Victoria Haynes

Victoria Haynes

Professor of Nursing
Coordinator of Diversity & Cultural Competency

DNP; 2009, BSN; 2003, MSN; 2005, BSN; 2003

Multicultural Education-Post Graduate Certificate; 2013

We are all children of Christ and at MNU we work together to provide not only education but a spiritual foundation that will stay with our students for a lifetime.

Victoria Haynes
  • Awards & Honors
    • Appointed Commissioner of the Olathe Human Relations Commission by Olathe Mayor Copeland, January 2020
    • 2016 Kansas State Nurses Association Clinical Writing Award
    • 2016 ATHENA Young Professional Leadership Award nominee, Kansas City Chamber of Commerce
    • Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Member, Inducted March 2010
    • Golden Key National Honor Society Member since 2009
    • Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing, Inducted April 2003
    • Research College of Nursing Honor Society, Inducted, April 2005
    • National Deans List 2001-2002
  • Publications

    Haynes V. (2018). The impact of a teaching activity on cultural competence knowledge. International Journal of Nursing & Clinical Practices. 5:302, doi.org/10.15344/2394-4978/2018/302

    Haynes V. (2016). The road to cultural competency: Are we there yet? Kansas Nurse. 91, (1), 11-14.

  • Presentations
    • Presenter at the 5th Annual Hope Walk, Olathe, Kansas-July 11, 2020
    • Moderator for Johnson County NAACP and Johnson County Law Enforcement Townhall meeting- June 25, 2020
    • Presenter at City of Olathe’s Annual MLK Celebration-January 2018, January 2019, January 2020
    • Presenter at the 44th Annual Transcultural Nursing Conference, The Impact of a Teaching Intervention on Cultural Competence Knowledge-Oct 2018
    • Presenter at the 43rd Annual Transcultural Nursing Conference Presenter with the Kansas Action Coalition, Building a Culturally Competent Workforce-Oct 2017
    • Panel Participant at MidAmerica Nazarene University MLK Week Growing Chapel Panel, January 2018
    • Presenter at MidAmerica Nazarene University 7 x 7 Faculty Development Presentation, the road to cultural competency: Are we there yet? April 2016
    • Expert Guest Speaker for KPRS Generation Rap to promote awareness on Tourette Syndrome- Feb 2016
    • Presenter at the Kansas State Nurses Association Annual Membership Assembly-The Road to Cultural Competency: Are We There Yet? -Oct 2015
    • Presenter at Ameen Zebedee Collins Jr. Foundation 2nd Annual RIP the Runway Event, RSV Awareness, Uptown Theatre, Kansas City MO, January 29, 2012
    • Presenter at University of Missouri-Kansas City Women of Color Conference, Healthy Habits for Teens, KCMO, 2012
    • Presenter at Ameen Zebedee Collins Jr. Foundation Health Symposium, Respiratory Syncytial Virus, Kansas City MO, March 13, 2010
    • Presenter at Ameen Zebedee Collins Jr. Foundation Rip the Runway Event, RSV Awareness, KCMO, 2010
  • Involvement at MNU
    • Coordinator of Diversity & Cultural Competency
    • Chair-Diversity Advisory Council
    • Facilitator, Cultural Competencies in the Classroom Faculty Learning Community
    • Foundations of Excellence All Students Dimension Committee
    • Faculty Affairs Committee
    • MSN Curriculum & Outcomes Committee
    • MSN Program Committee
    • SONHS Department Committee
    • Faculty Assembly
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