MNA Coordinator and Lecturer
PhD University of Wisconsin, Madison
MS University of Missouri, Columbia
BSN University of Missouri, Columbia
Email: Julie Millenbruch
Office: 333 N. Washington Ave., Office 329, Dallas Annex Office
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Dr. Millenbruch is currently a lecturer at the Baylor University Louise Herrington School of Nursing. Before arriving at Baylor University, Dr. Millenbruch spent over 20 years teaching at Alverno College School of Nursing in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her degrees include a Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of Wisconsin, and an MSN and BSN from the University of Missouri. She is also the Director of the MS Program and MSN Leadership and Innovation Program at Baylor LHSON.
In serving the Baylor community, Dr. Millenbruch sits on two University Committees: the MSN in Leadership and Innovation Program and the Graduate Studies Committee. She has also been a member of the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education for many years. Dr. Millenbruch has held leadership and management positions in academic medical centers, a federal health care system, and in schools of nursing offering baccalaureate and master's nursing programs. Finally, Dr. Millenbruch is a loyal and involved member of her local church.
Dr. Millenbruch's research interests including looking at the effects of stroke and how to improve nursing practice. In 2013, Dr. Millenbruch received a grant from the VA Nursing Academic Partnership. In 2009, Dr. Millenbruch submitted "Sexuality and Quality of Life After Stroke" to Dissertation Abstracts International. She has recently contributed to the book Teaching Nursing: The Art and Science. Adding to her research accomplishments are numerous poster presentations and attended workshops.