Meet alumnus, Jordan Queen, who currently works at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. He is a Foodborne, Enteric and Waterborne Disease Epidemiologist and is an MPH Epidemiology Candidate at the Emory Rollins School of Public Health.
"I began my undergraduate coursework in the fall of 2016. At that time my general interests were biology and human health. During the summer before my junior year, I discovered the public health major. I was unfamiliar with the field of public health, but the idea of working at the population level to improve human health was enticing. Fast forward to graduation, I completed a B.S. in Public Health, a B.S. in Biology, and a Chemistry minor. The public health professors and faculty were excellent throughout my time in the program and each public health course was engaging and contained content that translated into real-life context.