Fort Lewis College public health program is growing fast

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Fort Lewis College public health program is growing fast

Degree evolves as more than 100 students pursue major
Kevin Griffith, associate professor at Fort Lewis College, and public health student Jessica Singleton use a Reveal Imager to take a picture of student Spencer Busik. The imager takes a polarized picture to reveal underlying skin damage. It is used to encourage students to protect themselves from the sun. Singleton is the student leading the project to meet her degree requirements. Since its founding in 2010, FLC’s public health major has grown faster than expected. The degree program has more than 100 students.
Kevin Griffith, associate professor at Fort Lewis College, works with Tamara Benally in his public health class.

Fort Lewis College public health program is growing fast

Kevin Griffith, associate professor at Fort Lewis College, and public health student Jessica Singleton use a Reveal Imager to take a picture of student Spencer Busik. The imager takes a polarized picture to reveal underlying skin damage. It is used to encourage students to protect themselves from the sun. Singleton is the student leading the project to meet her degree requirements. Since its founding in 2010, FLC’s public health major has grown faster than expected. The degree program has more than 100 students.
Kevin Griffith, associate professor at Fort Lewis College, works with Tamara Benally in his public health class.

Fort Lewis College public health program is growing fast

Kevin Griffith, associate professor at Fort Lewis College, talks with student Bismarck Kipkilach during a public health class at the college focused on health education and communication. In recent years, the program has evolved to include community health behavior, epidemiology and more.
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