Doris Hill

PhD, RN , Doctoral (Alumni)

Dr. Hill is currently the Dean of Health Sciences, Wellness & Human Services at North Hennepin Community College located in Brooklyn Park, MN a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Dr. Hill is a Hispanic, professional nurse specializing in the health of ethnic minority populations, violence and mental health. She graduated with a PhD from the University of Minnesota in the spring 2005. Dr. Hill is an appointed member of the National Advisory Council for Nurse Education and Practice, a Higher Learning Commission peer reviewer, program evaluator for the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, and is a member of the Minnesota Alliance for Nursing Education Diversity Committee. Professional membership includes Sigma Theta Tau, American Nurses Association, the Association of PeriOperative Nurses and the National League for Nursing. She has a long standing commitment to the health of minority and marginalized populations, particularly American Indian and Latino population. 


Post Doctorate
University: University of Minnesota, Duluth
Department: School of Medicine – Family Medicine 


Doris Marie Hill GraduationGraduation – Spring 2005
Doris Marie Hill
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy, February 2005
Major: Nursing Minor: Educational Psychology
Advisers: DrPH Felicia Schanche Hodge and Dr. Roxanne Struthers
Dissertation title: Sense of Belonging as Connectedness to Selected Areas of Health and Traditional Practices in American Indians

Post Doctoral Fellowship
Doris Marie Hill
University: University of Minnesota, Duluth
Department: School of Medicine-Family Medicine
Mentor: Dr. Barbara Elliott

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