M.A. in Anthropology, Colorado State University
Dr. Robert Theodoratus
After graduation, I obtained a Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Florida and a Masters of Public Health in maternal and child health at Boston University School of Public Health. I have worked as a public health practitioner with county and state departments of public health and in the non-profit sector with the West Virginia Prevention Resource Center and the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, authors of the women’s health book Our Bodies, Ourselves. Currently, I am an Assistant Professor of Maternal and Child Health in the Division of Epidemiology and Community Health at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health, Director of the Global Health Certificate Program, and affiliated faculty with the Department of Chicano/Latino Studies as well as the Department of Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies.
Note to Current Students
The Department of Anthropology at Colorado State University launched me into a rewarding career in anthropology that eventually took me into medical anthropology and public health.