Understanding the complexities of population health, for positive societal impact.
- Health professions
- Employee of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, World Health Organization or state or local health department
- Community health planner
- Health communicator
- Research scientist
- Health programs coordinator
- Nonprofit worker
PETER GORMAN ’18
Global health major, communication minor
Current position: medical assistant at Forum Health LLC
- Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Recipient
- 2018 recipient of the Walker Cup
- Posse and Bonner scholar
- Timmy Global Health executive board member
- Civic Fellows executive board member
- President and co-founder of DePauw First-Generation
- Presidential ambassador
- Member, Alpha Phi Omega National Service Fraternity
Member, Delta Upsilon International Fraternity
Peter studied abroad in the Global Health and Development Policy Program at the School for International Training in Geneva, Switzerland. During that time, he conducted an independent study project and wrote a paper titled “Health Literacy Skills of Aging Populations and Its Impact on the Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease.” He interned at the World Health Organization and at the Harvard T.H. Chans School of Public Health.
Matthew Beekley, Ph.D., Indiana University. Research interests: Hoffmann reflex, sport nutrition, carbonic anhydrase.
Sharon Crary, Ph.D., Duke University. Global Health Program director. Awarded the U.S. Health and Human Services Award for Distinguished Service on the Ebola response team in 2002 and DePauw’s G. Bromley Oxnam Award for Service in 2014.
Maria Luque, Ph.D., Ohio State University. Laurel Turk professor of modern languages. Coordinator of the Spanish section.
Colleen McCracken Renick, Ph.D., Indiana University, Health professions adviser.
Mamunur Rashid, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University. Worked as a statistician at an international nonprofit, where he supported medical doctors and social scientists on health and population research. Switched to teaching to continue learning and create a good environment for students.
Naima Shifa, Ph.D., Bowling Green State University. Has supervised numerous students as they conduct research. Received a Great Lakes College Association grant to study a public health issue.
Christina Wagner, Ph.D., Purdue University. Research interests: psycho-oncology, end of life, coping with chronic illness, health behavior change. President of Mental Health American of Putnam County, Indiana. Former psychologist in a military setting.