ANNA D. WOLF PROFESSORSHIP
Established in 1993 by nursing alumni, family, and friends in memory of Anna D. Wolf

ANNA D. WOLF, Nurs 1915, who directed the nursing school from 1940 until 1955, was a trailblazer not only at Hopkins but around the world. She organized the School of Nursing at the Peking Union Medical College in China, laid the foundation for the baccalaureate nursing program at Cornell University, and organized the all-graduate nursing service at the University of Chicago. In 1940 she returned to Hopkins to serve as superintendent. Ms. Wolf, who died in 1985, is remembered most for her commitment to the advancement of nursing education based on a belief in the importance of nursing as a great human service.

 

Image Credit: Michael McGovern JACQUELYN C. CAMPBELL, PhD, RN, is the Anna D. Wolf Professor and associate dean for faculty affairs at the School of Nursing, with a joint appointment at the Bloomberg School of Public Health. Dr. Campbell has been conducting advocacy policy work and research in the area of domestic violence since 1980. An elected member of the Institute of Medicine and the American Academy of Nursing, she serves on the boards of the Family Violence Prevention Fund and the House of Ruth Battered Women's Shelter. Dr. Campbell served as a member of the Congressionally appointed U.S. Department of Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence and in 2005 was the recepient of the American Society of Criminology Vollmer Award. She joined the Hopkins faculty in 1993.