Dr. Susan Cardenas Associate Professor Dr. Susan Cardenas is an associate professor at New Mexico State University. Dr. Cardenas has served the community in this role since 1996. She has won numerous awards for her service over the years, and is a past recipient of the NMSU Donald C. Roush Award for Teaching Excellence, and of the Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Health and Social Services—Department of Public Health Sciences.
Dr. Susan Cardenas, New Mexico State University Dr. Susan Cardenasis a College Associate Professor at New Mexico State University in the Department of Public Health Sciences. Dr. Cardenas has been teaching at the university since 1996. She is also a Program Manager and Co-Pl for the department’s Success with Adolescent Goals Program, also known as SWAG. Dr. Cardenas enjoys working with students in their academic endeavors.
Dr. Susan Cardenas, Associate Professor, NMSU Dr. Susan Cardenas has been a faculty member of the Department of Public Health Sciences at New Mexico State University since 1996. Dr. Cardenas’ areas of interest include sexuality education for children and youth, women’s health, maternal and child health, curriculum and program planning and evaluation, and grant writing. Dr. Cardenas also works in community outreach, health education, research, and writing.
Dr. Susan Cardenas, New Mexico Professor Dr. Susan Cardenas has taught at New Mexico State University since 1996 as an Associate Professor. Over the years, she has exhibited a dedication and commitment to higher education that has benefitted countless students over the years. Dr. Cardenas teaches online and on campus courses in the undergraduate and graduate level programs. She specializes in health education and is responsible for the development of health education programs, materials and training curricula.