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Dr. Nicole Betschman

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

Payden 421


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.