Meg Landfried, MPH

Lecturer Department of Health Behavior
MPH Program Manager Department of Health Behavior

T:(919) 966-0057

landfried@unc.edu

358B Rosenau Hall

CB# 7440

Chapel Hill, NC 27599

USA

Meg Landfried works with the MPH program director and Masters Advisory Committee (MAC) in the Department of Health Behavior to manage the MPH program. She directs the practicum and Capstone programs and teaches the courses associated with those field-training requirements. Ms. Landfried is the coordinator for MPH/MCRP dual-degree program that brings together Health Behavior and City and Regional Planning and advises all dual-degree students. Her work centers around preparing students for their careers in public health through community-engaged scholarship.

Representative Courses

Capstone I, HBEH 746 | Syllabus

Capstone II, HBEH 992 | Syllabus

Professional Development Part I HBEH 703 | Syllabus

Research Activities
Community engagement and culturally relevant interventions
Staff/Administrative Duties

MPH Program management

Assists with efforts to revise, maintain and evaluate the curriculum content and course requirements of the MPH Program

Manages Capstone projects

Manages MPH practicum program

Participates in MPH student enrollment management

Education

MPH, Health Behavior and Health Education, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2008