Emily J Youatt, PhD, MPH
- Assistant Dean, Student Engagement and Practice
- Director, Undergraduate Education
- Clinical Associate Professor, Health Behavior and Health Education
Dr. Youatt's academic career focuses on the scholarship and practice of teaching and learning in public health. With a primary emphasis on undergraduate education, her work target program development, curriculum design, and elevating the role of research-based pedagogical practices in public health education. Dr. Youatt spent her early research career focusing on sexual minority and women's health.
- PhD, University of Michigan, 2016
- MPH, University of Michigan, 2010
- BA, University of Kentucky, 2005
- program development
- scholarship of teaching and learning
- teaching pedagogy
- undergraduate education
- experiential learning
- public health workforce
Beck AJ, Youatt, EJ. Public health workforce and education in the United States (2021). In: Holsing JW ML and Scutchfield D (Eds.), Contemporary Public Health: Principles, Practice, and Policy. 2nd edition. University of Kentucky Press.
Anderson, OS, Youatt, EJ, Power, L, and August, E. (2021). Clinical-Track Faculty: Making Them Count in Public Health Education. American Journal of Public Health, 111(1), 30-32.
Godley, S., Aumiller, B., Horigian, V., Khalil, N., Kruger, J., Pennel, C., Youatt, E., and Kiviniemi, M. T. (2020). Evidence-Based Educational Practices for Public Health: How We Teach Matters. Pedagogy in Health Promotion. Online First.
Anderson, OS, August, E, Goldberg, PK, Beck, Youatt, EJ, Beck, AJ (2019). Developing a Framework for Population Health in Interprofessional Training: An Interprofessional Education Module. Frontiers in Public Health 21 (7):58.
Areas of Expertise: LGBT Health