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About Renee Colsch, PhD, RN

Renee Colsch has a passion and specialty in the area of neuroscience nursing. Her professional experience includes acute care nursing in the intensive care unit, emergency room, and the United States Air Force deployment in Balad Iraq, 2007. She teaches courses in undergraduate and graduate pathophysiology, leadership and acute care clinical. She views the teacher as the facilitator of learning. Her teaching focuses on cultural awareness and sensitivity, holistic nursing, bringing technology into the classroom and practice, evidence-based practice, research, learning, and retention.

Positions

Present Associate Professor, St. Catherine University Nursing Department
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Grants

2018 - 2018 2018 Research Grant
The Agnes Marshall Walker Foundation
Role: Primary Investigator
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Professional Service and Affiliations

2020 - Present Education Approver Committee Member, American Association of Neuroscience Nurses
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Honors and Awards

  • Summa Cum Laude, Baccalaureate Degrees (Latin Honors), 2014
  • 3rd Place Extemporaneous Speaking, MN Skills USA Championship, 2001
  • 2nd Place Pre-School Teaching Assistant, MN Skills USA Championship, 2000
  • Three Minute Thesis (3MT), University of North Dakota, Finalist, 2019

Education

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2019 PhD, University of North Dakota ‐ Nursing
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2014 MS, Nursing, Excelsior College ‐ Nursing
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2013 BS, Nursing, Excelsior College
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2005 Associate of Applied Science, Nursing, Ridgewater College
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Contact Information

St. Catherine University
2004 Randolph Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

651-690-6155

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