Faculty and Staff Profiles

Michael McCawley
Michael McCawley Occupational & Environmental Health Sciences
Science needs to be done in the public interest and given the opportunity to find the truth. It's important to the people of the state of West Virginia.
Ranjita Misra
Ranjita Misra Social & Behavioral Sciences
I’ve had the privilege of combining my unique background and global perspective in health education to improve teaching, community- and clinic-based interventions and public health service.
Steve Davis
Steve Davis Health Policy, Management & Leadership
One of the greatest feelings is witnessing the exact moment when a student finally understands a difficult concept. It is in those moments that I am reminded why I was called to teaching service.
Kristi Kelley
Kristi Kelley Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Public health is about overall health and well-being. I make healthy choices while being mindful that everything is okay in moderation. Choose something you enjoy and make it a part of your routine.
Elizabeth Claydon
Elizabeth Claydon Social & Behavioral Sciences
I have the kind of job I have always dreamed of, which allows me to research in order to help others, mentor students and engage with the community.
Brian Hendricks
Brian Hendricks Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Watching students connect the dots between course work/theory and their own research interests always reignites my passion for teaching.
Christa Lilly
Christa Lilly Epidemiology and Biostatistics
I think biostatisticians have the best job in public health since we get to work with all these amazing students and their projects!
Toni Morris
Toni Morris Social & Behavioral Sciences
Even though you are navigating uncharted territory, the journey is fascinating and exciting. Take advantage of as many opportunities and experiences as you can.
Jennifer Sherrod
Jennifer Sherrod Occupational & Environmental Health Sciences
Advisors, professors and staff helped me immensely in college. I implore students to make these connections early and to not be afraid to ask questions and ask for help.
Erik Carlton
Erik Carlton Health Policy, Management & Leadership
Seeing [my students] successes and the impact I can have through others' careers is far more rewarding than any personal accomplishment.
Scot McIntosh
Scot McIntosh Office of Academic & Student Affairs
I love meeting our students who come from all over the state, country and world. It's incredible hearing their stories and to see the greatness and potential that exists in each of them.
Tessa Congo
Tessa Congo Academic & Student Affairs
I have always loved connecting with people. One of the most beautiful things to learn about a person is their aspirations and hopes for the future.
Bradlee Cain
Bradlee Cain Academic & Student Affairs
Helping students discover their personal and professional interests is the most rewarding aspect of my job. There will never be a better feeling than seeing someone achieve their path to success.
Sergio Caporali-Filho
Sergio Caporali-Filho Director of Industrial Hygiene
Some of the best moments in my job as a faculty member are when I see a former student of mine outperforming me in the field. This is the greatest gift and recognition for me, that my efforts have made a difference.