Dr. Rachel Yoho receives Rising Star Award from the UF Center for Teaching Excellence

The Rising Star Awards recognize faculty for their commitment to ongoing educational improvements and excellence. Rising Star faculty participate in professional development of teaching activities through the Center for Teaching Excellence. Visit the Rising Star Requirements page to learn more.

Dr. Rachel Yoho, Ph.D.

• Passport to Great Teaching for New Faculty Certificate Recipient
• Crucial Conversations Training Completer
• #NoWallsTeaching Champion
• Created a Resource to be Shared with the UF Teaching Community

Dr. Rachel Yoho teaches environmental health and global public health courses. She developed and teaches a new course, “Climate Change, the Environment, and the Future of Public Health.” Dr. Yoho is strongly committed to helping students develop their communication skills, particularly to align their communication strategies with the target audience, whether technical or non-technical. She is also invested in diversity, equity, and inclusion research and engagement in the classroom and the workplace.

View other recipients on the UF Center for Teaching Excellence here.

Rachel A Yoho
Department: Department of Environmental and Global Health

Rachel A Yoho PhD

Clinical Assistant Professor
Phone: (352) 273-6166