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Faculty and Staff : Dr. Melody S. Madlem

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Melody Madlem, Ph.D.

CWU Strategic Planning Director

Professor of Public Health Education


Email: madlemm@cwu.edu

Barge Hall 311

(509) 963-2130

 

Education

  • Ph.D. Education (Community Health), Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1993
  • M.S. Ed. Guidance and Counseling, Eastern Illinois University, 1985
  • B.A. Psychology, Eastern Illinois University, 1984.

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Experience

    Central Washington University, 1999 to present

    • CWU Strategic Planning Director
    • Program Director; Public Health Education Program, 2007 - 2013
    • Professor of Community/Public Health, 2007 - present
    • Associate Professor of Communiy/Public Health, 2001- 2007
    • Assistant Professor of Community/Public Health, 1999- 2001

    Editor; Washington State Journal of Public Health Practice; 2008 to 2013.

     

    Baylor University, 1994-1999
    • Assistant Professor of Health Education 1994-1999

       

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    Affiliations

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    Publications

    Refereed Publications

    • C. Papadopoulos, M. Berdis, M. Madlem, B.E. Saelens, J.F. Sallis, L. Frank, A. King    (2011) Differences in neighborhood characteristics and physical activity between older adults in metropolitan and micropolitan counties. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 43(5), S720.
    • Bridges, K., & Madlem, M. (2007). Yoga, physical education, and self-esteem: Off the court and onto the mat for self-esteem. California Journal of Health Promotion (Currently under review.)
    • Madlem, M., Booth, C., & Goodloe, N. (2004). Utilizing a coalition model to address clean air: One schools moldy debate. The Community Psychologist, 37, 4, 7-9.
    • Masberg, B., Chase, D., & Madlem, M. (2004). Delphi study of training and education needed in the tourism industry in Washington state. Journal of Human Resources in Hospitality and Tourism, 2(2), 1-22.
    • Madlem, M. et.al. (2003). The Latina Project: Adolescent and Parent Perceptions of Successful Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs. California Journal of Health Promotion, (1)2
    • Torbert, T. & Madlem, M. (1999). Genetic science and reproductive technologies: Seminary student attitudes, American Public Health Association 127th Annual Meeting and Exposition Abstracts (pp. 299-300).
    • Madlem, M.S. (1997). Relationships with alcohol: Utilizing storytelling with resistant youth. Journal of Health Education, 28(6), 381-383.

    • Madlem, M., Goodloe, N., & Stauber, D. (1995). Stress Management, WRS Group, Waco, TX.
    • Madlem, M. (1993). An investigation of factors relating to alcohol knowledge and usage by adolescents from rural and smaller urban areas in southern Illinois: A secondary analysis. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.

    • Madlem, M. (1992). Issues and trends surrounding rural adolescent substance abuse. Prevention Forum, Spring, 1992, 1-9.

     

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    Research Interests

    • Women and Leadership
    • Spirituality
    • Women's Health
    • Professional Preparation
    • Managing Stress

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    Courses Taught

    Health Education (HED)
    • HED 101 Health Essentials
    • HED 209 Consumer Health
    • HED 230 Foundations of Health
    • HED 320 Environmental Health
    • HED 321 Health Aspects of HIV/AIDS
    • HED 340 Technological Applications on HED
    • HED 370 Current Trends: Reducing Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities
    • HED 380 Epidemiology
    • HED 387 Stress Management
    • HED 410 (310) Community Health
    • HED 412 Health Aspects of Aging
    • HED 440 Social Marketing
    • HED 442 Field Work and Experience in HED
    • HED 445 Professionalism
    • HED 460 Controversial Issues
    • HED 471 Planning I
    • HED 472 Planning II
    • HED 475 Health Administration
    • HED 490 Cooperative Education
    • HED 496 Independent Study
    • HHPR 580 PE Grant-Writing
    • HED 596 Graduate Independent Study
    • HHPR 700 Thesis

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    Websites

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Contact Information

Department of Human Health Proformance and Nutrition
400 E. University Way
Ellensburg, WA 98926-7572
Phone: (509) 963-1911
Fax: (509) 963-1848
email: buschr@cwu.edu
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