Welcome from Dean Allen

Events Celebrating the 50th Anniversary

  • September – Homecoming Booth: Stop the Bleed
  • October – United Way Race
  • February – Opioid Crisis Discussion Panel
  • March – Golden Ticket Gala

50th Anniversary Gala Celebration – Saturday, March 30, 2019

Reunite with other alumni by joining students, faculty, and staff at the 50th Anniversary Gala. With a theme of “Golden Ticket,” this semi-formal celebration begins at 6 p.m. in the Harre Union. Following a cocktail hour, a sit-down dinner will be served. Post-dinner entertainment will be provided by magician and inspirational speaker David Hira. Early-bird ticket price: $125 by March 1, 2019, $140 after March 1. Space is limited! Reserve your spot now here. Can’t make it? Consider sponsoring a student ticket for $125.00. Need to stay overnight? A block of rooms has been reserved at Country Inn and Suites at a price of $99 if booked by March 1, 2019, and at the Fairfield Inn for $119/$129 if booked by March 1, 2019.

David Hira Profile Picture

“How did he do that?” – The Magic of David Hira

Come laugh, be astonished, and have your heart and mind tickled with the fun and magic that only David Hira can bring. You’ll feel like a kid again as you witness the impossible as David makes things float, reads your thoughts and as YOU predict the future in the most astounding of ways! Hear his inspirational message about his personal health care experience. David has performed on cruise ships, at Caesar’s Palace and on television 43 times. Come experience the magic! For more information, visit davidhira.com.


Opioid Crisis Discussion Panel – February 6, 2019

Join us Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2019, at 6 p.m. for an expert panel discussion about the opioid crisis. Guest experts include Todd Willis from Porter Starke Services, Porter County Sheriff Reynolds, and Cara Jones from Health Linc. The panel will be held in room 108 of LeBien Hall, 836 LaPorte Avenue, Valparaiso.


United Way Race

In October, students of the CONHP volunteered to hand out water to race participants in collaboration with Extra Mile Fitness Company. The half-marathon and 5K race was an opportunity to raise funds for the United Way of Porter County.


Stop the Bleed

This year at homecoming, students sponsored a booth on Crusader Way. As part of the Stop the Bleed campaign, students taught individuals how to apply a tourniquet. Stop the Bleed is a national initiative to prepare the public to save lives by teaching individuals about basic first aid to stop life-threatening emergencies, such as man-made and natural disasters. Initiated by the Obama White House and Department of Defense, Stop the Bleed is now sponsored by the American College of Surgeons. For more information about Stop the Bleed, visit bleedingcontrol.org.

PREPARING HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS FOR THE WORLD


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