phone: (303) 724-8332
office: Fulginiti Room 013
Meleah Himber is the Community Outreach Liaison for the Center for Bioethics and Humanities. She has extensive experience in higher education, including medical school curriculum implementation and curriculum development and assessment for public health research interventions, including a $3.9 million NIH Bioethics Infrastructure grant, Building Trust Between Minorities and Researchers
, for which she created and tested educational programming for both PIs and racial and ethnic communities to encourage greater collaboration and involvement in public health research with the goal of eliminating health disparities.
Her role at CBH centers around creating an awareness of CBH and its programming across all four CU campuses as well as facilitating productive relationships between the Center and a variety of external groups and individuals within the local community and state of Colorado. This includes but is not limited to hospital, governmental and private sector leaders, patient advocacy groups, faith-based organizations, educational institutions, arts organizations, various community health-related groups, and the media. Meleah is also a certified English Language Arts teacher for grades 7-12.
- BA, Film, University of Pittsburgh
- M.Ed, Curriculum & Instruction, University of Montana
- Montana & Colorado, Secondary Teaching Licenses, English
- Curriculum Development & Instructional Design
- Social Justice in Healthcare and Public Education
- Research Ethics
- Independent Film, Music and Media
- Writing and Literature
- Fitness and Dance