Dr. Scheib is a global consultant, lecturer, and scholar. Her consulting includes research, evaluation, organizational and community development, humanitarian intervention, social work, and global health programming for universities, NGOs, and multi-lateral agencies. Her scholarship involves the study of community level interventions in the lives of displaced and disadvantaged groups, specializing in participatory methods, action research, ethnography, and evaluation. Dr. Scheib has conducted curriculum review, course design, and teaching in post-graduate level courses in psychosocial health, development, nonprofit management, global health, program design, monitoring and evaluation, complex emergencies, social and behavioral theory, social change theories, and international social work for universities in the United States and United Kingdom.
Articles About Dr. Scheib
Alumni Spotlight, Fall/Winter 2009: http://www.sph.umich.edu/hbhe/alumni/fall09/alumni.html
Tulane Global Health Magazine, Spring/Summer 2010: Doctoral Student Heads Local Schweitzer Program http://www.sph.tulane.edu/publichealth/about/upload/GHnewsSpSum10_4.pdf