Moses Goldmon, EdD

Adjunct Assistant Professor Department of Health Behavior
Executive Vice President and Chaplain Lane College
Teaching Interests

- Health promotion
- Disease prevention
- Health disparities
- Faith and health
- Community engagement

Research Activities

Interests:
- Health behavior
- Minority health
- Obesity
- Public health leadership
- Health disparities
- Community engagement

Activities:
- Experienced health disparities researcher with keen awareness of the challenges and rewards of developing and sustaining multidisciplinary collaborations
- Independent and collaborative health disparities research projects and interventions
- Mentors and advises graduate and postdoctoral students
- Reviews federal, state and local grant proposals; serves as peer reviewer for professional journals
- Published in many peer-reviewed journals

Staff/Administrative Duties

For the Department of Health Behavior:
- Adviser on special projects
- Classroom and continuing education lectures
- Faculty research collaboration
- Dissertation committee member
- Informal research advice and technical assistance

Education

EdD, Health Education, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, 1991

MS, Physical Education (Sport Administration), Iowa State University, 1987