Faye Hummel, PhD, RN, CTN

Director / Professor

Gunter Hall 3210
School of Nursing
College of Natural and Health Sciences
University of Northern Colorado
Greeley Colorado, 80639
(970) 351-1697
(970) 351-1707 FAX


  • 1996 PhD Colorado State University Sociology
  • 1985 MS University of Colorado Community Health Health Sciences Center Nursing
  • 1982 BSN Metropolitan State Nursing College
  • 1976 AD Community College Nursing of Denver

Dr. Faye Hummel is a Professor of Nursing and a member of the Graduate Faculty with Doctoral Research Endorsement. She holds a masters degree in Community Health Nursing and a doctorate in Sociology with an emphasis on policy development, social problems and social change. She is certified in Transcultural Nursing. Dr. Hummel teaches Public Health Nursing theory and clinical in the undergraduate program, nursing leadership and issues as well as transcultural nursing in the masters program, and vulnerable and underserved populations in the doctoral program. Dr. Hummel is a visiting professor in Vietnam during the summers and provides ongoing consultation to Vietnamese nursing leaders. She has been chosen by students in the Mortar Board as a Favorite Professor. Dr. Hummel’s research interests include issues with vulnerable and underserved population and global health issues.

Vita Faye Hummel