Office: Clark C 223
- Health Communication
- Behavior Change Communication (BCC)
- New Media
Department: Anthropology, Art and Art History, Center for Public Deliberation, Communication Studies, Development, Economics, English, Languages, Literatures and Culture, International Studies, Journalism, Sociology, Women's Studies & Gender Research
Souleymane Coulibaly ‘‘Coul” holds a postgraduate diploma (DESS) in Information Education Communication, Behavior Change Communication, Communication for Development (IEC/BCC/C4D) at the Felix Houphouet Boigny University in Ivory Coast. He has been working for more than 10 years in Public Health by preventing HIV/AIDS among youth, mobilizing and educating communities in the use of insecticide-treated bed nets against Malaria, and advocating for Maternal and Child Health Care. Coulibaly is currently a Fulbright student for a Master’s degree in Public Communication & Technology at Colorado State University. His goals are to acquire a higher education in Communication in the U.S and pursue a combined academic and professional career. He is interested in Health Communication, Social and Behavior Change Communication, and New media. He wishes to examine proven methodologies, procedures in Communication Programs that effectively contribute to promote social causes such as healthier behaviors. Coulibaly would like to become a qualified researcher and expert in Health Communication.
DESS (Postgraduate diploma) in IEC/BCC/C4D at Felix Houphouet Boigny University in Ivory Coast