July 31, 2014
Rosenkranz, Doll, Heinrich present research
Faculty members in the College of Human Ecology were invited to give a variety of research lectures this summer nationally and internationally. Among them are:
- Sara Rosenkranz, assistant professor of human nutrition, lectured at the School of Medicine at University of Western Sydney, Australia, on "Physical activity, sedentary behavior, diet, and health outcomes: where do we stand?"
- Gayle Doll, associate professor and director of the Center on Aging, presented the keynote address on "Sexuality and Long-term Care" at a sexuality and dementia conference sponsored by Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire in June. She also participated in a session on communication with family members and a panel on "ask the experts."
- Katie M. Heinrich, assistant professor of kinesiology, presented "The Built Environment and Obesity" online recently for a George Washington University, Washington D.C., session on physical activity and obesity interventions.