Gretta Madjzoob, MPH, M.Ed., Ph.D. Lecturer, Department of Health Sciences Public Health Education/MPH program. Dr. Madjzooba holds a M.Ed. and a Ph.D. in Higher education from UCLA School of Education where she also served as a research fellow with the Higher Education Research Institute. Her primary areas of research and interest include student development, gender studies, multicultural education, & acculturation patterns among students within the higher education system. As CSUN alumni and with a long term affiliation with the campus, Gretta is involved in a variety of campus, community, interdisciplinary projects and a number of student organizations. Gretta teaches both undergraduate and graduate courses in Public Health Education, Curriculum Design, Women & Health, and Current Public Health Issues. Her teaching experience started at CSUN during her MPH program in 1989. Her teaching career also includes 12 years with the Los Angeles Community college district, working within the PACE and Outreach programs at L.A Mission, Valley and Trade technical college. She is a member of the American Public Health Association (APHA) and the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). Dr. Madjzoob has over 25 years of teaching experience in higher education and 10 years of experience as a community health educator in within both the public and corporate settings.