Attending Oregon State was an obvious choice for me. Going to high school in the Portland area, I knew many people who had gone to OSU that loved it. Once I visited, I knew it was the school for me. I enjoyed the people, the campus, and all the activities I participated in while finishing my double degree program.
Below, you can see some of the specific classes I took while at Oregon State. I got a degree in Public Health with an option in Health Promotion and Health Behavior and another degree in Education focusing on the middle/ high school level. At the bottom of the page are some of the activities I participated in while going to school at OSU. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact me.
H 100: Introduction to Public Health
H 210: Introduction to the Health Care System
H 225: Social and Individual Health Determinants
H 312: AIDS &Sexually Transmitted Disease
H 319: Introduction to Health Policy
H 320: Introduction to Human Disease
H 344: Foundation of Environmental Health
H 349: Health Field Experience/ Peer Helper Skills
H 425: Foundations of Epidemiology
H 476: Health Program Planning
TCE 216: Purpose, Structure, and Function in a Democracy
TCE 219: Multicultural Issues in Educational Settings
TCE 253: Learning Across the Lifespan
TCE 340: Supportive Differentiated Environments
TCE 412: Learning Styles and Needs and Adolescence
TCE 427: Alternative Assessment for Middle/ High Teaching
TCE 472: Foundations of ESOL Education
TCE 473: Reading, Literature and Language Approaches in ESOL
TCE 494: Content Standards and Curriculum Development
ED 410: Internship/ Student Teaching Experience
ED 424: Teacher as Reflective Practitioner
Human Development and Family Sciences & Sociology
HDFS 201: Contemporary Families
HDFS 240: Human Sexuality
HDFS 311: Infant and Child Development
HDFS 313: Adolescent Development
HDFS 314: Adult Development and Aging
HDFS 444: Family VIolence and Neglect
SOC 204: Introduction to Sociology
SOC 350: Health, Illness and Society
SOC 355: Death and Dying
WR 121: English Composition
WR 224: Introduction to Fiction Writing
COMM 218: Interpersonal Communication
HST 101: History of Western Civilization
BI 102: General Biology
PAC 325: Wilderness First Aid
Plus many more core and elective credits...
While attending Oregon State University I was part of the OSU Cheerleading and Dance Program. We supported OSU's football, women's and men's basketball, volleyball and wrestling programs as well as holding multiple youth camps and appearances for alumni events.
Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Chapter
I also was a member of Alpha Gamma Delta, Phi Chapter during my undergrad. As a house, we participated in multiple philanthropies and events to better our community as well as better our relationships with one another. While a member, I was a SING coach for two years.
Peer Health Advocates
Peer Health Advocates is a volunteer based peer to peer health promotion organization at Oregon State University. PHA volunteers conduct campus activities designed to raise awareness about college health issues and promote healthy behavior choices among our peers. My outreach event revolved around creating a healthier campus and educating peers about their eating habits.