President Hauschildt Recognized by TriHealth Leadership for his Commitment to the College
Our congratulations to President Hauschildt! Recently, at the TriHealth Leadership Development Institute, he was honored with the prestigious Florence Nightingale Ax Award which recognizes team members who “chop down doors” to SERVE the TriHealth mission. In front of a crowd of 800+ TriHealth leaders, President and CEO Mark Clement recognized Jim for his work and leadership of our college over the last 18 months.
President Hauschildt was recognized for:
Remarkable leadership – Making a Difference One Student at a Time!
- Led a redesign of the College to create a “student centric” organization in order to prepare for current and future challenges in higher education
- Dramatic improvements in key areas of recruitment, retention and first-time NLCEX success:
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|GSH Student Retention
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- Developing a Medical Assistant Certificate Program to encourage career advancement for TH team members and to build talent pool of MAs.
- Leads in a positive fashion in the face of disruptive change and is always supportive and approachable.
- This humble leader is relentless in a nonabrasive manner in the pursuit of higher performance and student outcomes for the college.
President Hauschildt was one of two Ax Award recipients. He was nominated by Senior VP & Regional Executive Rob Cercek.
Thank You, President Hauschildt for your hard work at our college leading us in our commitment to offer an excellent education to those looking for the opportunity to have remarkable healthcare careers!
TRIHEALTH NURSES CAN NOW ATTEND THE GSC BSN PROGRAM WITH NO OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES
- TriHealth will cover up to $10,000 of BSN tuition for students using the TriHealth Employer Reimbursement Program. All tuition charges above $10,000 will be waived by GSC.
- GSC will waive all program fees.
- TriHealth RNs self-paying, the BSN tuition will be charged up to $10,000. Any further BSN tuition charges over $10,000 will be waived.
Besides the Tuition Plan, the College also has implemented a BSN Book Scholarship for all BSN students. By providing a receipt to the Financial Aid office, students will receive a refund for their BSN books.
This new partnership means TriHealth RNs attending the GSC BSN program can essentially get their Bachelor’s degree for free.
For information on how you can attend the BSN program at GSC, contact Asst. Director Jason Slayton at Jason.email@example.com or 513-862-1678
COMMON READ AT GSC FOR 2017-2018 IS A LOOK AT THE OPIATE EPIDEMIC IN AMERICA
The purpose of the Common Read at GSC is to engage our diverse student population and faculty in a collective conversation that is connected to the multiple concepts that are taught at GSC. Each course and concept explores the Common Read from a different perspective encouraging students to think analytically from another’s viewpoint. The 2017-18 Common Read Book is “Dreamland: The True Tale of America's Opiate Epidemic”, by Sam Quinones. The GSC website has more information about this topic.
PROF. SINGH NAMED OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR OF THE YEAR!
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Read about what is happening at GSC and with our Alumni. This Fall issue also includes the college’s Annual Report. The BlueStreak is published three times per year by the GSC Alumni.
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