Faculty bios

Health Sciences

Jennifer Deranek

Jenny Deranek, PhD, LAT, ATC has a doctorate in Educational Leadership from Western Michigan University. She holds a Master's of Kinesiology degree from the University of Virginia and a Bachelor's of Arts in Athletic Training degree from Albion College. Dr. Deranek continues to practice as a clinical athletic trainer and also was the Program Director of Girls on the Run Michiana from 2013-2018. Dr. Deranek teaches in the Health Promotion, Rehabilitation Sciences, and Sport and Exercise Science programs and enjoys sharing her knowledge and passion for healthcare and especially enjoys encouraging students through personal/professional development.

Northside Hall 448
Phone: 574.520.4660
E-mail: jenderan@iusb.edu

Carmen Dielman

Dr. Dielman is a Senior Lecturer with the Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences at Indiana University South Bend. She has a doctorate in Health Sciences with a concentration in Global Health from Nova Southeastern University and is a Licensed Dental Hygienist. Dr. Dielman teaches in the Health Promotion and Dental Education programs and is the Coordinator for the Bachelors of Science in Applied Health Science online degree. Her teaching interests include global health, environmental health, intercultural health communication, and culture and diversity. Dr. Dielman has a passion for learning, healthcare, and serving others. In addition, she has led and participated in numerous mission and service learning trips to Haiti, providing dental care and preventive education, and setting up ongoing, sustainable dental clinics.

Northside Hall 454
Phone: 574.520.4154
E-mail: cdielman@iusb.edu

Andrew Doyle

Andrew T. Doyle, PhD, LAT, AT, CSCS, Astym-Cert earned his doctoral degree from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions in Provo, Utah. Dr. Doyle started his educational journey at Indiana Wesleyan University earning his bachelor's of science degree in Athletic Training. In addition, Dr. Doyle earned his master's degree from Western Michigan University in Physical Education while running an Athletic Training Clinic at Gull Lake High School in Richland, Michigan. Clinically, Dr. Doyle has worked with high school, college, and semi-professional athletes. He enjoys conducting research and has published in many peer-reviewed journals, been a reviewer of Athletic Training textbooks, and has shared his experiences while serving on Athletic Training boards. Dr. Doyle has taught across many levels of education including bachelor's, post-professional master's, professional master's, clinical doctorate, and academic doctorate. Most importantly, Dr. Doyle is a husband to Jill and father to Macalister and Marshall. The Doyle family enjoys camping, cycling, and the great outdoors!

Northside Hall 409
Phone: 574.520.4619
Email: doyleand@iu.edu

Jennifer Hatfield

Jennifer Hatfield

Jennifer Hatfield MHS, ccc/slp-L has a Master of Health Sciences degree from Governor’s State University, a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Valparaiso University. In addition, she holds The American Speech Language Hearing Association’s Clinical Competence Certificate {CCC} and is licensed by the Indiana Speech Language Pathology and Audiology Board. Jennifer continues to manage and work clinically in her private practice of over 20 years, collaborating with many local health professionals, and will begin coursework for her doctoral degree in fall of 2018. She teaches courses in the Health Sciences concentration of Speech Language Pathology as well as general Health Sciences courses. In addition, as many of her students will tell you, she is passionate about growth mindset, student success, professionalism and inter-professional education/collaboration.

Northside Hall 421
Phone: 574.520.4258
E-mail: jenmhatf@iu.edu

Dawn Hopkins

Dawn Hopkins is an Assistant Clinical Professor with the Vera Z. Dwyer College of Health Sciences at Indiana University South Bend. She completed her Master of Science in Exercise Physiology at Oregon State University and her Ph.D. in Cell and Molecular Biology at the University of Notre Dame. Her teaching interests include biostatistics, public and community health, and exercise physiology. She strives to provide skills to students which allow them to read, understand, and apply research to solve ongoing population health problems.

Northside Hall 413
Phone: 574.520.4691
Email: dawhopki@iusb.edu

Kristyn Quimby

Kristyn Quimby

Kristyn Quimby, DHEd, RDH, CHES(r) is a Senior Clinical Lecturer, General Education Co-Director, and Assistant Dean in the School of Applied Health Sciences within the Dwyer College of Health Sciences. She has an Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene, Bachelor of General Studies, and Master of Liberal Studies from Indiana University South Bend, as well as a Doctorate of Health Education (2018) from A.T. Still University. She is a Registered Dental Hygienist and Certified Health Education Specialist (r). Her interests and passion focus on the intersection of health education, culture, community outreach, and service. Previous awards and recognitions include 2010 Distinguished Alumna from the IU South Bend Dental Hygiene Program; 2015 Recognition for Outstanding Achievements to the Division of Dental Education for her work as Program Director; 2016 Partnership Matters award from the Area Health Education Centers for her work with Operation Smile, a dental outreach event for veterans; and 2016-17 Educator of the Year from Student Life at IU South Bend. She teaches Community Assessment and Program Planning, Evaluation of Health Promotion Programs, and Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: Belize and Costa Rica.

Northside Hall 458
Phone: 574.520.4405
Email: quimbyk@iusb.edu