Michelle D'Abundo, Ph.D.
Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration
Dr. Michelle Lee D'Abundo is faculty at Seton Hall University in the Department of Interprofessional Health Sciences and Health Administration. She is a certified Energy Leadership Index™ Master Practitioner (ELI-MP) and a Certified Health Education Specialist. She currently teaches in the Master in Health Administration Program and PhD program in Health Sciences. Dr. D'Abundo earned her PhD in Adult Education from the University of Georgia, Master of Health at University of North Florida, and Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from American University. Dr. D'Abundo previously served as an Associate Professor in Public Health Studies at University of North Carolina Wilmington and as School Health Education Program Director at Salisbury University. Dr. D'Abundo has published many articles and book chapters on well-being, promotion of mindfulness, online learning, and exercise motivation. Dr. D'Abundo is committed to the promotion of lifespan and well-being through individual and organizational change, community development, and social justice.
- Ph.D., University of Georgia
- M.S.H., University of North Florida
- B.A., American University
"Perceived wellness, exercise motivation, and relative autonomy among college students"
Health Behavior and Policy Review, 1(5), 373-380, September 2014
Mindfulness in adult and community health education
In Wang, V.C.X. (ed.), Adult and Community Health Education: Tools, Trends, and Methodologies. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, September 2014
Online well-being focused curriculums; A new approach to teaching and learning for K-20 health education
In Wang, V.C.X. (ed.), Education and Technology in a Changing Society. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, September 2014
"College students perceived wellness among online, face-to-face, and hybrid formats of a lifetime physical activity and wellness course "
American Journal of Health Education, 44 (5), 252-25, September 2013
"Growing wellness": The possibility of promoting collective wellness through community garden education programs
Community Development: Journal of Community Development Society, 39,(4) 83-9, September 2009