Holly Moses, Ph.D., CHES

Lecturer, Internship Coordinator
Department of Health Education & Behavior

  • Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction, University of Florida (2013)
  • M.S. in Health Education, University of Florida (2005)
  • B.S. in Health Education, University of Florida (2003)

Moses CV

Contact Info

P.O. Box 118210
Gainesville, FL 32611-8210


Dr. Holly T. Moses received her Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the College of Education at the University of Florida in 2013. A Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES), Dr. Moses holds both a master’s degree in health science education, as well as a bachelor’s degree in health science education from the University of Florida.  Dr. Moses is currently a Lecturer in the Department of Health Education and Behavior (HEB), and serves as the internship coordinator for the HEB undergraduate degree program.  Additionally, Dr. Moses is the coordinator for the HEB online MS degree program, which will have its inaugural class during the fall 2017 term.

Dr. Moses is a member of several professional organizations including National Eta Sigma Gamma, the American School Health Association, and the Society for Public Health Educators. Dr. Moses is currently serving in the second year of a six-year term for National Eta Sigma Gamma Board of Directors -two years each as Vice President, President, and Past President.  At the University level, Dr. Moses serves as faculty sponsor for the Alpha Lambda chapter of Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG), as well as the School Health Interdisciplinary Program (SHIP).

Dr. Moses’ primary research and instructional areas of interest include: professional preparation and career development for health education majors; health education advocacy; foundations of health education and health promotion; community health; school health; child/adolescent health issues; bullying and cyberbullying; hazing and victimization. The title of Dr. Moses’ dissertation: Relationship between the Processes of Moral Disengagement and Youth Perceptions of Cyberbullying Behaviors during Their Final Semester of High School.

Research Interests

  • Child and adolescent health
  • Bullying and cyberbullying
  • Curriculum design and instruction
  • Health advocacy
  • Professional preparation and career development of health professionals


  • HSC3201: Community and Environmental Health
  • HSC3301: Health Education Methods in Elementary Schools
  • HSC4233: Patient Health Education
  • HSC4800: Health Education Professional Development
  • HSC4813: Practicum in Health Education
  • HSC4876: Internship in Health Education
  • HSC4950: Youth Health Issues
  • HSC6037: Philosophy and Principles of Health Education
  • HSC6235: Patient Health Education