Elizabeth Felter joined the faculty as an assistant professor in 2010. She has been a Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) since 2011 and, beginning in Fall of 2022, will direct the MPH program. Her classes, which include Overview of Health Communications, Risk Communication, Video for Health Promotion, and the school-wide Public Health Communication, involve interaction with community organizations and agencies throughout the county.
Dr. Felter's research and practice-based work focuses on health education/ communication and evaluation, including supporting health departments, health clinics, and non-profits with their COVID-19 response.
Additionally, she serves on numerous committees at the University, School, and Department-wide levels, organizes media efforts for the department, and is pleased to serve on many dissertation, thesis, and essay committees each year.
Dr. Felter is currently co-authoring a second edition of the CEHS (R) Exam Review: Certification Guide for Health Education Specialists, expected out late summer.