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Jacqueline Sharpe

  • Jacqueline Sharpe
  • Senior Lecturer
  • Community & Environmental Health
  • 3132 Health Sciences Bldg
  • Norfolk, VA 23529
  • 757-683-6180
  • jsharpe@odu.edu
  • Retired military veteran of near 30 years who has been teaching in academia for the past five years.
  • Education

    Old Dominion University, 1997
    Major: Urban Studies-Health Services/ Multicultural Education
    Degree: Ph. D.
    University of Maryland, 1982
    Major: Nursing/ Education
    Degree: M.S.
    Winston Salem State University, 1971
    Major: Nursing/ Education
    Degree: B.S.
  • Research Interests

    HIV/AIDS Health promotion disaster preparedness
  • Licensures and Certifications

    NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR HEALTH EDUCATION CREDENTIALING, INC.
    Sponsoring Organization: CHES
    Date Obtained: 2007-11-28
    Expiration Date: 2013-09-30
    RN
    Sponsoring Organization: VIRGINIA
    Date Obtained: 1971-07-31
    Expiration Date: 2013-07-31
  • Community Service Award
  • Listed in Who's Whos in Nursing 1990-1991 Edition
  • 2013: 2013 'Outstanding' Excellence in Teaching Award, COHS
  • 2013: Epsilon Theta of Eta Sigma Gamma
  • 2012: Most Inspirational Faculty of the College of Health Sciences
  • 2010: Upsilon Phi Delta
  • 2010: College of Health Science Excellence in Teaching Award, College of Health Sciences
  • 2007: Certified Health Education Specialist
  • 2005: Greater Hampton Roads HIV/AIDS, Mayor Paul D. Fraim
  • 2005: Letter of Appreciation
  • 2005: , Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers, Life Membership
  • 2005: Certificate of Achievment, Suffolk Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
  • 2004: Certificate of Achievment
  • 2004: Distinguished Service, Virginia Congress of Parents and Teachers
  • 2003: Volunteer of the Year 2003, John-Yeates Middle School
  • 2003: Certificate of Appreciation
  • 2003: Certificate of Appreciation, John-Yeates Middle School
  • 2001: Grand Chapter Recognition, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
  • 1998: Outstanding Accomplishments, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Virgina
  • 1998: Navy Mertorious Service Medal , President of the United States
  • 1997: First African American Nurse Corps Officer in the US Navy to be awarded a PhD Degree, United States Navy
  • 1995: Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
  • 1992: Listed in the 2,00 Notable American Women, 5th Edition 1992
  • 1992: Tenth African American Nurse to be Promoted to Captain (06), United States Navy
  • 1992: Navy Meritorious Servuice Medal, the President of the United States
  • 1991: Navy Commendation Medal, United States Navy
  • 1988: Sercretary of the Navy, the Navy Commendation Medal, United States Navy
  • 1988: Medical Service Corps Subspecialty Code 1806D
  • 1985: Secretary of the Navy, the Navy Commendation Medal, United States Navy
  • 1982: Inducted in the Sigma Theat Tau, International Nursing Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau
  • 1973: Letter of Appreciation, United States Navy Nurse Corps