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Elizabeth Dianne Greenhill, American nursing educator. Recipient Golden Apple Teaching award, University Tennessee, 1978, 1992, 1994, 1995.


Greenhill, Elizabeth Dianne was born on May 6, 1940 in Tupelo, Mississippi, United States. Daughter of William I. and Emma Lee (Belk) Greenhill.


Bachelor of science in nursing, University Tennessee, Memphis, 1962. Master of Science, University North Carolina, 1965. Educational Specialist, University Tennessee, 1973.

Doctor of Education, Memphis State University, 1976.


Faculty member University Tennessee College Nursing, Memphis, 1965—1971. Director nursing Memphis and Shelby County Health Department, 1971—1974. Associate professor University Tennessee College Nursing, Memphis, 1976—1978, professor community health nursing, since 1978, department chairman, 1976—1981, interim dean college, 1981—1982, associate dean, 1983—1992.

Adjunct graduate faculty Memphis State University, 1984—1990. Served to colonel Nurse Corps United States Army Reserve, since 1978.


Local church is the fundamental unit of mission in denominational life.


Represented in Baptist churches are equally diverse worship styles, cultural mores and approaches to Scriptural interpretation. The resulting challenges and opportunities have made the believers stronger —through fellowship, respect, mutual support and dialog, all based on a belief that unity in Christ involves growth and understanding.


The supportive small group inside the Church is the most powerful tool for people to feel that they belong and to learn and grow.


Board directors Josephine Lewis Senior Citizens Center, 1980—1982. Member Early Childhood Development Health Advisory Committee, 1974—1994. Project director grant on primary care of aged in nursing curriculum United States Public Health Service, 1980—1983.

Member of American Public Health Association, American Nurses Association, University Tennessee National Alumni Association (director 1982-1984), Reserve Officers Association, Association Military Surgeons United States, Association Community Health Nurse Educators (board directors 1990-1993, secretary since 1994), National League Nursing, Tennessee Nurses Association (treasurer 1980-1984), Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Theta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi.