Christine B. Haltiwanger, PhDAssociate Dean, School of Health and Wellness
Department Chair, Health Science
Unit: College of Humanities and Sciences, School of Health and Wellness, Health Science
“Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.” --Mother Theresa
Teaching & Education
You will learn with me when taking courses in Health Science. Degrees
BA, Clemson University
MPH, University of South Carolina
DrPH, University of Georgia
My experience includes several years in the health care and corporate wellness industries. I have been teaching at the university level since 2009.
Wethington, H., Maynard, L. M., Haltiwanger C. & Blanck, H.M. November 20, 2013. “Use of Calorie Information at Fast Food and Chain Restaurants among U. S. Adults, 2009.” Journal of Public Health.
Retirement Research Foundation Doctoral Student Research Award Finalist Public Health and Aging Division
I will gladly involve you in my circle that includes:
- Clemson University Public Health Department
- University of South Carolina Public Health Department
- University of Georgia Public Health Department
- South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC)
- South Carolina Lieutenant Governor’s Office on Aging
- Obesity Prevention Branch at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- Greater Greenville Chamber of Commerce
- Bon Secours St. Francis Hospital
- Prisma Health
I was born into a family of educators and the value of higher education was engrained in my upbringing. I grew up going to class with my father, the difficult quantitative statistician, and I loved the energy that he and his students brought to the classroom. The comradery that he shared with his colleagues was contagious, and the flexible research schedule that comes with being a faculty member was enticing. I enjoyed my time in both private and public health care industries, but my true passion is for encouraging young adults to use their career as a platform for discipleship, and to treat others with love and compassion.
Favorite Course to Teach:
Social Epidemiology. This is a difficult course but when the students rise to the level of rigor demanded of the course, light bulbs go off, the true understanding of the course occurs and learning begins.