Lisa Brandt, BSN

Clinical Assistant Professor of Nursing 262.650.4928 Henke Nursing Center NC11




Professor Brandt has worked as a staff nurse at St. Luke’s Medical Center for 16 years. She is currently in her second year as a full-time faculty member at Carroll University and loves it. She feels lucky to have found her passion in teaching.


  • University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Doctor of Nursing Practice Program for Family Nurse Practitioner, 2014-2018
  • Creighton University, Accelerated Nursing Program, BSN, 1999-2000
    • Dean’s List
    • Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society
  • Saint Mary’s University, B.A. in Biology, minor in Chemistry, 1995-1999
    • Dean’s List
    • LaSallian Honors Program
    • Tri-Beta Biological Honor Society                                 

Areas of Specialization

Neurosurgical ICU, Clinical Education and Primary Care

Scholarly and Professional Achievements

Current DNP for FNP student at University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Service to Carroll University and Profession

The nursing health assessment class recently made donations to the House of Hope in Nicaragua. This is a safe place for victims of human trafficking.

What is your teaching style?

I believe in both the student and teacher working hard together to meet the goal of the class.

Why do you do what you do?

I love to see students take what they have learned and make it their own.

How do you make learning engaging?

To make learning engaging I use real life situations from my practice to make the information pertinent. 

What should students know about you?

I know that I can learn as much from the students as they can from me.
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