Our alumni are outstanding individuals who contribute to their professions, communities and families in amazing and important ways, and we want students to learn from such role models.
The Alumni Discovery Project is an innovative outreach effort to engage our alumni in active dialogue with students through in-person interviews. The project also serves to connect alumni with current students to give alumni insight on what's changed and what nursing school is like today.
If you're an alumnus, sign up to participate by submitting your contact information. If selected, a student ambassador will contact you to set up an interview.
When Donna Pugh Grabarczyk attended UC College of Nursing in the 50s, the students wore uniforms that included a dress, apron, cap and 1.5-inch heels. Now 82, Donna has been retired for years, but she looks back fondly on her days in nursing school and her 20-year career as a nurse.
Marge Greenisen graduated in 1967 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. As a nurse and early technology adopter, she found herself a pioneer of integrating computers and health care. Now retired, Marge lives on her husband's family's 100-year-old farm in Salem, Ohio.
Jason Wannemacher, DNP, APRN-CNP, ACNP-BC, CCRN, CEN, NRP, graduated in 2012 with his Master of Science in Nursing from the University of Cincinnati. For almost 15 years, he has worked for a Dayton-based health system. He also serves as a flight nurse practitioner for Metro Life Flight.