Jill Dapremont, Ed.D, RN
Associate Professor, Director RN-BSN program
Jill Augustus Dapremont RN, Ed.D, completed her dissertation entitled "EXPERIENCES OF SUCCESSFUL AFRICAN-AMERICAN GRADUATES IN DEGREE NURSING PROGRAMS IN THE SOUTHERN STATES" and will use this topic to build on further research.
White-Means, S., Muriel, R., Dapremont, J., Barbara Davis, & Judy Martin, (2015). African American Women: Surviving Breast Cancer Mortality against the Highest Odds. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, doi:10.3390/ijerph120x0000x.
Dapremont, J. (2014). Evidence based strategies that supported Black nursing graduates success. Nursing Education Perspective.
Dapremont, J. (2013). A Review of Minority Recruitment and Retention Models Implemented in Undergraduate Nursing Programs. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, (3)1, 112-119.
Dapremont, J., Lee, S. (2013). Partnering To Educate: Dedicated Education Units. Nurse Education in Practice, doi: 10.1016/j.nepr.2013.02.015.
Lee, S., Dapremont, J., & Sasser, J. (2011). Nursing student's perception of class size and its impact on test performance: A pilot study. Journal of Nursing Education, (50)12, 715-718. doi: 10.3928/01484834-20111017-05.
Dr. Dapremont is the Director of the RN-BSN program. Her responsibilities include managing the RN online program by designing flexible options, seeking innovative teaching strategies for online learners and working with faculty who teach in the RN program. These responsibilities are accomplished by interfacing with the Associate Dean for Academic Programs, Assistant Dean for Students, and other Directors. She teaches courses in the RN-BSN program and RODP online graduate program. Her Advanced Psychiatric Nursing course is one she designed and developed.
Dr. Dapremont serves on several LCON committees; Dean's Leadership team, Chair's the Tenure and Promotion, Graduate council and a host of others. Dr. Dapremont also serves as a member of the University's Faculty Senate representing LCON and Chair's the Committee of Committee. Additional roles of service include Outgoing President of Sigma Theta Tau, Beta Theta At-Large, the nursing honor society, and TNA District 1 officer on the board 2016 nominating committee.
Dr. Dapremont has two adult children. She enjoys playing league tennis, watching NFL football and USTA tennis. Other hobbies include traveling and cooking.