Dr. Robyn Anderson
Professor, Public and Community Health, School of Health Sciences
- Ph.D. in Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh
- M.P.H. in Epidemiology, University of Pittsburgh
- M.S. in Exercise and Sport Science, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
- B.S. in Health and Physical Education, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Robyn Anderson teaches graduate and undergraduate students as a full-time professor in public and community health at Liberty University where she specializes in epidemiology. For 22 years she taught undergraduate students as a professor in the integrative physiology and health science department at a private college in mid-Michigan. During this time Professor Anderson also engaged in school-based research conducting surveillance of cardiovascular risk factors in youth.
- American Association of Public Health
- Society for Public Health Education
- HLTH 350: Introduction to Public and Community Health
- HLTH 503: Principles of Epidemiology
- HLTH 650: Field Epidemiology
- HLTH 552: Chronic Disease Prevention and Management
- Overweight/Obesity in Youth
- Physical Activity
- Epidemiology as Prevention for Chronic Disease
- Accuracy of Self-Reported Weight Compared to Measured BMI among Rural Middle School Students in Michigan, Journal of Public Health, 2018.
- The Effects of an Eight-Week Aquatic Exercise Program on Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) in the Elderly Population, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 2013.
- The Effects of Land and Water Exercise Programs on Functional Balance in Older Adults, International Journal of Aquatic Research and Education, 2010.