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CANCELLED: Ironside Distinguished Alumni Lecture in Nursing: “Be Bold, Be Brave, Learn from Failures, and Move Forward” (in person or on Zoom)
October 8, 2022 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Speaker: Lieutenant Colonel Peter D. Strube ’94.
Dr. Strube has a passion to instill forward thinking in nurses, current and future. Through his personal endeavors and the COVID pandemic, Dr. Strube sees opportunity for nurses to learn from failures and become the changing face of healthcare. The future is here for nursing, and this powerful profession will propel healthcare forward.
Lieutenant Colonel Peter D. Strube ’94 is a CRNA who received his master’s degree from St. Mary’s University School of Anesthesia in 2006. He was awarded the Doctor of Nurse Anesthesia in June 2017 and completed his MBA from Edgewood College in December 2020. Lieutenant Colonel Strube is now formally retired from the United States Army Nurse Corps and from the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh CRNA Program. Dr. Strube has mobilized and deployed four times during military operations, including service in Iraq and Afghanistan. Currently, Dr. Strube is an Assistant Professor at the University of Tennessee Chattanooga College of Nursing Anesthesia Program, using a virtual reality platform to teach nurse anesthetist students.
Dr. Strube owns and operates Trollway Anesthesia, which covers several critical access hospitals. He has authored several professional articles and training programs and he lectures both nationally and internationally. Dr. Strube also tutors at-risk students on their anesthesia boards. He has been elected to serve on the Wisconsin State Association Board and is currently the Region 3 director of the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology. Dr. Strube has served his community as a member of the Mount Horeb Board of Education, is a Commissioner on the Dane County Ethics Board, and is a court-appointed mentor for veterans in crisis.
For more information, contact Contact Prof. Angela Kueny.
This event is part of Homecoming Weekend 2022, October 7-9.