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Anita L Sego

Faculty

Office: 1164 - Lantz
Phone: 217-581-6206
Email: alsego@eiu.edu
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Welcome to Eastern Illinois University and the Department of Health Studies.  As a graduate of our department, I encourage you to explore the many skill-based courses that make up our curriculum.  Our degree programs are some of the most flexible in regards to job opportunities.  Some of the positions I held before coming home to EIU were JTPA Special Project Director, Community Corrections Director, Community Planner, Housing Rehab Coordinator, Family Service Coordinator, and the Executive Director of the local chapter of the American Red Cross.  I am sure if you choose one of our major programs you will be able to find a job that meets your particular interests and passions as well.

  Spring 2014 Office Hours

Monday, Wednesday,  10-11:00 & noon - 1:00 pm

Tuesday Afternoon 3:00-4:00 p.m.

By Appointment

Frequently Taught Courses

HST 1120 - Basic CPR
HST 2000 - Principles of Human Health
HST 2270 - Community Health
HST 3120 - American Red Cross Instructor's Course
HST 3300 - Principles of Accident Prevention
HST 3350 - Industrial Safety
HST 4770 - Health Administration

Other Courses Previously Taught or Coming Up This Summer:

HST 2900 - Human Diseases
HST 3199 - Microcomputers for Health
HST 3700 - Community Health Behavior Methods
HST 4275 - Internship
HST 4800 - Drugs & Society
HST 4998 - Health Topics for Teachers

Education

PhD in Heath Education

I am currently working on my dissertation at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.  I expect to graduate Summer 2014.

MS - Health Program & Facility Administration

Indiana State University

BS - Community Health

Eastern Illinois University

Certificate in Economic Development

University of Illinois - Springfield

Professional Organizations

American Red Cross
AAHPERD
CCDI (The Coalition  of Citiizens with Disabilities in Illinois)
Eta Sigma Gamma
IAHPERD
Kappa Delta Pi
EIU Alumni Association

Speakers Bureau

For more information, please visit the Speakers Bureau Webpage.

First Aid/CPR/AED Disaster Preparedness Health Program & Facility Administration Non-Profit Management Fundraising Health Issues for Special Populations Sexuality Issues When Working with the Intellectually Disabled Preventing Alcohol Poisoning Simple Adaptations for Teaching the Vision Impaired

Community

American Red Cross Instructor Trainer