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Students will learn from a range of faculty who are experts in their content area, including Biology, English, Fine Arts, History, Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Philosophy, Psychology, Religious Studies, and Social Work, and who are dedicated to upholding the mission of the university through service to others and fostering intellectual curiosity. Students receive individualized attention and mentoring from the faculty who also serve as academic advisors.

Amanda Caleb

Professor of English and Medical and Health Humanities (joint appointment)
Founding Director, Medical and Health Humanities
Phone: 570-674-8113
Office: Mercy Hall 308


Dr. Caleb teaches MHH 201: Introduction to Medical and Health Humanities; MHH 310: Health Disparities; MHH 316: Race, Gender, and Health; MHH 334: Modern Epidemics and Pandemics; and ENG 305: Literature and Medicine.

Dr. Hajkowski teaches MHH 312: Health and Human Rights; MHH 332: Medical Geography; MHH 334: Modern Epidemics and Pandemics; and HIS 342: History of Medicine and Health.

Dr. McDonald teaches MHH 301: Narrative Medicine and MHH 310: Health Disparities.

Dr. Serino teaches BIO 211: Anatomy and Physiology I and BIO 212: Anatomy and Physiology II.

Dr. Weber teaches MHH 316: Race, Gender, and Health and MHH 330: Global Health Populations.

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