Maurice “Bud” Martin, PhD., CHES
Maurice “Bud” Martin, PhD CHES
Department of Community Health Education
University of Maine, Farmington
Ph.D., University of South Carolina, 2000
M.Ed., University of South Carolina, 1997
B.S., University of Maine, 1992
Dr. Martin earned a Ph.D in Public Health (2000), as well as an M.Ed in Educational Leadership and Policy (1997) from the University of South Carolina. His undergraduate degree is from the University of Maine at Farmington, Community Health program with a concentration in school health. Dr. Martin holds a membership with the American Public Health Association, American School Health Association, American Alliance for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance, and ME Alliance for Health Physical Education Recreation and Dance to name a few.
Dr. Martin is currently an Associate Professor at the University of Maine at Farmington teaching courses in Disease Prevention Health Promotion, Epidemiology, Health Communications and Theory as well as coursework in Exercise Nutrition, Physiology, and Men’s Health. He has developed numerous new courses and has been instrumental in re-structuring the Community Health Education program at UMF as well as developing a new graduate program for that UMF.
Dr. Martin has served as senior research and evaluation consultant on national, state and local projects concerning chronic disease and injury prevention. His research interests include; systems dynamics, behavioral science, and program evaluation. Dr. Martin has published a variety of scholarly works with topics ranging from youth tobacco use, diabetes programming, curriculum development, to community collaboration and bioethics.