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Faye Gary-Harris, American nursing educator. National Institute of Mental Health grantee, 1986-1989; fellow W.K. Kellog Foundation, 1987-1990, American Council Education, 1983-1984, American Academy Nursing, since 1979; recipient Community Service award Ocala, 1977, 78.


Gary-Harris, Faye was born on June 3, 1943 in Ocala, Florida, United States. Daughter of Homer and Ollie (Colden) Gary.


Bachelor of Science, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, 1964. Master of Science with honors, St. Xavier College, Chicago, 1966. Doctor of Education, University Fal., 1973.


Postdoctoral fellow Georgetown University, Washington, 1984. Staff nurse medical/surgical Intensive Care Unit, emergency code nurse Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, New York, 1963. Coordinator multidisciplinary health team City and County of San Francisco, 1967-1968.

Clinical nurse specialist Medical College Virginia, Richmond, 1068. Instructor psychiatric nursing undergraduate program University Florida, Gainesville, 1968-1969, associate professor psychiatric and mental health nursing, 1975-1980, professor, since 1980. Co-director rehabilitation and work evaluation program Vocational Rehabilitation of Florida and Santa Fe Community College, 1969-1972.

Counselor Santa Fe Community College, 1972-1975. Guest lecturer University California-San Francisco, 1967-1968. School health nurse St. Xavier College, 1964-1966.

Consultant, lecturer, presenter in field. Expert witness in child abuse cases Levy County Courthouse, Bronson, Florida.


Member American Nurses Association (national chair cabinet in human rights 1986-1988, national chair council of specialists in psychiatric and mental health nursing 1978-1982), American Indian and Alaskan Native National Nurses' Association, American Association of University Professors, Florida Nurses Association, Marion County Nurses' Association, Council Exceptional Children, Council Specialists in Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing, Concerned Citizens for Higher Education, Altrusa, Sigma Theta Tau, Delta Sigma Theta.


4 children.