Eau Claire, WI – Jennifer McSorley came back to her home area to move up in her career. McSorley, a 1994 graduate of Menomonie High School, has been named the new associate Dean of Health at Chippewa Valley Technical College (CVTC).
McSorley received her bachelor of science degree in nursing from UW-Eau Claire in 2010. She earned her master’s degree from American Sentinel University in Aurora, Colo. earlier this year.
“My nursing background is primarily in women’s health, in labor and delivery,” McSorley said.
She taught at Fortis College in Columbus, Ohio, then became the director of the nursing program, which is similar to CVTC’s associate degree program.
“I’m very impressed with CVTC as a whole,” McSorley said. “There is a lot of infrastructure for support of faculty development, which leads to student support and development.”
McSorley is located in CVTC’s Health Education Center, where she will work with Dean of Health Shelly Olson.