Christine Vandenhouten

Christine Vandenhouten

Associate Professor

RH 325N

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 2008-Present Associate Professor, Bellin College, Green Bay, 1991-2008 Visiting Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, 2000-2001 Public Health Nurse, Brown County Community Health, 1989-1991 Staff Nurse Perioperative Nursing, St. Mary’s Hospital, 1987-1989 Staff Nurse NICU St. Vincent Hospital, 1986-1987

Teaching Emphasis

Public Health/Community Health Nursing Global Health Pharmacology


Professional: Nursing Education: Assessment and Evaluation Methods; Identification of risk status in generic BSN students Professional: Public Health: vulnerability; Dental access issues; Outcomes research for interventions directed at improving access among uninsured; General Nursing: HIV/AIDS; Pathophysiology, Immunology Personal: Spending time with family, traveling, gardening, and fishing


PhD in Nursing from Marquette University in 2008 with emphasis on Nursing Education and Vulnerable Populations MSN received in 1991 from UW –Oshkosh with emphasis on Nursing Administration and Primary Care BSN from Marian College in 1986 Current licensure in the state of Wisconsin as a Registered Nurse Sigma Theta Tau member Member