College of Health Sciences
Dr. Renger (Foltysova) is a DrPH graduate from University of Arizona, College of Public Health.
She currently serves as a core faculty member in the DrPH and Ph.D. Public Health programs in the College of Health Sciences at Walden University and has served in this role since April 2014. She has experience teaching both face-to-face classes as well as distance-education (online) classes. For example, during her studies at the University of Arizona, she assisted with developing and teaching online graduate evaluation classes. She also taught a face-to-face graduate family violence course at the University of Arizona. At the Masaryk University (Czech Republic), she supervised Master level students in the Department of Social Work and Social Politics. She also served on Master Thesis supervisory committee. In addition to her academic background in sociology, social work, social politics, and public health, she has extensive experience with evaluation projects, conducted in the United States, the Czech Republic, Peru and Kosovo. Her area of specialization is theory-driven evaluation and program theory reconstruction. She co-authored several peer-reviewed articles on evaluation theory and is a member of several professional associations.