Jacobson, Margaret J.
Year Retired from SJSU
University of Southern California, Summer Study in Gerontology, 1976
George Peabody College for Teachers, 1965 Ph.D.
Vanderbilt University, 1958 MSN
Vanderbilt University, 1954 BSN Summa cum laude
Baylor University Hospital, 1940 Diploma
Western New Mexico Univ., Silver City, 1936 Attended
San Jose State University, 1968-1983
University of California, San Francisco, 1967-1968
Stanford University, 1966-1967
Vanderbilt University, 1955-1965
Administrative and Professional Experience
Various nursing positions: head nurse, office mgr. pediatrician, airline stewardess, private duty nursing, field work in public health.
Various consultations on curriculum/research: Clemson, Vanderbilt, Stanford, Fresno State, Univ. New Mexico, Albuquerque.
Distinguished Visitors Committee, Vanderbilt University School of Nursing.
Served on SJSU Academic Senate, many University, School, and Department committees and as an Associate Dean.
Also active in WCHEN (Western Interstate Commission on Higher Education in Nursing), COGEN (Cooperative Graduate Education in Nursing between states) and Sigma Theta Tau, International Honor Society of Nursing.
M. Jacobson, V. Crenshaw, & M. Donaldson. Hassenplug on Nursing, 1920‑1980 Oral history from video-taped interviews. VUSN, 1992.
An Introduction to Community Nursing. In S.E. Archer & R. Fleshman (Eds.) Community Health Nursing: Patterns and Practice. Duxbuiy Press: N. Scituate, MA, 1979.
Qualitative Data as a Potential Source of Theory in Nursing, Image: The Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 1971, 4(1), 12‑14.
Effective & Ineffective Behavior of Teachers of Nursing as Determined by Their Students, Nursing Research, 1966, 15(3), 216‑244.