Natalie DeWitt, PhD

Director of Bachelor of Health Science Program, Assistant Professor
Intermodal Transit Facility (ITF) 116, Hillsboro Campus

PhD in Health Behavior from Indiana University-Bloomington School of Public Health

Teaching areas of interest: disaster preparedness, anthropology, food and culture, program planning, community health education, leadership, research design, qualitative research methods, career development

Research areas of interest: interpretative phenomenological analysis (IPA), anthropology of food, food identity practices, food & popular culture, digital representations of food, health behaviors of online gamers, digital culture, collective impact approaches to health and wellness, and disaster preparedness

Service areas of interest: tobacco free campuses, campus food pantries, community gardens, community disaster preparedness

Curriculum Vitae