M.S., 2008, University of Georgia, Child and Family Development
B.S., 2006, University of Georgia, Family and Consumer Sciences Education
Theresa Glasheen is the Department Coordinator for Health Policy and Behavioral Sciences. This department includes the Health Management & Policy and Health Promotion & Behavior concentrations. Position responsibilities include developing graduate course scheduling, preparing faculty and student materials, maintaining department databases, and handling business expenses including travel, reimbursements, subcontract awards, contractor, and consultant invoices. Theresa also serves as the primary point-of-contact between the graduate and undergraduate programs, the Office of Academic Assistance and Career Services, the Office of Grants and Contracts, and the Office of the Dean.
Prior to this role Theresa served as a Project Coordinator in the National SafeCare Training and Research Center in the School of Public Health. This position included coordinating statewide trainings and implementation, maintaining provider databases, preparing the state reports, and managing the grant’s budget. Theresa has also served as a program coordinator for numerous research grants, including Dad2K which was an adaptation of SafeCare that worked with at-risk fathers, and Project Intersect which worked with a statewide therapist network who served youth victims of commercial sex trafficking.
Theresa graduated from The University of Georgia earning both a Bachelors of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences Education and a Masters of Science in Child and Family Development. She has also earned a Graduate Certificate in Public Health from Georgia State University.