Erin Strutz is the Academic Support Coordinator for the Colorado School of Public Health at Colorado State University. Erin discovered her passion for working with students during her graduate work in Health and Exercise Science at Colorado State University. She enjoys getting to know students and helping them to achieve personal and professional success. Her background in Biobehavioral Health and Health and Exercise Science also lends to her role in the Colorado School of Public Health, and she enjoys learning about student and faculty projects and research in the world of health and wellness. Erin earned her MS in Health and Exercise Science from CSU in 2013 where her research focused on physical activity among elementary-aged children. She has also worked as a Research Coordinator at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine and as an Academic Advisor at Aims Community College. Erin has volunteered as an English as a Second Language tutor for the Mid-state Literacy Council in Pennsylvania and as a community mentor for Partners Mentoring Youth in Fort Collins.
Erin joined the Colorado School of Public Health in July of 2016. Her role focuses foremost on student development and success. She helps students to choose relevant courses for their particular degree path, supports students in their academic endeavors, connects students to campus resources, and ensures that students are working toward the requirements for successful graduation.