Jen Janousek has taught at Concordia since 2001. Her favorite part of the job is teaching global health courses, because she gets to lead students on international mission trips. She is also responsible for heading Concordia’s Master of Public Health program and teaching classes at both the graduate and undergraduate level.
Janousek is a member of the Public Health Association of Nebraska (PHAN), the American Public Health Association (APHA), and the Society of Public Health Education (SOPHE). Her dissertation research focused on college women's knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, and predictors of acceptance of the HPV vaccine.
Jen and her husband, Tim, have four children.
I gain more from being here than I would ever be able to give back."
Dr. Jennifer Janousek's Academic Programs
Public Health and Fitness
A degree in public health and fitness from Concordia University, Nebraska prepares you to develop and advocate for effective health programs, where you can implement policies that enhance the health of individuals, groups and communities. You’ll combine theory-based public health and fitness courses, laboratory experiences and internships to provide you with practical, career-focused skills in nutrition, biomechanics, global health, psychology, epidemiology, stress management, human anatomy and more.