Sherry Lin, PhD, an instructional assistant professor at Texas A&M University School of Public Health,…
Lisa Haddad joins Texas A&M Dec. 1
Haddad earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Master of Science in Health Care Administration from California College of Health Science and PhD in nursing from the University of Tennessee.
Most recently, Haddad served as associate dean for graduate programs at the East Tennessee State University (ETSU) College of Nursing. At ETSU, she held roles as special assistant to the interim dean, interim associate dean for the Center for Nursing Research and interim director of the PhD Program. Haddad is a former emergency and critical care nurse.
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