Congratulations to these students who were recognized at the annual Health Behavior Student Awards Celebration on May 8, 2018. Many of the awards were presented by alumni who had previously received the awards. Departmental student awards Harriet Hylton Barr Memorial Scholarship – Joanna Ramirez Dorothy Fay Dunn Scholarship – Erika Redding Kathryn J. Kerr Memorial... Read more »
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Melonie Clarke, MSEd, who joined the Department of Health Behavior as academic coordinator in May, has extensive experience advising students and managing graduate student services. She earned a bachelor’s degree with honors in English from SUNY Albany and a MSEd in counseling from CUNY Brooklyn College.
If you are interested in Jamaican food, ask Belinda-Rose Young. If you are concerned about sexual violence, ask her what she is learning about the policies and practices that make it so prevalent. Young, a Tampa-native, spent time in Jamaica, where she has family ties, between completing an MSPH degree at the University of South... Read more »
We update the Department of Health Behavior web site frequently. Alumni will find information about how to find each other and updates on the Health Behavior Alumni page. We have also added an Alumni Connections box near the bottom of our home page.
August 15, 2017 Dr. Allison E. Myers, alumna and adjunct assistant professor of health behavior, has been named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Health Policy Fellow. The fellowship will allow Myers to work in Washington, D.C., for a one-year period beginning Sept. 1 and to participate in federal policy processes.