Monica Adams
Graduate Student • Fall 2019 Cohort • Student Assistant
Health and Behavioral Sciences

Monica Adams is a PhD student in Health and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Colorado Denver. Her research interests include migrant health, discrimination, and the psychological and physiological effects of anti-immigrant rhetoric. 

M.A., 2019, University of Houston-Clear Lake (Behavioral Science) 

B.S., 2017, University of Houston-Downtown (Psychology)

PBHL 2001: Introduction to Public Health (teaching assistant)

PBHL 3010: Human Sexuality and Public Health (instructor)

PBHL 3031: Health, Human Biology, and Behavior (instructor) 

Doctoral Student Teaching Award, 2021-22

Teaching Fellow, 2021-22

Research Fellow, 2021-22

Summer Research Award, 2020