Nina Cleveland

Office of Academic Affairs, Health Promotion & Behavior
MPH Practice Coordinator
Academic Professional, Health Promotion and Behavior

Office of Academic Affairs, Health Promotion & Behavior

  • Education

    Doctoral Candidate, Health Promotion and Behavior, University of Georgia, 2017

    MPH, University of Georgia, 2006

    BSW, University of Georgia, 1994

    LPN, Dalton Vocational School of Health Occupation, 1986

  • Areas of Expertise

    Research: individual preparedness, risk communications, preparedness with vulnerable populations

    Teaching: public health, disaster management, service learning

     

  • Honors, Awards, and Achievements

    Delta Omega Honor Society

  • Affiliations

    Georgia Public Health Association

  • Course Instruction

    PBHL 3100 Introduction to Public Health

    Ms. Cleveland has a strong belief that bridging the gap between academia and practice can be achieved in many ways. One of those ways is through service learning in the classroom. Her courses usually have at least one element that connects the students with the community in meaningful ways.

  • Research Interests

    Ms. Cleveland has two research foci. The first is trauma and injury prevention and second is disaster preparedness in vulnerable populations. Her research is community based and intervention oriented.

  • Selected Publications

    Cleveland, N. & Palen, M. (2016).Community preparedness: Expanding existing partnerships with academia to build resilience through experiential learning. Journal of Georgia Public Health Association (2016), Vol. 6, No. 1.