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Clarkson College announced the appointment of Dr. Andreia Nebel as the eighth College President to lead the health care educational institution into the future on Thursday, March 16.
Dr. Nebel will begin her new role as President on May 1, 2023, transitioning from her current position of Vice President of Academic Affairs at Clarkson College. Over the last 20 years, Dr. Nebel has served the students of Clarkson College as a faculty member, program director, vice president and soon-to-be President.
Clarkson College is one the Omaha STEM Ecosystem’s founding partners. Dr. Nebel currently serves as a member of the ecosystem’s Executive Committee.
Over the past eight years as the Vice President of Academic Affairs, her accomplishments include successfully providing vision to the organization’s strategic plan, leading institutional and program accreditation, launching in-demand academic programs, expanding community advancement courses for the public, and leading academic pandemic planning, to name a few. Dr. Nebel earned her Doctor in Education degree (EdD) in Interdisciplinary Leadership from Creighton University in 2020, as well as her Doctorate in Physical Therapy (DPT) in 2002.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to serve in this new role and excited for all the good work Clarkson College and the community will continue to provide for the next 135 years,” Nebel said in a Clarkson College news release. “Clarkson College is an amazing institution, made up of the best students, faculty, staff, and alumni. There’s no place I’d rather be.” Dr. Nebel and her husband, Mike, have lived in the Omaha area for 23 years. The Nebel family have made the Midwest their home in nearby rural Iowa raising their now grown children, son Tye and daughter Ryley.