Artistic and Scholarly Sessions: Blending the Liberal Arts and Nursing: Creating a Portrait for the 21st Century
April 2, 2016; 9–9:30 am
This presentation highlights interdisciplinary collaboration between liberal arts and School of Nursing faculty. An exhibit of William Utermohlen’s paintings, depicting changes as his Alzheimer’s disease progressed, was showcased. Nine discrete on-campus events facilitated exploration of the disease from interdisciplinary perspectives, using the exhibit as a backdrop for rich discussion.
Presenters: Wendy Kooken, Assistant Professor of Nursing
Noël Kerr, Assistant Professor of Nursing Student
Respondents: Morgan Hussey ’18, Nursing major
Anissa Ortiz ’16, Art major
Illinois Wesleyan University
Higher Education | Nursing
Kooken, Wendy; Kerr, Noël; Hussey, Class of 2018, Morgan; and Ortiz, Class of 2016, Anissa, "Artistic and Scholarly Sessions: Blending the Liberal Arts and Nursing: Creating a Portrait for the 21st Century" (2016). Inauguration of Eric R. Jensen. 12.
The presentation slides and students' responses are available here. A video is available at https://youtu.be/TejGaxtUO_I?list=PLiP9aNdnuG5V6X5QHlYT_Tzp1VdFioLfq