PhD, PHNA-BC, RN-BC, ANEF
Nursing Building Office
office phone: (210) 823-5093
Institution and Location
Field of Study
Illinois Wesleyan University--Bloomington, IL
Tulane University--New Orleans, LA
UTHSC-San Antonio--San Antonio, TX
New Mexico State University--
Las Cruces, NM
15 graduate credits
Community Health Nursing & Nursing Administration
Curriculum & Instruction
El Paso Community College (EPCC) - Instructor
University of Texas- El Paso- Assistant Professor
New Mexico State –Associate & Full Professor
Nursing Fundamentals- El Paso Community College
University of Texas –El Paso
Community Mental Health Nursing- Graduate Level- New Mexico State University
Public/Community Health Nursing-Graduate Level- New Mexico State University
Health Promotion for MSN Program- New Mexico State University
Nursing Theory for MSN & PhD Program- New Mexico State University
Guest Lectures- Nursing Administration, Research & Community Health Nursing Courses- NMSU
Guest Lecture- Cultural Competence for Physical Therapy Students- University of Texas- El Paso
Academic Curriculum Development
Border Health Didactic & Clinical Courses – El Paso Community College
Graduate Community Health Nursing Curriculum with Environmental Focus- UTEP
BSN Completion Option via compressed schedule, interactive TV, & local liaisons- NMSU
Nursing Education Graduate Sequence- updated courses with increased emphasis on measurement/evaluation and teaching with technology-NMSU
Graduate Psychiatric/Mental Health with addictions component curriculum - NMSU with Dr. L. Robbins
Accelerated Second Degree BSN Option –NMSU with Dr. A. Mann
PhD in Nursing –NMSU in collaboration with the College of Nursing, University of New Mexico (Dr. Karen Carlson) and at NMSU Drs. Borges, Hurst, & Schultz
DNP-NMSU in collaboration with Dr. L Robbins & Dr. W Borges-NMSU
BSN Completion Option from hybrid (ITV with WebCT to total WebCT) –NMSU
Post BSN to DNP Family Nurse Practitioner in collaboration with Drs. L. Munoz & E. Pines- UIW
Post BSN to DNP Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner lead by Drs. E. Pines & M. Rauschhuber
Health Disparities, Health Promotion, Nursing Education, Public Health Workforce.
Scholarly Activities- Sample
Hoke, M. & Panzini-Rosenthal. (2012). Public health nursing: Promoting health of populations. Imprint.
Patchell, B.A, Robbins, L.K., Lowe, J. & Hoke, M. M. (2012). Circular Model of Cultural Tailoring: An Intervention Adaption. Journal of Theory Construction & Testing, 16 (2), 45-51.
Robbins, L. K., & Hoke, M. M. (2013). RN to BSN Culture of Success Model: Promoting student achievement at a Hispanic-serving institution. Journal of Professional Nursing, 29 (1), 21-29.
Patchell, B.A., Robbins, L. K., Lowe, J., & Hoke, M. M. (2015). The effect of a culturally tailored substance abuse prevention intervention with Plains Indian adolescents. Journal of Cultural Diversity: An Interdisciplinary Journal. March/Spring Issue.
Dols, J. D., Hoke, M. M., & Rauschhuber, M.L. (2017). Mock institutional review board: Promoting analytical and reasoning skills in Research Ethics. Nurse Educator, 42 (6),E4-E8.
External Funding (Sample)
2002-2010 Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources and Services Administration. “Southern New Mexico RN to BSN Expansion Initiative. Director. Funded: $1,242,010 (2002-2006) & $1,214,333 (2006-2010)
Notation: This grant used a compressed scheduling format, with WebCT, interactive TV, and local faculty liaisons to take BSN Completion education from Main Campus to 3 community college sites throughout Southern New Mexico. Each cohort of students completed nursing course work within a 12-month period. Second funding continued project with extension to other sites in New Mexico.
2002-2008 National Institute of Health, National Institute for Nursing & Office of Minority Health. P-20: “Southwest Center: Partners in Health Disparities Research (SWPC).” Principal Investigator: Funded: $777,514
Notation: One of eight partnerships funded to increase infrastructure to support health disparities research and development of minority nursing researchers. Focus for this partnership between School of Nursing, The University of Texas-Austin and Department of Nursing, New Mexico State University is rural Hispanic and American Indian populations.
2004-2008 Department of Health & Human Services, Health Resources Service Administration “Mental Health Improvement Via Nursing Distance Education: MIND.” Director. Funded: $ 1,091,329
Notation: Focus is on education of dual psychiatric/mental health (PMH) nurse practitioners/clinical nurse specialist with competence in PMH and addictions using a distance education model that requires limited time on campus, local preceptors, and facilitates cultural competence.
American Nurses Association, Texas Nurses Association District 1 Member, Treasurer (1999-2005), State Delegate (1998-1999) & then New Mexico Nurses Association through 2012 & Texas Nurses Association in 2013-present
American Organization of Nurse Executives (Southwest Texas Chapter-STONE)
American Public Health Association
Association of Community Health Nursing Educators. Member-Annual Conference Planning Committee (2003, 2005-2007 &2013-201414, Chair 2011-2013); Member- CHN Faculty Qualifications Task Force (2007-2009); Member &Chair (2010-2011) - Nominating Committee (2009-2011); Member-Communications Committee (2009-2011); Vice-President (2011-2013)
Association of Military Surgeons of United States
Eta Sigma Gamma (Professional Health Education Honorary) inducted 2001
National League for Nursing
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing: Pi Omega Chapter (2001-2012) & Delta Alpha Chapter (1985-present)
Society for Public Health Education & Paso del Norte SOPHE Chapter, Chapter President (2001-2002) Past President (2002-2003) Member 2003 Mid-Year Scientific Conference Local Planning Committee
American Association of Colleges of Nurses (2001-2006; 2012- present): Member BSN Conference Planning Committee (2004-2005); Governmental Affairs Committee (Oct 04-Mar 07); Grass Roots Liaison for New Mexico (2004-2006); Grass Roots Liaison- Texas (2014-2017); Diversity Committee (2017-present)
Texas Organization of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Education-(2012-present)-Member
Texas Association of Deans & Directors of Professional Nursing Programs (2012-present)-Member
Wharton Executive Leadership Fellow
2011 Academy of Nursing Education Fellow
2008 Nominated, selected and trained as Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Site Evaluator
2007 Distance Education Award for Excellence (RN to BSN Distance Initiative)- American Distance Education Consortium
2007 Center for Health Promotion Research (CHPR) Research Fellowship (University of Texas- Austin School of Nursing)
2003 Selected to attend AACN Leadership for Academic Nursing Programs funded by the Helene Fuld Health Trust, HSBC, Trustee (Completed Oct 2003)
1999 Mentor for National Organization of Nurse Practitioner Faculties (NONPF)/Helene Fuld Faculty–to-Faculty Mentoring Program in Community Health
1998 Friend of the National Institute for Nursing Research Ada Sue Hinshaw Nurse Scholar
1994 United States Army - Legion of Merit (last military award with others including but not limited to Army Achievement, Meritorious Service medals).
1983 Marilyn Willman Scholarship-University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
1980 Giessen Military Community Federal Woman of the Year-Military Category