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What is Health and Human Development?

Diverse fields of study that share one
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Seoki Lee
Professor of Hospitality Management
Chair, Sustainability Council
814-863-7442 | leeseoki@psu.edu

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Instructor & Director of The Joe Humphreys Fly Fishing Program
Summary Statement

George has been teaching and guiding Fly Fishing since age 18. He has coached the US Youth and Adult Fly Fishing Teams, written several best-selling fly-fishing books, and is a frequent contributor to Fly Fisherman Magazine and other national fly-fishing publications.

Department
  • Kinesiology - KINES
Director, Pennsylvania Office of Rural Health,
Outreach Associate Professor
Department
  • Health Policy and Administration - HPA
Teaching Professor of Biobehavioral Health
Co-Chair, Sustainability Council
Summary Statement

I am interested in the cultural, environmental and social factors that influence individual and societal-level health; particularly how the arts, especially music, nature, social justice and inequality affect the health of individuals and their communities.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health - BBH
Assistant Teaching Professor
Summary Statement

Joanna teaches in the Undergraduate Nutrition and Dietetics Program and uses kinetic modeling to investigate the tissue-specific metabolism of dietary bioactive components in humans. She has training in micronutrient metabolism, clinical nutrition, and kinetic modeling.

Department
  • Nutritional Sciences - NUTR
Associate Professor of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management and Anthropology
Director, Dual-title Transdisciplinary Research on Environment and Society (TREES)
Director, Intercollegiate Minor in Sustainability Leadership (SUSLD)
Summary Statement

My research interests focus on biodiversity conservation, sustainable community development, and nature-based tourism. I explore these themes through the lenses of environmental anthropology, the anthropology of tourism, and conservation psychology.

Department
  • Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management - RPTM
Assistant Dean for Operations
Summary Statement

Oversees the college's Communications & Marketing, Information Systems & Services, and Facilities functions. 

Department
  • Administration
Administrative Support Coordinator
Department
  • Health and Human Development
Professor of Hospitality Management
Chair, Sustainability Council
Summary Statement

My research focuses on corporate social responsibility, sustainability, internationalization, diversification, franchising, and top management team from the strategic perspective.

Department
  • Hospitality Management - HM/SHM
Associate Professor of Kinesiology, Philosophy, and Bioethics
Summary Statement

Francisco Javier López Frías  researches sports ethics and human enhancement, but is also interested in political philosophy, normative ethics, and applied ethics. 

Department
  • Kinesiology - KINES
Assistant teaching professor
Internship director
Faculty liaison, HDFS APG
Summary Statement

Marc McCann's priority is to prepare undergraduate students for internships and careers in human services via coursework (455, 490, 495A, 495B) and connections with alumni and other professionals in the field.

Department
  • Human Development and Family Studies - HDFS
EHS Coordinator
Department
  • Facilities
Academic Adviser
Summary Statement

Skylar is the academic adviser for the Shaver's Creek and RPTM undergraduate programs.

Department
  • Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management - RPTM
Senior Administrative Assistant
Summary Statement

Elaina is primarily responsible for promotions and tenure administrative tasks and coordination, facilities coordination, CCURE swipe access and key distribution, social media postings, website updates, job postings and new hire paperwork.

Department
  • Biobehavioral Health - BBH