Wendy Schuh, Assistant Professor

Address: HCN 204
Phone: 507-389-1579
Email: wendy.schuh@mnsu.edu


  • Ed.D. Health Professions, A.T. Still University, Kirksville, MO
  • M.A. Health Promotion, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
  • B.A. Exercise Science, Central College, Pella, IA


  • Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES®)     
  • Johns Hopkins University COVID-19 Contact Tracing                                                                                                                     
  • First Aid and CPR  
  • Infection Control Proficiency                                                                                                                                                                  
  • Motivational Interviewing                                                                                                                                                                        
  • National Incident Management System                                                                                                                                             


  • Assistant Professor, Department of Health Science, Minnesota State University Mankato
  • Director of Student Health Services, Minnesota State University, Mankato
  • Associate Director of Student Health Services, Minnesota State University, Mankato                                                                             
  • Alcohol and Drug Education Coordinator, Minnesota State University, Mankato
  • Adjunct Faculty, Minnesota State University, Mankato
  • Community Tobacco Consultant, Johnson County Department of Public Health; Iowa City, IA                                    
  • American Red Cross Workplace Instructor; Iowa City, IA


  • HLTH 380W: Health Education Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating 1
  • HLTH 482: Administration and Grant Writing in Health Education
  • FYEX 100: First Year Seminar


  • Telepsychiatry in College Health
  • Alcohol Education


  • Schuh, W. (2021). College student preferences of telepsychiatry. Journal of American College Health, 1-8. https://doi.org/10.1080/07448481.2021.1908305
  • Schuh, W. (2020). Opinions of telepsychiatry in college students diagnosed with a mental health condition versus college students undiagnosed with a mental health condition [Doctoral dissertation, A.T. Still University].
  • Schuh, W. & Egeland, J. (2019). The use of telemedicine to improve access to medical and mental health care for Minnesota State students. Minnesota State Academic and Student Affairs Fall Leadership Conference (Presentation). Breezy Point, MN.
  • Schuh, W. & Egeland, J. (2019). Telepsychiatry in college health. North Central College Health Association Annual Meeting (Presentation). Cedar Falls, IA.
  • Schuh, W. & Egeland, J. (2016). Telepsychiatry in college health. Minnesota State Academic and Student Affairs. North Central College Health Association Annual Meeting (Presentation). Cedar Falls, IA.            
  • Connolly, C., Schuh, W., & Bohnenblust, S. (2010). Results of a Comprehensive Social Norms Campaign. Minnesota State University, Mankato (Presentation). Mankato, MN.                       
  • Connolly, C. & Schuh, W. (2009). Did they see it? Did they believe it?  Did they change? Results of a social norms campaign. National Social Norms Conference (Presentation). Baltimore, MD.
  • Schuh, W. (2008). Culture change regarding alcohol use in college. American College Health Association Annual Meeting (Poster Presentation). Orlando, FL.                                                                                         
  • Schuh, W. (2008). Alcohol and tobacco: Promising collegiate reduction strategies. Society for Public Health Education Midyear Meeting (Presentation). Chicago, IL.


  • Oversight of $2+ million in grant funding.
  • Served on North Central College Health Association Executive Board for more than a decade, including President, Membership Coordinator, and Newsletter Editor.
  • Served as Regional Representative for the American College Health Association.
  • Featured in Mankato Free Press “Citizens Who Make a Difference” highlighting initiatives and accomplishments that positively influence the Greater Mankato community.

Scholar Profile for Wendy Schuh

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