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Laura Arline Lenau

Laura Arline Lenau was American nursing educator. Achievements include development of national league for nursing accreditation commission approval of the registered nursing program at Miles Community College. Active Governors Task Force, Helena, Montana, 1985—1988, Commissioner Higher Education, Helena, 1990—1994.

Background

Lenau, Laura Arline was born on December 7, 1942 in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of Frank Raymond Lenau and Arline Elizabeth Simcock.

Education

Diploma in Registered Nursing, St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco, 1964. Bachelor of Science, California State University, Sacrament, 1967. Master of Science, University Portland, Oregon, 1984.

Career

Head nurse Methodist Hospital, Sacramento, 1975—1978. Nursing instructor Miles Community College, Montana, 1978—1983, dean, division nursing & allied health, 1983—2000. Nurse educator Salish Kootenai College, Pablo, since 2000.

Membership

Active Governors Task Force, Helena, Montana, 1985—1988, Commissioner Higher Education, Helena, 1990—1994.