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Assistant Professor
M.Ed., Springfield College

Wendy Hyde

Wendy Hyde headshotAssistant Professor
Family Studies

M.Ed. in Community Health & Wellness Promotion, Springfield College
B.S. in Community Wellness & School Health Education, University of Maine at Farmington

Wendy Hyde is an assistant professor at Baldwin Wallace University and a tobacco control advocate for The Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation, Tobacco 21. In addition to her roles of teaching and advising students in the family studies minor and community health promotion major, her areas of specialization include adolescent and young adult health matters, consumer issues, and family life studies.

Hyde is a certified health education specialist and holds a multi-age (P-12) Ohio health education license. Her tobacco control expertise includes organizing public health policy campaigns in the area of nicotine addiction/prevention and providing advocacy training on tobacco policy to universities and public health agencies. Furthermore, she is an active participant in health promotion associations throughout the state including Ohio SOPHE, Tobacco Free Ohio Alliance and the Ohio Adolescent Health Partnership. Hyde also has several years of experience working as a K-12 teacher specializing in health education, curriculum development and instruction.

Professional Certifications

Certified Health Education Specialist, National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.

Certificate of Completion in Complementary Therapy and Alternative Medicine, Harvard Medical School