My name is Carrie Corriveau and I have been in the Department of Public Health and Human Performance since 2008. I have been an educator for just over 20 years and have worked in both private and public sectors of K-12 education, as well as non-profit. I am extremely passionate about my students and always seek to make sure they have the most positive college experience within their education. I currently teach School Health to both undergraduate and graduate-level students, as well as Drug Studies and Alcohol Studies. In additional, I have also taught several other courses within the department, including Foundations of Community/Public Health, Theory in Community Health, Human Disease, Environmental Health, and Program Evaluation.
BS in Health Sciences; Ohio University
MEd Specializing in Curriculum & Instruction; University of Phoenix
EdD Specialization in Organizational Leadership; Northcentral University
Corriveau, C. J. (2019). College cyberbullying and faculty perceptions on preparedness and procedures (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from ProQuest. (13904474)