Indiana University, M.P.H.in Social and Behavioral Health, 2006
Indiana University, Doctorate of Health and Safety (HSD), School and College Health Education, Human Sexuality Education, 1998
Ball State University, M.A. in School Health Education, 1989
Central Michigan University, B.S. in School Health Education, 1988
- Director of Public Health Programs, IUB School of Public Health, 2011-2016
- Director, Office of Community Health Engagement, IUB School of Public Health, 2010-2011
- Public Health Educator, Delaware County Health Department, Muncie, IN 1989-1992
- HIV/AIDS Counseling and Test Site Coordinator, Delaware County Health Department, Muncie, IN 1990-1992
Teaching, Service and Research Experiences and Interests
Experience teaching Human Sexuality, Teaching Methods in Sexual and Reproductive Health, Pedagogy in Health Behavior, Public Health Program Planning, Assessment, Intervention Design, Nature of Cancer, Personal Health, Epidemiology, Public Health Practicum and Internship Experiences Creative and Scholarly Projects include a teen texting program related to health and wellness, prevention and treatment of childhood obesity through educational programs and apps, impact of pedagogy courses on the development of graduate student instructors, the assessment and implementation of teen pregnancy prevention in rural communities, professional development workshops for teachers responsible for sexuality education in their classrooms, the prevention of domestic violence in rural communities, educational programs for middle and high school students on healthy relationships, and community health needs assessment and health improvement plans.
Awards and Honors
- 2017 Distinguished Service Award, Indiana University-Bloomington
- 2015 Founding Dean?s Medallion, School of Public Health-Bloomington
- 2015 Outstanding Service Award, School of Public Health-Bloomington, Indiana University
- 2014 Tony and Mary Hulman Health Achievement Award for Innovative Public Health Programming, Indiana Public Health Association
- 2011 Women Excel Bloomington Award, Bloomington Chamber of Commerce, Bloomington, IN
Students Face Lack of Knowledge on Local Birth Control Options. By Lilly St. Angelo, published on December 8, 2017 in the Indiana Daily Student. http://www.idsnews.com/article/2017/12/cibirthcontrolaccess
Hobson, K.A., Coryn, C., Fierro, L. & Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M. (2019). Instruction of evaluation competencies in Council on Education for Public Health (CEPH) accredited Master of Public Health degree programs. American Journal of Evaluation. https://doi.org/10.1177/1098214019845510
Robinson, J.M., O?Loughlin, V.D., Kearns, K., & Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M. (2019). The graduate course in college pedagogy: survey of instructors of college pedagogy in the United States and Canada. College Teaching. 67:2, 109-119, DOI: 10.1080/87567555.2018.1558171
Mayo, T., Barnes, P., Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M., Reece, M., DeWeese, S., Weiss-Kennedy, C., & Valenta, M.A. (2017). Exploring proxy measures of mutuality for strategic partnership development: a case study. Health Promotion Practice. 18:4, 598-606. https://doi-org.proxyiub.uits.iu.edu/10.1177/1524839917704211
O’Loughlin, V.D., Kearns, K.D., Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M. & Robinson, J.M. (2017). How do we train our future faculty to teach? A multidisciplinary comparison of graduate level pedagogy courses offered at a large Midwestern university. College Teaching. 65:4, 172-181.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/87567555.2017.1333081
Lederer, A.M., Sherwood-Laughlin, C., Kearns, K.D., & O?Loughlin, V.D. (2016). The development and evaluation of a doctoral-level public health pedagogy course for graduate student instructors. College Teaching. 64:1, 19-27, DOI:10.1080/87567555.2015.1064349 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/87567555.2015.1064349
Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M., Angermeier, L., Herbert, P., & Henry, D. (Fall 2014). Topics and content in human sexuality: what are school-based sexuality health educators teaching in the classroom? Indiana Journal for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance.
Herbert, P., Henry, D., Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M., & Angermeier, L. (2014). Teacher and health service staff values regarding sexuality education in an urban school district in Indiana. Electronic Journal of Human Sexuality, 17.
Legislative Tinkering a Distraction on Sex-ed. By Steve Hennefeld, published on February 22, 2018 on School Matters: K-12 Education in Indiana Blog,https://inschoolmatters.wordpress.com/2018/02/22/legislative-tinkering-a-distraction-on-sex-ed/#more-7205 Students Face Lack of Knowledge on Local Birth Control Options. By Lilly St. Angelo, published on December 8, 2017 in the Indiana Daily Student.http://www.idsnews.com/article/2017/12/cibirthcontrolaccess
Kennedy, C., Evans, E. & Laughlin, C.M. (August 2018). Fitness and Wellness: A Way of Life. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL. ISBN-13: 978-1492552666 and ISBN-10: 1492552666. Responsible for writing chapters on Human Sexuality and Reproduction, Addictions, and Cancer. Assisted with chapters on Cardiovascular Disease and Stress Management.
Lederer, A.M. & Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M. (2017). Becoming scholarly teachers: Assigning a pedagogical strategy paper and discussion forum to teach doctoral students about SoTL. In H. Blythe, C. Sweet & R. Carpenter (Eds.), It works for me with SoTL: shared tips for effective teaching. Stillwater, OK: New Forums Press.
Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M. (2014). Promotion of healthy sexuality: childhood. In Encyclopedia of Primary Prevention and Health Promotion 2nd edition, Gullotta, T & Bloom, M. Senior Editors
Draeger, B. (2012).When cancer strikes a friend. R. Abram (Ed). Sherwood-Laughlin, C.M. Chapter 2: Understanding the cancer experience. Skyhorse Publishing, New York, NY.
Editorial Consultant(2010-2011) Intimate relationships and sexual health: a curriculum for teaching adolescents/adults with high-functioning Autism Spectrum Disorders and other social challenges. Written by C. Davies & M. A. Dubie (2011). AAPC Publishing Shawnee Mission, KS. Provided consulting and editing for a teacher?s textbook on teaching methods in human sexuality for students with autism spectrum disorders.