Julie Lawlor, MSN, BSN

Assistant Professor
Community Health, Undergraduate Nursing

Contact Info

Julie Lawlor, MSN, BSN has been an instructor in the Undergraduate Nursing program since 2012. She holds Bachelor’s degrees in Mass Communications from State University of New York and in Nursing from the University of Nebraska School of Nursing. She also earned her Master’s degree in Nursing Education from Clarkson College.  

At the College, Ms. Lawlor serves as the chair of the Admission, Graduation and Progression committee and has served on the Faculty and Student Issues, and Personnel committees. She is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau Omicron Epsilon chapter and has served on multiple Critical Success Factor (CSF) committees.

Outside the College, Ms. Lawlor volunteers for the Heartland Equine Therapeutic Riding Academy (HETRA). She also serves as a director for the Nebraska League for Nursing.


NS 261 – Population-Based Public Health Nursing – Health Policy and Current Trends
NS 362 – Program Management and Care of the Client in the Community
NS 461-462 – Population-Based Public Health Nursing – Communicable Diseases and Global Health Theory and Clinical
NS 481 – Population Health
CHL 260 – Evolution of Women’s Health
CHL 261 – Women’s Health in Contemporary Society 
CHL 334 - Managing Care of the Older Adult

Words of Wisdom

An extraordinary woman named Grace Hopper once said, "the most damaging phrase in the language is that it has always been done that way." I hope Clarkson College students advocate for change for the good of all people and act with kindness while doing it.

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