Alumni Hall of Fame

Criteria

Established in 1986, induction into this Hall of Fame is meant to:

Formally recognize alumni who have made significant contributions to the nursing discipline in the areas of practice, research or education

Proposed Criteria:

  • The nominee must be a registered nurse who graduated from the Baccalaureate and/or Master degree nursing programs at Hampton University at least 10 years prior to induction
  • The nominee must have made significant contributions to the nursing discipline in the area of either practice, research, or education
  • The nominee’s contributions and accomplishments must have been of national or international significance to the nursing profession.
  • The nominee must have acted as a role model to promote collegial relationships among individuals and groups to improve the quality of professional practice.
  • The nominee must have contributed to the improvement of quality patient care.
  • The nominee must have significant contributions in the following areas: community affairs, recognition by peers, nursing organization activities, ability to work with others, and an innovative outlook related to nursing and health care.

Honor

A framed and matted photo of inductee is placed on a wall plaque to be housed and displayed at the Hampton University School of Nursing.

Recipients

Name

Class

Inducted

Lois Price Spratlen

1954

2014

Jacqueline Brunson Shillings

1955

1994

Dorothy Lewis Powell

1968

1994

Shirley Sullivan Hall

1968

1994

Antoinette Davis Langford

1964

1993

Defloris (Dee) Baldwin

1974

1992

Emma Felder

1951

1991

Frances Carter Barge

1956

1990

Sallie Tucker-Allen

1959

1989

Loretta Elaine Sweet

1978

1988

Costella Moore Franklin

1953

1987

Juanita Wilson Fleming

1957

1987