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International Health

August 21, 2017

8 International Health Faculty Recognized for Excellence in Teaching 4th term 

Each term, the Bloomberg School recognizes faculty who have contributed significantly to the intellectual life of the School through their excellence in teaching.

Honorees are those instructors who received an average score of 3.6 or above (on a scale from a low of 1 to a high of 4) in both the Overall Course and Overall Instructor categories of their student course evaluations, with a response rate of 70% or higher. Eight International Health faculty received this distinction for courses they taught fourth term in the 2016-2017 academic year.


221.616.01 | Ethics of Public Health Practice in Developing Countries 

Maria Merritt
Associate Professor Maria Merritt

221.642.01 |  Mental Health Aspects of Disaster: Public Health Preparedness and Response

Adjunct Professor George S. Everly

221.661.01 | Project Development for Primary Health Care in Developing Countries 
340.692.01 | Prisons, Public Health, and Human Rights 

Professor Gilbert Burnham 

221.661.01 | Project Development for Primary Health Care in Developing Countries Edward
Associate Scientist Anbrasi Edward

223.680.01 | Global Disease Control Programs and Policies 

Visiting Professor George Alleyne  

Research Associate Anna Kalbarczyk

Associate Professor Alain Labrique

Assistant Scientist Summer Rosenstock