Reindl is the 2011 American Association for Health Educators Fellowship
Recipient. Diana is receiving her Ph.D. in Health Education from the
University of Toledo, Ohio. Her focus is studying, researching and
advocating tobacco control policies on college campuses. She assisted in
authoring "Strategies for Implementing a Tobacco Free Campus Policy,"
which has been accepted for publication in the Journal of American College Health, and she has also presented at both state and national levels about tobacco control.
2010 Fellowship Recipient John R. Blosnich
John is currently working on a Ph.D. in pub- lic health science from West Virginia University (WVU). Mr. Blosnich has served as a graduate assistant for two different departments at WVU, as well as a screen- writer and production assistant for the Department of Pediatrics’ Communication between Parents and Adolescents (COPA) Project at the university. Mr. Blosnich’s awards and honors include the Walter J. Lear, M.D., Outstanding Student Research Award; Commemorative Health Advocacy Award, State Health Education Council of West Virginia; WVU Foundation Outstanding Seniors; and Eberly Scholar in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences.
AAHE is proud to present the 2009 Will Rogers Institute Fellowship to Karissa D. Horton. Ms. Horton is currently a doctoral candidate in Behavioral Health at the University of Texas at Austin. Ms. Horton’s previous degrees, Master of Arts in Health Education and Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology were also earned at the University of Texas at Austin. She is serving as a Graduate Research Assistant on Vocational Student Tobacco Use funded by the National Cancer Institute at the University.
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