PhD (Educational Leadership in E-Learning/Simulation), Touro University
MSN (Child and Family Nursing), Vanderbilt University
BS (Nursing), Belmont University
AD (Nursing), Samford University
Beth joined the faculty as a full time instructor in August of 1996. From 1996 to 2006 she taught undergraduate Child and Family Nursing in both the didactic and clinical setting.
In 2007 she moved into the role of Lab Coordinator managing and developing the simulation labs at Belmont. As the simulation program at Belmont has evolved Dr. Hallmark’s responsibilities moved from one of lab coordinator to the Director of Simulation. In this role she provides support within the College of Health Sciences and Nursing for simulation education, technology support and simulation development.