds to Faculty

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Indiana University East has added new faculty members to the School of Nursing and Health Sciences.

Macy Bennett (pictured), lecturer in nursing, received her Master of Science in Nursing Education from Ball State University and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Wright State University. Previously, she was an RN case manager for Reid Health. Bennett has also worked with Conifer Health Solutions as a RN case manager and Good Samaritan North Surgery Center as a charge nurse. She is a member of Golden Key International Honour Society.

Robin Brunk, lecturer in nursing, received her Master of Science in Nursing and her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from IU East. Previously, she was a visiting lecturer at IU East. Brunk has also been an adjunct lecturer in nursing for the Richmond campus. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International, the honor society of nursing and the Project Management Institute.

Julie Horn, lecturer in nursing, received her Master of Science in Nursing and her Bachelor of Nursing from IU East. Previously, she was an adjunct lecturer at IU East. Horn has also worked for Centerville-Abington Community Schools as school nurse for the corporation, Richmond Community Schools and for Covenant Hospice as a case manager. She is a member of the National League for Nursing, the Indiana Association of School Nurses, Indiana Immunization Coalition, Board of Directors of the Circle-U Food Pantry and the United Way Health Vision Council.

Carolyn Judd (pictured), visiting lecturer in nursing, received her Master of Science in Nursing and Bachelor of Science in Nursing from IU East. Previously, she was an adjunct instructor at IU East. Judd has also served as school health coordinator for the Fayette County School Corp. and worked at Fayette County Health Department as a public health nurse supervisor and Family Health Services as child health clinic coordinator. She is a member of the Wellness Committee for the Fayette school system, National Association of School Nurses, Indiana Association of School Nurses, Indiana Immunization Coalition and Whitewater Career Center Health Careers Advisory Council.

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