Stories tagged with: health-studies
September 28, 2020
Meet IHS adjunct faculty Heather Duval-Foote. Heather is currently teaching IHS 3020 Survey of Human Disease and will be teaching IHS 2112 Introduction to Interprofessional Education and Practice in Health Care and IHS 2220 Cultural Competency in Interprofessional Healthcare in the second session of fall semester, which begins October 19.
September 8, 2020
CHSP Dean Randy Leite provides insight into what OHIO's Phase 2 announcement means for students within the College of Health Sciences and Professions.
August 21, 2020
Kay-Anne has taught or facilitated several IHS courses for the Global Health programs, including IHS 2190 Introduction to Immigrant and Migrant Health, IHS 2210 Introduction to Global Health and IHS 6190 Global Migration Health of Displaced Peoples; she is teaching IHS 5210 Fundamentals of Global Health for the first time later this fall.
June 30, 2020
Meet IHS adjunct faculty member, Elizabeth (Bettie) Bow. Bettie previously taught in the public-school system for twenty-five plus years. Currently, she teaches IHS 3700J, this class is intended for juniors or seniors.
June 10, 2020
The Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies would like to congratulate the 2020 IHS outstanding undergraduate student, Lori Wike. Lori recently completed the Bachelor of Integrated Healthcare Studies degree via eCampus. Learn more about Wike here.
May 19, 2020
Lisa Averion is currently an IHS adjunct faculty member. She teaches IHS 3700J: Writing in Health Sciences & Professions, IHS 3600 Interpretations of Health and Medicine Through Literature and IHS 4447: Critical Thinking and Reasoning in Clinical Problem Solving. These courses are offered online via Athens Online and eCampus. Click here to learn more about Lisa.
May 1, 2020
Meet Interdisciplinary Health Studies senior, Amani Burke. Burke is also a member of the Ohio University women’s basketball team.
April 17, 2020
Assistant Professor of Instruction Dr. Tiffany Arnold is currently teaching IHS 2230: Introduction to Appalachian Studies. This course provides an introduction to the Appalachian region, including historical, cultural and contemporary context and issues experienced by those who live in the region, and an examination of stereotypes associated with Appalachia.
April 2, 2020
Liz Wears is currently a senior in the Interdisciplinary Health Studies program. She plans to pursue a Master of Social Work program in the fall.
March 16, 2020
Dr. Michael Jessee Adkins currently teaches Graduate Veterans Health certificate courses as an adjunct instructor for the Department of Interdisciplinary Health Studies. The Graduate Veterans Health certificate provides students and/or post-professional health and healthcare workers with a background in advanced and specific knowledge for work with veterans in health and healthcare settings.