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Prof. Ian Lapp

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Council on Education for Public Health

HQ Phone: (202) 789-1050

Council on Education for Public Health

1010 Wayne Avenue Suite 220

Silver Spring, Maryland 20910

United States

Company Description

The Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) is an independent agency recognized by the US Department of Education to accredit schools of public health and certain public health programs offered in settings other than schools of public health. These ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Position In Undergraduate Learning Outcomes Development Project
Harvard School of Public Health

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Assistant Professor of Clinical Sociomedical Sciences
Columbia University

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Education
Columbia University

Affiliations

Board Member
National Board of Public Health Examiners

Council Member
Ceph

Major Committees
Association of Schools of Public Health

Moderator
Harvard

Major Committees
Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health

Moderator
Webinar

Education

BS degree
sociology
University of Wisconsin - Madison

BS degree
sociology
University of Wisconsin-Madison

MA
sociology
Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

MA
television , radio and film
Syracuse University Newhouse School of Communications

PhD

PhD

University of Glasgow

PhD
sociology
Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs

Web References (37 Total References)


Council Members | Council on Education for Public Health

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Ian Lapp, PhD CEPH President Associate Dean for Strategic Educational Initiatives


Ian Lapp, PhD | Council on Education for Public Health

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Ian Lapp, PhD

Dr. Lapp is associate dean for strategic educational initiatives at the Harvard School of Public Health, recruited to lead the school's multi-year educational strategic planning process known as the "Roadmap to 2013," a school-wide effort to mark the centennial of the school in fall 2013 by charting Harvard's second century in teaching and learning in public health and informing the future direction of higher education in public health. Dr. Lapp also serves as the course director for Foundations in Public Health, Harvard's innovative, case-based approach to teaching core public health knowledge.
Dr. Lapp previously served as associate dean for academic affairs and education at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, where he capped off a ten-year career there by co-leading the redesign of the school's MPH degree, the nation's largest professional master's degree program. During his tenure at Columbia, he played a collaborative leadership role in the redesign of dozens of courses including the core courses, development of a number of degree concentrations including global health, launching of an undergraduate program in public health, designing of e-learning projects and high-tech classrooms and development of an extensive faculty development program in teaching.
As the Harvard School of Public Health implements its new educational strategy that emerged out of the roadmap initiative, Dr. Lapp will continue to work across the school's new and emerging educational initiatives including the redesign of the MPH and the design of a DrPH degree and five-department PhD degree program in population health sciences. He will also lead the school's innovation efforts in technology and interactive learning including edX, e-learning and simulations. At the university level, he is the inaugural co-chair of Harvard's Teaching and Learning Consortium. At the national level, he has chaired a number of major committees for ASPH, is currently a member of the Framing the Future Task Force and is frequently invited to speak on issues of educational innovation at schools of public health. In the international arena, he has worked extensively with public health programs in Africa, Asia and Europe including playing a key role in the launch of the BRAC School of Public Health in Bangladesh. He is currently engaged in the Teaching to Transform Global Health Initiative supported by the Medtronic Foundation.
Dr. Lapp received a BS degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He earned both a MA and PhD in sociology at the Syracuse University Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He also earned a MA in television, radio and film at the Syracuse University Newhouse School of Communications.
Dr. Lapp was appointed by the Association of Schools of Public Health (now ASPPH) in 2012 for a term that extends through 2017.


Meanwhile, Ian Lapp, former ...

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Meanwhile, Ian Lapp, former associate dean for strategic educational initiatives and lecturer on global health at Harvard's T.H. Chan School of Public Health was named dean of the Undergraduate School at Babson College.


Ian Lapp (Harvard) ...

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Ian Lapp (Harvard)


Dean John Finnegan (Minnesota), Dr. ...

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Dean John Finnegan (Minnesota), Dr. Ian Lapp (Harvard), Ms. Ruth Gaare Bernheim (UVA), and Ms. Mollie Mulvanity (CEPH) are confirmed panelists.

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