Felipe I. Agudelo, PhD, MPH Hear my name
Diversity and Inclusion Specialist IV
Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine
Diversity & Inclusion

PhD, Depaul University
MPH, Universidad De Antioquia
BE/BEng, Universidad De Antioquia

Experienced Educator and Public Health Practitioner with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry and health sector. Skilled in Quantitative and Qualitative Research, Research Design, and Teaching. Strong public health professional and educator, with a PhD - Curriculum Studies from DePaul University - Chicago, and a MPH from the National School of Public Health - University of Antioquia (Colombia). His research and professional interests include, curriculum design and evaluation, the School-to-Prison Pipeline, youth incarceration, and how social media shapes and affects the perception and attitudes towards race, immigrants and public health.

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  1. Cole D, Agudelo F, Massenburg N, Lipiner T. "My God Has Not Spoken”: A Qualitative Study of HIV Management Experiences Among African American Women. JBSR. 2023; 9(3-4):209 -237. View Publication
  2. Agudelo F. Faith Discourses in the Context of Racial Tension: Black Lives Matter and its Counter-Movements. Journal of Media and Religion. 2023; 22(1):17-28. View Publication
  3. Agudelo F, Olbrych N. It’s Not How You Say It, It’s What You Say: Ambient Digital Racism and Racist discourses on Twitter. SM+S. 2022; 8(3):1-9. View Publication
  4. Agudelo F, Cole D, Gallant S, Mabee C. Restorative Justice and the School-to-Prison Pipeline: A Conceptual Framework to Address Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality. Children and Schools. 2021; 43(3):141-148.
  5. Agudelo F. Ethics: a Multiple Look. Environmental Ethics. Corporacion Universitaria Lasallista. Caldas, Colombia. 2010; 87-97.
  6. Agudelo F . Environmental Risks and Public Health in a Displaced Community in Medellin: The Case of La Divisa. Journal of Public Health Universidad del Norte. 2009; 25(2):197-204.
  7. Cardona A, Sierra R, Serrano L, Agudelo F. Guide of primary sources from the Antioquia and Medellín Historic Archive for the project “Building a Public Health Thought. University of Antioquia. Medellin, Colombia. 2008.
  8. Cardona A, Sierra R, Serrano L, Agudelo F. Corpses, Cemeteries and Public Health at the Virreinato of Nueva Granada. University of Antioquia. Medellin, Colombia. 2008.

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Bar chart showing 8 publications over 6 distinct years, with a maximum of 2 publications in 2008 and 2023


2012 DePaul University, Chicago, IL: Meister Scholarship
2006 University of Antioquia, Medellin, Colombia: Economic Stimulus Graduate Student
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