Instructor for the following courses:
HEDU 1531 Personal Health and Wellness
HEDU 2100 Community Health
HEDU 4500 Pre-Planning for Internship
HEDU 4420 Seminar and Internship
Advisor for 21 Junior Senior Public Health Education Majors
Departmental Senator for Faculty Senate
Belinda L. Jones is a 1971 graduate of North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC; and received her Masters of Public Health in Health Behavior and Health Education at the School of Public Health in 1973 from UNC-Chapel Hill.
Ms. Jones has spent 30 years as a health educator, college instructor and trainer. Currently she is an Instructor at NC Central University in the Department of Public Health Education, teaching such courses as Health and Wellness, Community Health, Aging and Health, Pre-Planning for Internship and Seminar and Internship. Ms. Jones has taught for over 20 years in the department.
She has served as a consultant to several local and state programs, institutions and agencies Ms. Jones was a trainer with the NC Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities (OMHHD) since 1996-2011; and has done Cultural Diversity training with health and human services professionals across the state in nearly all 100 counties. This includes local health departments, mental health centers, social services and non-profit organizations. In addition to being a trainer for OMHHD, Ms. Jones has developed and updated the training manuals used for the Cultural Diversity trainings and has trained other trainers. In addition, Ms. Jones been a trainer/speaker at several national conferences.