Trish Weber

Patricia (Trish) Weber, MHA, RT(R)(CT) ARRT

Associate Professor
Radiography and Medical Imaging

Contact Info
WeberTrish@clarksoncollege.edu
402.552.3308

Patricia (Trish) Weber is an Associate Professor in the Radiography and Medical Imaging programs and serves as the Externship Coordinator for the Medical Imaging program. She earned an Associate’s degree in Radiologic Technology in 1995, a Bachelor’s degree in Medical Imaging in 2008 and a Master’s degree in Health Care Administration in 2011—all from Clarkson College. Ms. Weber is currently the President of the Alumni Association of Clarkson College. 

As a proud alumna, Ms. Weber took the opportunity to begin teaching at Clarkson College in 2006.  In 2019, Ms. Weber was honored to be named as Faculty of the Year. Her primary areas of academic and professional expertise are computed tomography, cross sectional anatomy, health care delivery systems, magnetic resonance, medical 3D printing and patient care in radiography.   

Ms. Weber is a co-founding member of the Student Support Team at Clarkson College that supports and educates students, faculty and staff about harm prevention and wellness-based topics. She is also faculty co-sponsor for the Radiography Student Association. Over the years, Ms. Weber has served as Faculty Senate President, Chair of Faculty Handbook Curriculum and Policy Committee, Diversity Council member, and has led and served on multiple Critical Success Factor committees. Ms. Weber was a co-recipient of the Dr. Patricia Book Perry Academic Scholarly Award for developing the Medical 3D Imaging Printing Specialist certificate at Clarkson College.  

Ms. Weber is an active member of the radiology professional communities, and she has presented at both the state and national levels. To keep up with changing standards and breakthroughs within the radiography field, Ms. Weber is a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), the Nebraska Society of Radiologic Technologists (NSRT), and the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. 

Words of Wisdom 

The field of radiography has so many opportunity, do not be afraid to open the door.  The Clarkson College family can help you find the opportunity that works for you. 

Courses  

RT 105 - Patient Care and Patient Care Labs 
MI 411 - Cross Sectional Anatomy II 
MI 414 - Healthcare Delivery Systems 
MI 415 - Computed Tomography 
MI 416 - Computed Tomography Protocols 
MI 385, 475 - Computed Tomography Regular and Advanced Computed Tomography Externship 
MI 386, 476 - Magnetic Resonance Imaging Regular and Advanced Magnetic Resonance Imaging Externship 

Scholarly Works (Selected)  

Invited Talk, Tools to De-Escalation Situations” at Student Support Team presentation, Clarkson College, Omaha, NE; October 2019.  

Invited Talk, “When it Rains, It Pours: Ways to Survive the Storm” at the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences Annual Conference, Waikoloa, HI; July 2019.  

Invited Talk, “When it Rains, It Pours: Ways to Survive the Storm” at the Nebraska Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Conference, Kearney, NE; April 2019.  

Invited Talk, “Handling Student Behaviors” at the Fall Faculty Development Day, Clarkson College, Omaha, NE; December 2018.  

Invited Talk, “Pearls and Pitfalls of Canvas” at the Fall Faculty Development Day, Clarkson College, Omaha, NE; December 2017.  

Invited Talk, “Wellness, More Than Diet and Exercise” at the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences Annual Conference, St. Louis, Mo; July 2017.  

Invited Talk, “Resilience and Grit in Health Care: Building Skills for Success and Well-Being”, Nebraska Society of Radiologic Technologists Annual Conference, Kearney, NE; April 2017.  

Invited Talk, “New Student Orientation, Student Wellness”, Clarkson College, Omaha, Ne; August, 2016.  

Invited Talk, “Wellness, More Than Diet and Exercise” at Spring Faculty Development, Clarkson College, Omaha, Ne; May 2016.  

Invited Talk, “Strategies to Motivate Students to Read and Prepare before class”, Fall Faculty Development, Clarkson College, Omaha, Ne; December 2015.  

Invited Talk, “RT/MI Program at Clarkson College” at Papillion La Vista South, Papillion, NE; November 2015.  

Invited Talk, “Ethics & Diversity from a Medical Imaging Perspective” at Nebraska Society of Radiologic Technologists Education Saturday at Clarkson College, Omaha, NE; August 2013.  

Invited Talk, “Service for Rank and Promotion” at Clarkson College Rank and Promotion Workshop, Omaha, Ne; June 2013.  

Invited Talk, “ RT/MI Program at Clarkson College” for HOSA conference at Boys Town, Omaha, NE; April 2011.  

Invited Talk, “Identification of the CT image for Nurse Practitioners” Speaker at the Clarkson College Graduate Nursing Weekend; Omaha, NE; December 2010.  

Invited Talk, “Basics of MRI”; speaker for high school students at Benson High School; Omaha, Ne; February 2008.  

Invited Talk, “Imaging the Heart”; speaker for high school students at Benson High School; Omaha, Ne; September 2008.  

Invited Talk, “Identification of the CT image for Nurse Practitioners” Speaker at the Clarkson College Graduate Nursing Weekend; Omaha, NE; September 2007.  

Invited Talk, “Bolus Tracking”; Speaker for the technologists at Alegent Health Midlands; Papillion, Nebraska; March 2007 

 



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