GREENVILLE, S.C. (August 18, 2016) – Jodie A. Fellenger will join the Bob Jones University faculty this fall as an assistant professor of Nursing in the College of Arts and Sciences. Fellenger previously served as a nursing instructor at the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center in Willow Street, Pennsylvania.
“Jodie comes to BJU as a highly experienced nurse and nursing educator who has a true passion for training the next generation of nurses,” said Dr. Renae Wentworth, dean of the College of Arts and Science. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to have her as part of our nursing faculty.”
Fellenger earned a BS in Nursing (2006) from Eastern Mennonite University in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and an MS in Nursing Education (2016) from Alvernia University in Reading, Pennsylvania, where she serves as a community advisory board member.
A resident of Denver, Pennsylvania, Fellenger served at Lancaster General Health as an endoscopy nurse. She also served as a staff nurse on the short procedure unit, in the pre-admission testing department, and the medical/surgical unit at Brandywine Hospital and Trauma Center in Coatesville. Fellenger also gained clinical experience working as a staff nurse at Montgomery County Geriatric Center in Royersford.
In addition to her clinical experience, Fellenger is an active member of Calvary Bible Fellowship Church, through which she has served as a faith community nurse and a committee member of Disaster Relief. Fellenger has also participated in several medical missions trips to Mexico as well as serving with Water Street Rescue Mission.
“I am looking forward to teaching the fundamentals of nursing to prepare today’s student for our future healthcare needs utilizing a Biblical Worldview,” says Fellenger.