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I was wondering if anyone from the Lawrence Campus has taken Microbiology and/or Advanced Physiology in the summer. (or at this point, at all) I am taking both this summer and I want to start... Read More

  1. Visit  coltsgrl profile page
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    Thank you all soooooo much! I am still going to take both, I was just really hoping to get a jumpstart! Unfortuneately , Im not young and I have 2 kids so I am sure I have lost my mind. I wish I was closer to the Terre Haute campus to take it online! I love online classes! Welp, wish me luck (i know im gonna need it!) Ill let ya know how I do. Thanks again!
  2. Visit  muncieLPN34 profile page
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    Has anyone met Janice Webster? I don't recall if all of you have had her online or in person. I think I may have had her for ANP2 about 4 years ago. If it is her, she is wonderful, but at that time she didn't teach online classes. Does anyone know anything about her? Does she have short dark brown hair,and also coach a womans ice hockey team or something like that?...LOL That is what I remember of her if it is her. If so, I will consider taking my Advanced physiology from her. I think I saw that she taught that online as well.

    Thanks for any input,
    Jill
  3. Visit  Innurse78 profile page
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    I have been to 2 of her labs in Terra Haute but never actually was introduced to her. I am not sure if she was even there.
    Have you taken Micro yet? You can pick one or the other.....Advanced Physio OR Micro.
    But yes, she is a very good teacher and her online classes usually fill up quickly.

    brenda
  4. Visit  muncieLPN34 profile page
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    Brenda,

    I'm in Micro right now and love it. I do attend class at the Muncie campus. I still will need another of the health science classes to equal 2 of the 4 that you can choose from. I don't want to do chemistry, and I don't remember what the other option was, so I am planning on taking the advanced physiology next semester. Is advanced Anatomy one of the options? LOL..I don't remember, just know I will need another one.

    Jill
  5. Visit  Innurse78 profile page
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    Jill,


    Advanced Anatomy and Physiology is one class.
    I opted for the Chem because its easier..........LOL!
    Although, if going for my BSN after, I will need the advanced ANP. So I am undecided yet as to which one I will take.
    I dont think they have an advanced ANP class on line.............and the teacher at B-town is really terrible. ( another reason I opted for Chem).

    Hey......................you are going to get your letter tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Brenda
  6. Visit  obicurn profile page
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    I am taking ANP201 and Micro together now. Let me say they are both very in depth classes and cover a lot of material. Micro is a lot easier than Physio. There's no way on Earth I would take the two of them together over a Summer semester because they are usually condensed down into 10 week semesters. 16 weeks is very demanding for the Physio class.
    For Micro, if you are taking it at Lawrence, try to get yourself into Tracey Mills' class. She's the best instructor I've ever had. *hint....Make sure you don't get stuck with a different instructor for lab.
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  7. Visit  littlemamakt profile page
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    Well, I did it! I stopped in today and signed up for one of Webster's Summer Micro classes. So I'll be driving down there one Saturday from the SB area. If anyone else wants to carpool, lmk.

    I also signed up for one of Hackeman's ENG 211 classes, so if anyone else is in one of those then maybe we'll be in class together.

    Oh, and I also turned in my app today! So I start my two month wait

    -Kate

  8. Visit  coltsgrl profile page
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    ok, i am bowing out of microbiology. arghhhh, but I GOT A JOB TODAY!!! went into a nursing home to fill out an app, and they just hired me, right there on the spot...wooo hooo (just finished my CNA class last week) and just to top it off, it's about 45 seconds from my house.

    I just had to share, Im sooooo excited!
  9. Visit  Innurse78 profile page
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    Thats the killer, Kate.
    The longggggg wait for that letter!
    You will enjoy Janice Websters class. If you need help, just email her and she responds quickly.
    Be aware the summer classes are more crammed and more intense than the regular length semester classes.
    Good luck!

    brenda
  10. Visit  Dannelboo profile page
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    Quote from coltsgrl
    ok, i am bowing out of microbiology. arghhhh, but I GOT A JOB TODAY!!! went into a nursing home to fill out an app, and they just hired me, right there on the spot...wooo hooo (just finished my CNA class last week) and just to top it off, it's about 45 seconds from my house.

    I just had to share, Im sooooo excited!
    That is great news, congrats! Can I ask you a personal question? What is the salary range for a CNA position in a nursing home? I am currently in my first semester ASN at Ivy Tech Indy and am thinking of applying to several places this summer as a CNA. Just curious what range to expect. Thanks!
  11. Visit  coltsgrl profile page
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    Sorry this is late, but boo the pay is around 10/hr, where I did clinicals it was 10.45 to start, so I wouldnt take any less than that. (also, 2 days a week starting out is enough if you don't have to work more than that)

    also...littlemamakt...I sent you a pm about chem online in SB.
  12. Visit  obicurn profile page
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    I wonder how employers in this are are about students working in the summers. For instance, if I were to go ahead and do the CNA thing, do you think I could find a job that would allow me to work only in the Summer when I'm not taking classes?
    I don't want to put too much on my plate while I'm in school so I think a full class load, clinical and raising 4 kids by myself is enough during Fall and Spring. Anybody have any experience with this? I'm running around today trying to find child care for the kids on days their school is closed or has half day. I don't want to have to miss class or especially clinical because of Teacher in-service days. Jeremiah Gray tends to have alot of those and it's always Thursday and Friday of the same week. It stinks.
  13. Visit  Dannelboo profile page
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    Quote from indymom4
    I wonder how employers in this are are about students working in the summers. For instance, if I were to go ahead and do the CNA thing, do you think I could find a job that would allow me to work only in the Summer when I'm not taking classes?
    I don't want to put too much on my plate while I'm in school so I think a full class load, clinical and raising 4 kids by myself is enough during Fall and Spring. Anybody have any experience with this? I'm running around today trying to find child care for the kids on days their school is closed or has half day. I don't want to have to miss class or especially clinical because of Teacher in-service days. Jeremiah Gray tends to have alot of those and it's always Thursday and Friday of the same week. It stinks.
    I went to the Ivy Tech Health Job Fair a few weeks ago and there were facilities there that were hiring for the summer.


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