Beverly Foster, MN, MPH, PhD, RN
Clinical Professor Emerita
Bev Foster received her PhD in administration in higher education from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She earned her BSN from Syracuse University, an MPH in community development from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and a MN from the University of California at Los Angeles as a clinical specialist in maternal/newborn care. She has held numerous roles in both practice and academe. She began teaching at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1981, and directed the undergraduate nursing program from 1994 to 2017. Her primary teaching areas include maternal/newborn care, public health nursing and inter-professional practice.
Dr. Foster is active in community service in many local and state agencies related to health and human services, having served for many years both as chair and member on the Boards of Health and Healthy Carolinians in Orange County. At the state level she was appointed by the Governor to the state Healthy Carolinians Advisory Board and served as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Foundation for Nursing Excellence. Bev is also active in regulation and accreditation, serving as an elected member and Chair of the NC Board of Nursing from 2001-08 and on various committees with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing. She is active in accreditation, and served as a program site evaluator, team leader, and member of the Evaluation Review Panel for the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). She is currently a site evaluator and accreditation team leader for the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), and served two terms on their Report Review Committee.
Dr. Foster was a member of the Essentials Task Force (AACN) for the development of The Essentials: Core Competencies for Professional Nursing Education (2021). Dr. Foster has received numerous grants for projects to enhance the School’s educational mission. Recent publications and presentations focus on regulation, accreditation, program leadership and educational innovations. Dr. Foster retired in 2021.
|2020||American Nurses Association Book of the Year, First Place, Professional Issues, Black, B. Professional Nursing, Concepts & Challenges (2019), 9th edition St. Louis, Elsevier|
|2016||Ned Brooks Award for Public Service “sustained record of exemplary public service and servant leadership”, UNC-Chapel Hill|
|2013||Recognized by BSN/ABSN students for leadership, vision and service, UNC-Chapel Hill|
|2008||Recognized by faculty for “extraordinary service to the profession”, UNC-Chapel Hill|
|2008||Recognized for “exceptional devotion to the past, present, and future success of the undergraduate nursing program” by the Nursing Class of 2008, UNC-Chapel Hill|
|2006||Exemplary Service Award, Healthy Carolinians of Orange County|
|2001||Excellent Service Award, Committee on Student Conduct, UNC-Chapel Hill|
|1999||Outstanding Service Award, Orange County Board of Health, UNC-Chapel Hill|
|1990||Selected as Alternate Item Writer for NCLEX-RN Exam by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing.|
|1990||Co-recipient, Golden Rule Award, J.C. Penny Co., volunteer recognition for excellence, Orange County Adolescent Parenting Program|
|1989||Co-recipient, Governor’s Award as member, Community Advisory Committee, Orange County Adolescent Parenting Project, Department of Social Services.|
|1989||Co-recipient, American Public Welfare Association’s “Successful Projects Initiative: Award, Category 3: Services and Benefits for Families, for work with the Orange County (NC) Department of Social Services Adolescent Parenting Project|
|1988||Nominated for N.C. Governor’s Award as Co-chair of the Community Advisory|
|Committee of the Orange County Adolescent Parenting Program|
|1983||Nominated to the National Dean’s List by Dean Jerrold Michals, School of Public Health, University of Hawaii.|
|1980||Maternal Child Nurse of the Year, State of Hawaii, sponsored by the National Foundation March of Dimes (Hawaii Chapter) and Hawaii Nurses Association.|
|1980||Selected as Item Writer, National League for Nursing Exam Pool, Obstetrics.|
|1964||Laura Bissett Mills Award, Outstanding Senior Student Nurse|
|1964||Sigma Theta Tau, National Nursing Honorary|
|1964||Phi Kappa Phi, All-University Honorary.|
|1964||B.S.N. cum laude.|
Bryant, A.L., Foster, B., Giscombe, C., Santos, H., Jenerette, C., Brooks, J., & Rodgers, S. (2021) Supporting Racial, Ethnic Minority, and Disadvantaged Undergraduate Nursing Students with Honors Projects. Accepted for publication in Journal of Professional Nursing.
Foster, B. & Wagner, J. & O’Sullivan, R. (2020). Measuring learning outcomes in an RN to BSN program. Teaching & Learning in Nursing. 15(1), 19-24.
Foster, B. (2018). Nursing as a Regulated Practice: Legal Issues. In Black, B. P., Professional Nursing Concepts & Challenges, 9th edition. Maryland Heights, Missouri: Elsevier/Saunders
Foster, B. (2010). Expanding Your Role: Becoming the Director of a Program. In Caputi, L. Teaching Nursing: The Art and Science, Vol. 3 (2nd edition, pp. 621-634). Glen Ellyn, IL: College of DuPage Press.
Foster, B. & Trotter V.B. (2007). Legal Aspects of Nursing. In Chitty, K. & Black, B. Professional Nursing Concepts and Challenges (5th edition, pp. 86-111). St Louis: Saunders Elsevier.
Foster, B. (1996). Contraception. In Lowdermilk, D., I. Perry, S., & Bobak, I. (Eds.), Maternity and Women’s Health Care, (6th edition, pp. 1172-1198). St. Louis: Mosby-Year Book, Inc.
Hofman, E., Havens, B., Geidel, S., Hoppenbrouwers, T., & Hodgman, J. (1977). Long Term, Continuous Monitoring of Multiple Physiological Parameters in Newborn and Young Infants: Procedural Manual. Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica, Supplement 266.
Sterman, M.B., Harper, R.M., Havens, B., Hoppenbrouwers, T., McGinty, D.J. & Hodgman, J.E. (1975). Quantitative Analysis of Central Cortical EEG Activity During Quiet Sleep in Infants. In Chase, M.H., Stern, W., Walter, P. (Eds.), Sleep Research, Vol. 4. Los Angeles, CA: Brain Research Institute, University of California.
Hodges, E. A, Johnson Rowsey, P., Fowler, T. Kneipp, S., Woods-Giscombe, C., Foster, B., Alexander, R., & Kowlowitz, V., (2017). Bridging the gender divide: Facilitating the educational path for men in Nursing. Journal of Nursing Education. 56(5), 295-299
Hill, R.Y., Foster, B., and Oermann, M.H. (2015). Dedicated Education Unit Model for a Transition into Practice Course. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 46(9), 403– 408.
Kim, K.K., Kjervik, D.K. and Foster, B., (2014). Quality Indicators for initial licensure and discipline in nursing laws in South Korea and North Carolina. International Nursing Review, 61:35-43 doi:10.1111/inr.12069
Hollar, D., Hobgood, C., Foster, B., Aleman, M. & Sawning, S. (2012). Concurrent validation of CHIRP, a new instrument for measuring healthcare student attitudes towards interdisciplinary teamwork. Journal of Applied Measurement 13(4), 360-75.
Foster, B. (2010). Regulatory Change: Redefining Educational Standards. Journal of Nursing Regulation 1(2), 49-51.
Oermann, M.H., Alvarez, M., O’Sullivan, R. and Foster, B. (2010). Performance, satisfaction, and transition into practice of graduates of accelerated nursing programs, Journal for Nurses in Staff Development, 26(5), 192-199.
Oermann, M.H., Poole-Dawkins, K., Alvarez, M.T., Foster, B. and O’Sullivan, R. (2010). Managers’ perspectives of new graduates of accelerated nursing programs: How do they compare to other new graduates? Journal of Continuing Education, 41(9), 394-402.
Hobgood, C., Sherwood, G., Frush, K., Hollar, D., Maynard, L., Foster, B., et. Al. (2010). Teamwork training with nursing and medical students: does the method matter? Results of an interinstitutional, interdisciplinary collaboration, Quality and Safety in Health Care, 19, 1-6.
Foster, B., Durham, C., Sawning, S., Frush, K., Sherwood, G., Hobgood, C., Promes, S., Woodyard, D., Hollar, D. (2009).Teamwork Training for Interdisciplinary Applications, Academic Emergency Medicine Journal 16 (4) S277
Esposito, N. W., Redman, R. W., Moore, K., Foster, B. and Blue, J. (2005). Preventing violence in an academic setting: One school of nursing’s approach, Nursing Education Perspectives 26(1), 24-28.
Swenson, I., and Foster, B. (1995). Malpractice coverage for health professionals with physical, mental or substance-abuse impairments. Hospital Topics, 73(3), 21-25.
Swenson, I., Foster, B. and Asay, M. (1995). Menstruation, menarche, and sexuality in the public school curriculum – school nurses’ perceptions, Adolescence, 30(Fall), 677-683.
Swenson, I. and Foster, B. (1993). Nursing administrators’ responses to physically, mentally and substance-impaired nurses. Hospital Topics, 71(2), 38-44.
Swenson, I., Foster, B. and Champagne, M. (1991). Responses of schools of nursing to physically, mentally and substance impaired students. Journal of Nursing Education, 30(7), 320-325.
Havens, B. & Stevens, R. (1990). A continuing education model for community health nursing practice. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 7(3), 123-130.
Havens, B. & Swenson, I. (1989). A content analysis of educational media about menstruation, Adolescence, 24 (Winter), 901-907.
Swenson, I., Havens, B. & Champagne, M. (1989). State boards and impaired nurses, Nursing Outlook, 37(2), 94-96.
Havens, B. & Heggen, M. (1989). Community health nursing practice for RN students in an outreach BSN program in rural North Carolina, Journal of Nursing Education, 28(8), 384-386.
Havens, B. & Swenson, I. (1988). Imagery associated with menstruation in advertising targeted to adolescent women, Adolescence, 22, 89-97.
Swenson, I., Havens, B., & Champagne, M. (1987). State board members’ perceptions of impaired nurses, Nursing Outlook, 35(4), 154-155.
Swenson, I. & Havens, B. (1987). Menarche and menstruation: A review of the literature. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 4(4), 199-210.
Swenson, I., Havens, B., & Champagne, M. (1987). Interpretations of state board criteria and disciplinary procedures regarding impaired nurses. Nursing Outlook, 35(3), 108-110, 145.
Champagne, M., Havens, B. & Swenson, I. (1987). State board criteria for licensure and disciplinary procedures regarding impaired nurses. Nursing Outlook, 35(2), 54-57, 101.
Havens, B. & Swenson, I. (1986). Menstrual perceptions and preparation among female adolescents, Journal of Obstetrical, Gynecological and Neonatal Nursing, 15(5), 406-411.
Sterman, M.B., Harper, R.N., Havens, B., Hoppenbrouwers, T., McGinty, D.J., & Hodgman, J.E. (1977) Quantitative analysis of central cortical EEG activity during quiet sleep in infants, Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 43,371-385.
Foster, B. (2005). [Book review of Annual Review of Nursing Education], Vol 1. Nursing Education Perspectives, 26(1), 51.
Foster, B. (2003). [Book review of Making a Difference: Stories From the Point of Care.] Nursing Education Perspectives, 24, 206.
Foster, B. (2001). [Book review of The Lost Art of Caring: A Challenge to Health Professionals, Families, Communities, and Society]. Nursing and Health Care Perspectives, 22, 6.
Hobgood, C., Woodyard, D., Hollar, D., Durham, C., Sawning, S., Frush, K., Maynard, L., Sherwood, G., Foster, B. & Love, H. (2009). Using high and low fidelity simulations to teach and practice teamwork and training. In Simulation in Healthcare, December.
Friedman, M., Geidel, S., Havens, B., Hoppenbrouwers, T. & Hodgman, J.E. (1975). Near miss for sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). [Abstract]. In Clinical Research, 23 (2), 142A.
Foster, B. (co-author). PRIDE grant organizational assessment tool. Included in Alexander, G. R. (2010). Should nursing be diversified? In Cowen, P. & Morehead, S., Current Issues in Nursing (8th edition, pp. 523-533). St Louis, MO: Mosby Elsevier. Used in consultations by R. Alexander: St. Xavier University School of Nursing (Chicago, IL, June 2008); Goodwin College School of Nursing (East Hartford, CT, January 2012; Shepherd University Dept of Nursing Education, Shepherdstown, WV, February, 2012).
Havens, B. & Swenson, I. (1987). Questionnaire: Attitudes Towards Menarche, published in Health Instrument File (HIF) Database, U. Pittsburgh.
Foster, B. (2011, Aug). Nursing Education Innovations. Fifth Annual School of Nursing Faculty Workshop, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Sherwood, G. & Foster, B. (2008, Oct). It takes a team to graduate a nurse: A systems approach to student success. 2008 Annual Meeting, Southern Regional Education Board,
Making It Across the Stage: Admission, Retention and Graduation Challenges, Atlanta, Georgia.
Foster, B. (2008, Oct). Consider a career in nursing education. Annual state meeting, Association of Nursing Students, Raleigh, North Carolina.
Foster, B. (2008, May).Comparison of methods for teaching communication skills to interprofessional students for use in rapidly changing client care situations, Hong Kong Polytechnic Presentation to undergraduate faculty, Hong Kong.
Foster, B. (2008, May). Nursing regulation and accreditation in the United States. Presented at Macau Polytechnic Institute as an open forum for licensed professionals in Macau.
Foster, B., (2005, Feb.) A sharing regarding NCLEX performance. Presented to nursing faculty at East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina.
Foster, B., (1995, September). Tuning in for classroom teaching. Presented at the Sixth Annual Conference on Creating Excellence in Nursing Staff Development, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
Foster, B., (1994, December). The use of distance learning for didactic and clinical methods of teaching from the learner’s perspective. Presented by invitation of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Master’s Education Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
Foster, B., (1992, June). Board of nursing policies toward nurses with physical, mental and substance use impairments. Presented at American Nurses Foundation at American Nurses Association convention, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Foster, B., (1992, May). Distance learning perspectives: A video teleconference. Sponsored by Teach Tech Initiative, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Southern Bell and Northern Telecom.
Foster, B., (1987, June). Imagery Associated with Menstruation in Advertising Targeted to Adolescent Females. Presented at Seventh Conference of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research: Sexuality and the Menstrual Cycle: Clinical and Sociocultural Implications, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Foster, B., (1979, 1981). Loss: Part I, sudden infant death syndrome. Presentation at Queens Medical Center, Tripler Army Medical Center and Hickman Air Force Base, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Foster, B., (1980, Nov.). Loss: A Life Cycle Approach. Program moderator and discussant at Hawaii State Nurses’ Association Convention, Kauai, Hawaii.
Foster, B., (1978, June). Cultural Perspectives and Child-Bearing. Panel Moderator at American Nurses Association National Convention, sponsored by University of Hawaii and Hawaii Nurses’ Association.
Foster, B., (1977, January). New Advances in Perinatal Care. Paper presented at U.S. Naval Regional Medical Center, Carson, California.
Foster, B., (1976, May). Disorders of Sleep and Their Management. Paper presented at Mt. San Antonio College, Los Angeles.
Foster, B., (1976, October). Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Epidemiology, Research, Family Management. Keynote Speaker at California State Association of Emergency Room Nurses, Long Beach, California.
Foster, B., Brown, C., Wagner, J. & O’Sullivan, R. (December, 2012). Measurement of Learning Outcomes in an RN to BSN Program: Instrument Development. Presented at 2012 Baccalaureate Education Conference, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, San Antonio, Texas.
Hill, R. & Foster, B. (June, 2012). Development of a Dedicated Education Unit (DEU) for a Capstone Course. NETNEP 4th International Education Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.
Foster, B., & Hill, R. (2012, May). QSEN Competencies Attained by Utilizing a Dedicated Education Unit Model in a Capstone Course. Poster Presentation, 2012 QSEN National Forum, Tucson, Arizona.
Best, N., Hirst, D. & Foster, B. (2011, June). Integrating EBP and Quality Improvement into a BSN Program. Poster presentation, 2011 Pre-Conference Educators’ EBP Workshop, 2011 Summer Institute on Evidence-Based practice, San Antonio, Texas.
Hirst, D. & Foster, B. (2010, June). Undergraduate Curriculum Mapping: Faculty Interactive Approach Using QSEN Competencies. Poster presentation, 2010 QSEN National Forum, Denver, Colorado.
Hobgood, C., Woodyard, D., Hollar, D., Durham, C., Sawning, S., Frush, K., Maynard, L., Sherwood, G., Foster, B. & Love, H. (2010, January). Using high and low fidelity simulations to teach and practice teamwork and training. International Meeting for Simulation in Health Care, Phoenix, Arizona.
Foster, B. & Bailey, D. (2009, November). Innovative Practica: Integrating the Changing Work World. AACN Baccalaureate Education Conference, Chicago, IL.
Durham, C., Foster, B., Sherwood, G., & Maynard, L. (2009, Sept. 23-26). Interdisciplinary training for patient safety. National League for Nursing Education Summit. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Sherwood, G., Foster, B., Durham, C. & IPSEC Team. (2008, February). A Multi-institutional Study Measuring Educational Interventions for Interdisciplinary Teamwork for Nursing and Medical Students. Poster Presentation, Sigma Theta Tau Research Day, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Foster, B., Moore, K. & Blue, J. (2009, April 23-25). Health & safety compliance for students & faculty using web-based technology. AACN Hot Issues Conference, Salt Lake City, UT.
Oermann, M., Alvarez, M., O’Sullivan, R., Foster, B., & Poole-Dawkins, K. (2009, Feb) Performance, satisfaction, and transition into practice of graduates of accelerated nursing programs Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) 23rd Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.
Foster, B., Sherwood, G., Frush, K., & Hobgood, C. (2008, December 5). Interdisciplinary patient safety team Training with Nursing and Medical Students. American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Baccalaureate Education Conference, San Antonio, Texas.
Moore, K., Blue, J. & Foster, B. (2008, March 25-26). Compliance Challenges: Getting students to do what they need to do. 2008 Annual Meeting, Graduate Nursing Admissions Professionals, Grapevine,TX.
Hollar, D., Hobgood, C., Foster, B, Maynard, L., Robertson, B., and Woodyard, D. (2009, April 13-17). TeamSTEPPS: Interdisciplinary Health Professions Teamwork Training with Multi-Institutional Collaboration. The 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Division I (Education in the Professions), San Diego, CA.
Kaprielian, V., Holtschneider, M., Foster, B., & Hollar, D. (2008, March 17-18). Interdisciplinary Training for the Healthcare Professions. UNC GSK Program, Year 1. Second Annual TeamSTEPPS Consortium Durham, NC: Duke University.
Hollar, D., Hobgood, C., Foster, B., Aleman, M., Sawning, S., (2008, March 24-28). Validation of a New Health Professions Teamwork Attitudes Instrument. The 2008 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York. Recipient of AERA Division I (Education in the Professions) best paper award.
Hollar, D., Hobgood, C., Foster, B., Sawning, S.,Woodyard, J., and Strong, D.(2007, November 2-7). Validation of CHIRP, an Instrument for Assessing Health Professions Teamwork Attitudes .Washington, DC: Association of American Medical Colleges Annual Meeting.
Foster, B., Alexander, R., Woodard, H., Moore, K., Raphael-Grimm. T., & Thompson, D. (2007, September). Partnerships for Recruitment, Involvement, Diversity and Excellence (PRIDE) in Nursing, Symposium presentation at the National League for Nursing Education Summit, Phoenix, AZ.
Foster, B., (2001, Dec). Critical Thinking Portfolio Analysis in a BSN Curriculum. Presentation at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Baccalaureate Education Conference, Washington, D.C.
Foster, B. (1995, Oct). Education Technology: On the Cutting Edge…Changed and Changing. Presentation at the North Carolina Nurses Association Convention, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Foster, B. (1994, Aug). Effects of Interactive Television on Student Learning in a Professional Curriculum. Presentation at the Tenth Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning, Madison, Wisconsin.
Foster, B. (1993, Nov). A University Student Health Service as a Community Health Nursing Clinical Practice Site for Undergraduates. Poster presentation as an “innovative clinical site”. North Carolina Nurses Association Conference, Greensboro, NC.
Foster, B. (1990, Feb). A Content Analysis of Educational Media About Menstruation. Presented at Eastern Educational Research Association’s Annual Conference, Clearwater, Florida.
Foster, B. (1990, Feb). Responses of Schools of Nursing to Physically, Mentally and Substance Impaired Students. Presented at Eastern Educational Research Association’s Annual Conference, Clearwater, Florida.
Foster, B. (1990, Feb). Experiences and Situations Affecting Admission and Retention of Impaired Students in Schools of Nursing. Presented at Eastern Educational Research Association’s Annual Conference, Clearwater, Florida.
Foster, B. (1990, Feb). Responses of Nursing Schools and Nursing Administration Regarding Nurses with Physical and Sensory Impairments. Presented at Eastern Educational Research Association’s Annual Conference, Clearwater, Florida.
Foster, B. (1988-1991, May). Community Health Nurse Certification Review. Presented community assessment and planning at annual conference sponsored by the Curriculum in Public Health Nursing School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.
Foster, B. (1989, May). Community Health Nursing Practice for Students in an Outreach RN- BSN Program in Rural North Carolina. Presented at thirteenth Annual Community Health Nursing Conference, School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.
Foster, B. (1988, March). Utilization of Licensure Criteria, Disciplinary Actions, and Reinstatement Criteria for Impaired Nurses by State Boards of Nursing. Presented at National Annual Conference on Nursing Research, University of Maryland.
As above, at Sixth National Symposium on the Impaired Nurse, Emory University, Atlanta, March, 1988.
As above, at Nursing Research, Hawaii, Honolulu, June, 1988.
As above, at Annual Phyllis Verhonick Nursing Research Conference, U. Virginia School of Nursing, April, 1988.
Foster, B. (1987, April). Menstrual Perceptions and Preparations Among Female Adolescents. Poster Session, Sigma Theta Tau Annual Conference, Chapel Hill, NC.
Foster, B. (1987, April). Nursing Board Responses to Impaired Nurses. Presented at Phyllis Verhonick Nursing Research Conference, School of Nursing, University of Virginia.
Foster, B. (1987, April 9-10). Imagery Associated with Menstruation in Advertising Targeted to Adolescent Females, at Dimensions in Women’s Health Care: Education, Services, Research, University of Texas at Houston.
Foster, B. (1986, August). Menstrual Perceptions and Preparation Among Female Adolescents. Presented at NACOOG National Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
As above, at Annual Research Day Conference, Ohio State School of Nursing, Columbus, Ohio, April, 1986.
As above, at Research in Nursing: Scholars in Action, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga, TN, April, 1986.
Foster, B. (1991). Developing a Vision of Human Services for Orange County. Human Services Advisory Commission; Chair, planning committee and panel moderator, Chapel Hill, NC.
Foster, B. (1986, May). Shaping Clinical Practice in Community Health Nursing, Group leader, sponsored by Dept. of Public Health Nursing, University of N.C., Chapel Hill.
|Role||Title||Total Direct Amount (FTE if available)||Percent Effort||Agency||Dates|
|Member||Evaluating the Outcomes of Nursing Education: Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing||NA||Part of faculty/ administrative role||Duke University Helene Fuld Trust||2007-2008|
|Project steering, logistics and analysis committees||Measuring the Teaching Methods for Interdisciplinary Team Training||$65,000- $180,000||Part of faculty/ administrative role||Glaxo Smith Kline||2006-2008|
|Co- Investigator||Study of State Boards of Nursing Policies Toward Nurses with Physical, Mental and Substance Use Impairments||$2,457||Part of faculty/ administrative role||American Nurses Foundation||1985-1986|
|Co- Investigator||Attitudes About Menarche and Menstruation Among Preadolescents||$5000||Part of faculty/ administrative role||Carolina Population Center||1984|
|Grant recipient||Research and Education in Maternal-Child Care||$500||Part of faculty/ administrative role||March of Dimes Hawaii||1980|
|Director of Nursing Services||Developmental Physiology and the Occurrence of S.I.D.S.||$500,000 per year||Full Time||University of Southern California and University of California at Los Angeles||1972-1976|