Mary Elizabeth Carnegie Papers
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- 1962 - 1984
- Carnegie, Mary Elizabeth (Person)
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Carnegie's professional achievements include: serving as dean of the school of nursing at Florida A and M University; becoming the first black nurse appointed to the board of the Florida Nurses Association; editing the American Journal of Nursing for 35 years; authoring the award-winning book The Path We Tread: Blacks in Nursing Worldwide; initiating the baccalaureate nursing program at Hampton University; serving as president of the American Academy of Nursing; and receiving eight honorary doctorates in addition to numerous professional awards.
Dr. Carnegie taught as a visiting professor at institutions including the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
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