Tina D. Bhargava, DrPH
Dr. Bhargava is a Kent native, and after eight years in California and six in Pittsburgh, PA, she is glad to be back in Kent and at the College of Public Health at Kent State University. She joined the Kent State College of Public Health faculty in Fall of 2012 and currently serves as the Undergraduate Studies coordinator for the Social and Behavioral Sciences department, including the new undergraduate concentration in Community-Based Public Health. Dr. Bhargava coordinates and teaches the undergraduate Strategies for Prevention, Health Disparities, and Capstone Experience courses.
Dr. Bhargava completed her Bachelors in Human Biology and Masters in Education (Curriculum Studies & Teacher Education) at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA. She then obtained her doctorate in Public Health (DrPH) in the department of Behavioral and Community Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, where she completed her dissertation on "Cognitive Interference in Response to Weight Loss Stimuli in Individuals Participating in a Structured Weight Loss Program."
For a list of publications by Dr. Bhargava, click here.
Assistant Professor - Social & Behavioral Sciences
College of Public Health