There are four full-time School Health Education faculty members, all with a Ph.D. and one with two master of science degrees and a 6th year diploma. The full-time faculty members divide the academic teaching in the graduate courses, undergraduate courses, and the service course, SHE 203, which is a requirement of all education students in the School of Education. In addition, several faculty members are engaged in administrative responsibilities, department and university committees, and conducting research.
- Susan Calahan, M.S., Ph.D., Program Coordinator
- Aukje Lamonica, M.P.H., Ph.D.
- Doris M. Marino, M.P.H., Ph.D.
The School Health Education Program has six adjunct faculty members who regularly teach in the department.
- Constance M. Capacchione, M.S., M.P.H.
- Elizabeth Galligan, M.S., 6th year
- Mary Beth Mahon
- Tracie McClure
- Joy Shane, M.S.
- Allison Valentino
Most of the adjunct faculty members have either taught in public schools, are currently teaching in public schools, or serve as a school nurse. Their practical experience in teaching in public schools and serving as training supervisors in the TEAM program provide our students with learning experiences that are valuable for future teachers.