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Dr. Nicole Betschman

Program Director for Public Health and Health Services; Assistant Professor of Health Services


Courses Taught

CRS 102 Critical Reading and Writing Seminar II
HPNU 120 Medical Terminology
HPNU 200 Nutrition, Diet Therapy, Health Promo
PEH 121 Nutrition & Wellness
SNHP 220 Health Promotion, Policy and Politics
SNHP 491 Health Services Internship
SNHP 499 Health Services Senior Seminar


  • B.A., Biology, Bowling Green State University
  • M.A., Health Education, East Carolina University
  • DH.Ed., Health Education, A.T. Still University

Select Works Published

  • Oral Presentation/Workshop, "The Power of Being Powerless"
    Student Adlerian Conference, Bowie State University,
  • Keynote Address, "Stress and Resilience: How to thrive when faced with multiple stressors"
    World Summit on Stress, Mindfulness, and Philosophy,


My philosophy regarding teaching is simple- it is a dual learning experience. I think that as much as the students are learning from me that I am also learning from them. Teaching and learning is a process that never ends and learning from the students allows me to grow both professionally and personally. I also believe in providing energy to the classroom by incorporating scholarly journals and articles that are relevant to the discussion as this helps to make the point hit home. Creating a great learning environment is one of the keys to success for the students and I am very committed to doing that daily.