Dr. Arlene J. Montgomery Dr. Arlene J. Montgomery Professor and Interim Dean Location:William Freeman Hall, 110 Phone:757-727-5654 Expertise:Nursing

Dr. Arlene J. Jackson Montgomery, RN (Endowed Professor of Nursing and Director, Ph.D. Program), is a graduate of Hampton Institute (University), Hampton, Virginia, where she received the Bachelor of Science in nursing in 1979. In addition, she received the Master of Science in Nursing with concentrations in education and administration from Hampton University in 1984; Doctor of Philosophy in urban studies with concentrations in education and health administration from Old Dominion University, Norfolk, Virginia, in 1994; and a diploma in strategy and policy from the Naval War College, Newport, Rhode Island, in 2002. Dr. Montgomery is a Colonel (Retired) in the United States Army Reserve Nurse Corps, where her last assignment was Chief Nurse of a Field Hospital. At Hampton University, she has held the positions of the chairperson of the Departments of Undergraduate and Graduate Nursing Education, assistant dean for Academic Affairs, Director of the Nursing Administration Track, administrator of the Nursing Center and Health Mobile, Interim Dean, and past Dean of the School of Nursing. Dr. Montgomery has had numerous publications and continuous grant funding since 2005.