Teaching

Sue Coloe

Forward Thinking: An Extraordinary Teacher Taps into Student Passion as She Helps Prepare Them for Careers in Public Health

Suzanne Cole

Suzanne Cole absorbs the energy and optimism of public health students and shares it right back with them, consistently creating an environment of positive energy in the classroom. She encourages students to consider how course materials connect to professional goals, sharpening both their intellectual curiosity and their passion for population health. Read more

Carl Marrs

That Idea Stinks: Trust, Honesty, and the Importance of Team Science in Preventing Disease

Carl F. Marrs

Team science requires a lot of grit, says epidemiologist Carl Marrs. Collaborators have to trust each other enough to be straightforward and honest about their projects. Straight truth isn’t always easy on our emotions, but it is good for science. Science is a challenging endeavor, and the incredible teamwork led by Marrs and others means better health for all of us. Read more

Sharon Kardia

Living on the Growth Edge: New Frontiers for an Experienced Leader

Sharon L. R. Kardia

In her newly appointed role as Associate Dean for Education, Sharon Kardia prepares to take on innovative programs and practices with the trademark tenacity and enthusiasm she's become known for across the School of Public Health over the past two decades. Read more

Kate Wilhelmi

Supporting Education and Promoting Wellness

Kate Wilhelmi

Kate Wilhelmi started her career in working with students as an educator. Now she’s empowering students on their journeys in public health, and helping them stay fit along the way. Read more