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Assistant Professor, Department of Educational Psychology, College of Education
Expertise: Research focuses on the dissemination and implementation of empirically supported practices (ESPs) for children with disruptive behavior, trauma, anxiety and depression in community settings.
Professor of Surgery, Department of Surgery and Perioperative Care, Dell Medical School
+1 512 495 5067
Expertise: management of patients with arthritis of the hip and knee, health policy and health care services research, healthcare technology assessment, cost-effectiveness analysis, shared medical decision making, and value-based payment and delivery models
Director, Athletic Training Program
+1 512 471 1273, +1 512 471 9885
Expertise: Serves as Director of the Athletic Training Education Program and specializes in sports medicine, training athletes, athletic injuries, strength and conditioning, and sports rehabilitation.
Associate Dean for Doctoral Education, School of Social Work
+1 512 471 0533
Expertise: School mental health, Solution-focused Brief Therapy, dropout prevention, at-risk youth, research on how to design schools that promote achievement and a safe, respectful and violent free culture.
Research Engineering/ Scientist Associate III, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
+1 512 471 9879
Expertise: Research focuses on biomarkers underlying lifestyle behaviors, metabolic health, and chronic disease in at-risk populations.
Research Assistant Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
+1 512 232 6027
Expertise: Jowers directs three major grant projects, including the Texas Initiatives for Children's Activity & Nutrition (I-CAN!) project, the Women, Infants & Children (WIC) Retention and Engagement Study, and the PMATS/Walk Texas! Project. Texas I-CAN! is an obesity prevention project that aims to increase both physical activity and healthy eating in elementary school children. This project is currently funded through the National Institutes of Health/ Eunice Kennedy Shriver Center for Child Development.The goal is to train elementary school teachers to incorporate physical activity into their academic lessons daily and to evaluate the corresponding physical activity changes and academic impact on the participating children. This is a 5-year project that will recruit 30 elementary schools within Central Texas. Jowers was part of the creation and refinement of this program since 2001 and has extensive experience working with children, elementary school teachers, and independent school districts. The WIC Engagement and Retention Study is funded by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS)/WIC State Office to examine both quantitatively and qualitatively the factors that influence participant engagement and retention in the program. PMATS/Walk Texas! is funded by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS)/Texas Diabetes Council/Program to provide diabetes prevention and technical assistance/expertise to state-funded community diabetes prevention projects. Additionally, Dr. Jowers manages the online reporting system, termed the Program Management and Tracking System, for the Texas Department of State and Health Services. This system tracks clinical outcomes across various programs (physical activity, nutrition, diabetes self management) to determine the impact of the programs on diabetes prevention and control across the state of Texas.
Associate Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
+1 512 232 3565
Expertise: Research foci are (a) measurement and assessment in physical activity settings using technology; (b) fitness education and health-related fitness knowledge testing; and (c) healthy lifestyle promotion among university students and technologies
Assistant Professor of Instruction, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
+1 512 232 4351
Expertise: Addressing overweight & obesity, specifically through examining how the physical and social environment influences nutrition-related behavior. Tobacco prevention among college students.
Lecturer, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
+1 512 232 5846
Expertise: Effects of the built and social environment on health behaviors Neighborhood-based physical activity among adults and children Active travel for adults and children
Assistant Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, College of Education
Expertise: Her research and teaching interests focus on understanding, questioning, and furthering the relationship between public schools and the health and renewal of democracy. Professor Payne's work as a teacher educator and researcher seeks to better prepare and support elementary teachers as democratic educators who can create more equitable classrooms and learning experiences for all students to see themselves as able and active members of our democratic society. Currently, her work in social studies education focuses on the civic lives of young children and aims to promote recognition of the every day civic actions in which young children engage.
Dean, School of Nursing, Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, School of Nursing
+1 512 232 4764, +1 512 471 4100
Expertise: Health promotion, chronic illness, disability, multiple sclerosis; rehabilitation, post-polio syndrome, fibromyalgia
Professor of Population Health, Department of Population Health, Dell Medical School
+1 512 495 5006
Expertise: Population Health, Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, Medical Informatics, Big Data, Data Analytics/Epidemiology, New Models of Care, General Internal Medicine, Primary Care, Hospital Medicine, Health Services/Systems Research, Global Health
Professor, Department of Kinesiology and Health Education, College of Education
+1 512 471 0993, +1 512 471 0995
Expertise: Specializes in the history of strength and conditioning, doping, women and sport, and physical culture; directs the Ph.D. program in Physical Culture and Sport Studies and the Masters program in Sport Management.