Public Health Education for Peers

Public Health Education for Peers is a peer-based program designed to help students navigate living in a pandemic as safely as possible. Stiles is lucky to have two PHEP’s who are here to help answer questions, help plan safe social events, explain the community compact, help resolve conflicts surrounding the pandemic among suitemates/friends and more! PHEPs are a resource to students and student groups to learn how to keep the community and individuals safe.

Nareen Barwari

Nareen is a junior political science major who is really passionate about protecting the city of New Haven and making sure that we are all able to stay on campus this semester. She is excited for her role as a PHEP so she can help her classmates in the Stiles community feel the pride of being a moose while at the same time protecting everyone in the herd. Please reach out to her if you have any questions or concerns no matter how big or small!

Veronica Galimberti

Veronica, avid spike ball player and pre-med Yalie, is first and foremost a fellow Stilesian at heart. As an MCDB major, she has found her passion in Immunology research and Public Health. Veronica is delighted to help the Stiles herd navigate these new ways of campus life and help promote a happy and safe atmosphere on campus in these crazy COVID times.

Jaida Morgan

My name is Jaida Morgan, I use she/her/hers pronouns, and I am a sophomore majoring in Molecular, Cellullar, & Developmental Biology. I’m excited to be the sophomore PHEP in Stiles, and one of my main goals as sophomore PHEP is to help reunite and reignite previous bonds in our class that may have been weakened or lost during our time away from campus. I plan to do this in the safest way possible, thinking of creative ideas, most of them happening over Zoom.