Mariah Kateland Zeigler, D.V.M., M.P.H., DACVPM

Assistant Professor
Glendale, AZ

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About

Dr. Mariah K. Zeigler is an Assistant Professor in the Master of Public Health (M.P.H.) Program. She is the course director for the Environmental and Occupational Health course and aids in delivery of the M.P.H. degree program in Global One Health at Midwestern University’s Glendale, AZ and Downers Grove, IL campuses. Dr. Zeigler earned a Bachelor of Science in Animal Bio-Science with Honors in Veterinary Science from The Pennsylvania State University in 2005 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. In 2007, Dr. Zeigler was the recipient of a United States Air Force Health Professional Scholarship Program (HPSP) scholarship. After graduating from veterinary school, she served in the United States Air Force as a Public Health Officer. Following honorable separation in 2013, Dr. Zeigler practiced companion animal medicine while completing her M.P.H. for Practicing Veterinarians from the University of Iowa. She earned her M.P.H. in 2017 and became a Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine (DACVPM) that same year. Dr. Zeigler joined the faculty at Midwestern University in February 2020.

Title
Assistant Professor

Campus
Glendale, AZ

College
College of Graduate Studies - AZ
College of Veterinary Medicine
College of Graduate Studies - IL

Department
College of Graduate Studies

Program
Master of Public Health (M.P.H.)
Veterinary Medicine

Call My
Office

623-537-6604

Send Me
a Message

mzeigler@midwestern.edu

Education

| 2017 | DACVPM
University of Iowa | 2017 | M.P.H.
Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine | 2009 | D.V.M.
Pennsylvania State University
Honors in Veterinary Science | 2005 | B.S.

Courses Taught

PUBHG 515 Environmental and Occupational health, Course Director

PUBHG 510 Introduction to Public Health

PUBHG 511 Introduction to the M.P.H. Project and Practicum