Dr. Bob Aronson
Director & Associate Professor of Public Health Program
Office Location: Euler 134
Phone: (765) 998-4512
Specialties: Health Disparities, Social Determinants of Health, Minority Health, Men and Masculinity, International Health, Community Health Education, Community Development, Infant Mortality Prevention, HIV/AIDS Prevention, Ethnographic Research Methods, Qualitative and Quantitative Research, Community-Based Participatory Research
DrPH, International Health, Social Science and Public Health track, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health, 1997
Dissertation: The influence of residential context on pregnancy outcomes: a multi-level and multi-method study.
MPH, Health Education, Rural and Cross-Cultural Health track, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, School of Public Health, 1986
BA, Social Sciences Divisional Major, HNGR Program, Wheaton College, 1983
Why I came to Taylor:
I believe in a Christian liberal arts education, and I would love to be involved in how God is preparing young people to bring their skills and passions to the work of the Kingdom.
Advice to incoming students:
Allow your communities to be broad as well as deep (make friends with people very different from yourself), find a place in your 4-year plan for a public health course.
Gardening and cooking (and eating), fishing, birding, traveling, being with people.