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Meet Our Faculty

JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing Leaders

Margaret (Peg) Rauschenberger, MSN, RN, CCHP

Interim Dean

Associate Professor

Margaret.rauschenberger@alverno.edu

414-382-6276

Education:  BSN – Alverno College, Milwaukee, WI; MSN – Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

Experience:

Teaching: I began my teaching career at Marquette University and then moved to Alverno College in 1996.  I have taught at all levels in the undergraduate program and currently teach the senior capstone course.  I previously served as Associate Dean of the JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing at Alverno and am now the Interim Dean.  I have done national and international presentations and consultations on nursing education and student assessment

Nursing expertise: My background is varied.  I have experience as a cardiac care nurse, a mental health nurse, home health care, and as a hospital administrator.  I maintain a practice in a jail setting and have certification in corrections nursing.


Carol Sabel

Carol Sabel Ph.D, RN, CNE

Graduate Program Director

Assistant Professor

Carol.sabel@alverno.edu

414-382-6309

Education: BSN - Marian College, Fond du Lac, WI; PhD - UW-Milwaukee; Certified as a Nurse Educator

Experience:

Teaching: I have been at Alverno College for 6 years and have taught in both the undergraduate and graduate programs, although now I am focused on the graduate level. I have taught a variety of courses, from beginning classes through last course taken.

Workplace Experience: Obstetrics, ambulatory surgery, GI

Dissertation: Title: Exploring the influences of environmental factors on physical education activities: Perceptions of middle-school students. I used a mixed methods design that included surveys and focus groups.

Educational Philosophy: I am passionate about providing quality experiences for students using the most current and evidence-based strategies to promote understanding. Learning is a process that evolves over time and it is important to provide each student the opportunity to evolve. I believe that learning is reciprocal and that I can learn a great deal from students as well as teaching them.

Interests: When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family. I also enjoy gardening, camping and travel.