Associate Professor of Nursing Christine Laurent has been teaching undergraduate level students at Marian since 2007, having become an RN in 1983. After years of working in several states in her area of expertise, Obstetrics, she became an Inpatient Obstetric Nurse in 1990, a certification she still holds today. She earned her AAS-Nursing in Memphis, her BSN at UW-Green Bay, her MSN from Bellin College of Nursing, and her PhD from UW-Milwaukee. Her research interests involve service-learning and nursing education, and she also enjoys grant writing. She currently serves as Marian’s Co-Director of Service-Learning and has been incorporating service-learning in her classes since 2008, allowing students to work with The Salvation Army, Broken Bread, New Beginnings, and the Fond du Lac area schools. In her spare time, the Neenah resident enjoys spending time with her husband, Dan, and their seven daughters, one son, two sons-in-law, five grandchildren, and DD the dog.