PUBLIC HEALTH EDUCATION

School of Health and Human Sciences

On Monday, June 21st, Professor Christina Yongue of the Department of Public Health Education served as the Master of Ceremonies for UNCG’s Inaugural Juneteenth Celebration. This student led event to recognize Juneteenth, now a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery, was held at the Elliot University Center and supported by faculty and staff of […]

In 2001, Quintana (Clinard) Stewart officially began her career in public health education with the Forsyth County Department of Public Health just months after graduating with a degree in Public Health Education with a concentration in Community Health Education and national certification as a Health Education Specialist (CHES).  She was hired as a Health Educator […]

I am a social epidemiologist and self-professed data nerd. My passion for public health was ignited right after college, when I volunteered as a bilingual patient educator and medical assistant at a free family health clinic in Detroit, Michigan. Outside of work, you can often find me exploring local parks and trails or enjoying live […]

We in Public Health Education condemn racism and its rotten fruits further illustrated by the recent murder of George Floyd on May 25, 2020 in Minneapolis, MN and the countless number of Black lives taken by police brutality, white supremacy, and bigotry, past and present: Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Sandra Bland, Marcus Deon Smith, and […]