Amanda Horner , '20

Amanda Horner  portrait

Graduate Student in Master of Public Health program

I graduated in 2020 from the University of Scranton with a double major in Community Health Education (now called Health Promotion) and Philosophy, and received my Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) credential that spring.

I've since been pursuing an MPH in Public Health Practice focusing on program development and evaluation, and anticipate graduation in December of 2023.

My graduate program has an extensive internship requirement, so I interned with the Alzheimer's Association WNY Chapter during the summer of 2022 and the Community Health Center of Buffalo, NY, in the fall of 2022, with my final required internship to be determined.

Outside of my graduate studies, I've been pursuing a variety of volunteer and work opportunities in the realms of public health and digital technology. Most presently, the research manuscript I co-authored through my particularization in the University of Scranton's Faculty-Student Research Program was accepted for publication in the Journal of American College Health. I'm looking forward to finishing my MPH and seeing where my career will take me next!

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