Kevin Modglin is currently the Health Educator for Georgia State University and Manager of the Department of Student Health Promotion. He was previously the Director of the Campus Alcohol and Drug Information Center at the University of North Florida, a position in which he spent seven years. He has over 15 years experience in collegiate alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention and public health. Kevin received his BA in psychology, MA in psychology, and MPH in Health Promotion, each from the University of North Florida. Both of his Master degrees involved research in the area of college student substance abuse, an area in which he still has continued interest. Kevin has presented professional seminars both nationally and locally and has published research in the area of personality psychology. He was an adjunct instructor for the Brooks College of Health at University of North Florida where he taught classes on psychosocial health and substance abuse prevention. Currently he is an adjunct instructor for Georgia State University’s Freshman Learning Community where he teaches an introductory health class. Kevin has received numerous awards in the area of substance abuse prevention, including a recent award at Georgia State University (through the Division of Student Affairs) for the development of an Interdepartmental Substance Abuse Prevention Program. Additionally, he has twice received the Division of Student Affairs “Assessment and Evaluation Award” at the University of North Florida.
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"Spiritual health, I believe, is the real hub that keeps the spokes on the wheel of health connected and forever rolling forward toward that better place!"
-Kevin M. Modglin