Dr. Camilla Bantum
Part-time Faculty - College of Health and Human Services
Dr. Bantum is a nationally certified Health Educator (CHES) and has worked extensively in that capacity throughout the United States and in Central America. While teaching in the discipline of Health Sciences has been the primary focus of her career, Dr. Bantum has also been an AIDS educator, a grant writer, a public speaker, and a community clinic administrator. Dr. Bantum has had the privilege of leading many community health volunteers on trips to Costa Rica. In addition, she has coordinated multiple vision and dental clinic trips in Honduras. Dr. Bantum lived for three years on a humanitarian ship where she served as the medical officer for the ship’s crew and helped with the delivery of medical supplies to communities in Central America.
As an educator, Dr. Bantum has provided many workshops to colleagues and students including Stress Management, Financial Management, and Time Management. She has participated in many professional growth opportunities including training in OnCourse and Instructional Skills Workshops. Her doctoral dissertation studied the success factors of community college students enrolled in online developmental English courses.
- Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences
- Master of Science in Health Sciences