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Health Sciences: Faculty and Staff

Department Head

Robert LeFavi
Program Coordinator, Strength and Conditioning Certificate

University Hall 154 A


Tracy Middleton
University Hall 154

Full-Time Faculty

Health Informatics

Health Services Administration

Human Performance/Sports Medicine

Public Health

Part-Time Faculty

Ron Alt, MHS, BA, Certified Master Addiction Counselor
Bruce Barragan
Dr. Kathleen Benton
Allie Carson
Betty T. Dixon, DrPH, MHSA, BSN
Kelly Doyle
Carla English, BA, MHS, MHSA
Rachel Farris-Reed
Cristina Gibson
Frank Glenn
Allison R. Gohsman, MPH, CHES
Drew McKenzie, MS, CSCS, USAW-Sport Performance
Terry Meese
Daniel Murphy
Melissa Reams, MPH, CHES
Patricia Sharpe
Garth Spendiff
Femi Taiwo, MD, MPH
Jennifer Woelber


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(September 18, 2014) — Armstrong State University recently hired healthcare industry veteran Bruce Barragan, LFACHE, as Executive-­in-­Residence for the university’s Masters of Health Services Administration Program.

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