‘Public Health’ Category

Karl Larson

“Don’t be afraid to speak, remember to listen, and ALWAYS ask questions.” What are your areas of research and teaching expertise? Research: Alternative medical practices, consumer health, public health programming, epidemiology What is your teaching style? Since students come in all styles, I try to structure classes the same way. Some lecture, yes, but also […]

Jessica Stadick

“As a nursing student over 20 years ago, I often sat in class and wondered how education could be more hands on or application based, and since then it has been a goal of mine to teach nursing in that way” What are your areas of research and teaching expertise? Teaching Expertise= Acute Care: Medical […]

Quinn Ailabouni ’24

“The learning atmosphere is open and welcoming as professors seem to genuinely care about their students succeeding.” Quinn Ailabouni is a Biology major with a double minor in Public Health and Statistics. She is currently focusing on a career in virology, due to her enjoyment in biological and laboratory aspects of viruses.  Ailabouni describes the […]

Anahi Rubalcava Oritz ’23

“All of the public health courses that I have taken are interactive. I have enjoyed collaborating with my classmates and professors, whether it be on case studies or giving presentations” Anahi Ortiz, from Faribault MN, chose Gustavus because of the class sizes, the College’s values, beautiful campus, and short distance from home. While on campus […]