Jeremy A. Howell, MS
Adjunct Faculty, Healthcare
Falls Church, Virginia
Navy Medical Service Corps Manpower Planner. Doctoral candidate. Guitar player.
- Master of Health Administration, U.S. Army-Baylor University (2010)
- Bachelor of Science in Technical Management, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (2006)
Jeremy was commissioned in April of 2008 as an Ensign in the Navy's Medical Service Corps after spending 10 years as a Hospital Corpsman. He is stationed at Naval Hospital Bremerton, Washington where he served as head, human resources department and currently serves as the command’s Medical Inspector General Action Officer. He has orders to the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery in Falls Church, Virginia where he will report in June of 2013 as the Medical Service Corps' Manpower Planner.
He accepted at position as adjunct faculty at Colorado Technical University (CTU) in 2011 where he has taught a wide variety of healthcare administration-related courses. He also serves on various committees designed to improve the educational experiences of students at CTU. He recently completed constructing HCI 490, a capstone course in health informatics.
Jeremy is currently enrolled at A. T. Still University where is working on completing a doctorate in health administration.
Academic Specialization/Focus at CTU
Why are YOU IN?
I came from a small town in Alaska and joined the Navy at a young age with nothing by the clothes on my back. I pursued higher education to create a better life for myself and my family. I'm "IN" because I want to show our students that anything is possible if they put their mind to it and stay motivated. There are no limits to success if students are committed to their education.
What is your teaching philosophy?
With every opportunity comes responsibility. I encourage each and every one of CTU's current and prospective students to stay the course. I always tell my students that if college were easy, everyone would have a degree, and that clearly isn't the case. Challenge and push yourself outside of what you normally would consider your comfort zone, you will thank yourself for it in the future.
Aside from higher education, what else are you passionate about?
Playing guitar, reading and spending time with my family
Fellow, American College of Healthcare Executives
- Health Policy
- Healthcare Administration