- M.S., Organizational Leadership and Education, Warner Pacific, Portland, OR
- B.A., Management, George Fox University, Newberg, OR
- A.D.N., Umpqua Community College, Roseburg, OR
- Special Bible Certificate, Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, IL
Associate Professor of Nursing
Associate Director of Nursing
Donell Campbell uses her love of learning to teach and mentor B.S.N. students from their very first nursing course to their final transition to independent practice as new graduates. Her courses include: Nursing First Year Seminar, Introduction to Professional Practice, Management and Leadership in Nursing, and Community / Public Health Nursing. She infuses her classes with discussions related to culture and diversity, uses case studies, application and integration activities, as well as inclusion of current events and trends within healthcare and nursing research to teach course content. Campbell also teaches internationally on topics related to Communication, Conflict Navigation, Team Building, Self-Care, Resilience and Burnout and has presented and published the findings from related research. Other research and study interests include: the development of professionalism in nursing students, utilization of peer mentors in the skills lab setting, and international and volunteer service as burnout prevention.