Janet Stuckman, MSN

Associate Professor of Nursing

Janet Stuckman has more than 20 years of experience in nursing education and more than 12 years of experience in hospital-related education, including five years in operating room and post-anesthesia recovery care and experience with medical-surgical nursing and pain management. She is also a certified diabetes educator and an instructor for the American Heart Association Basic Life Support and CPR classes.

Mrs. Stuckman enjoys being involved in family activities, especially vacationing together and visiting historic sites. She also enjoys cooking, scrapbooking, gardening, singing in church, helping out on the family farm, and renovating. She and her husband John have three children and two grandchildren and are members of the Church of St. Peter in Quincy, IL.

“I enjoy the christian environment at HLGU,” she says. “There is an atmosphere of love and civility which radiates from the staff and faculty at this facility. I came to HLGU to share the joy of my profession as a registered nurse and share the importance of christian values in our professional practice through serving other’s needs. I encourage students to explore their spiritual growth and allow God to lead them in their professional practice.”

Educational Background

  • University of Missouri - Columbia, Master of Science in Nursing, 1996
  • Quincy College, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, 1985
  • Graham Hospital School of Nursing, Diploma in Nursing, 1976

Memberships

  • Sigma Theta Tau

Awards & Achievements

  • Who's Who in American Nursing
  • Lifesaver Award - American Heart Association
  • Professor Emeritus for John Wood Community College