Public Health and Recreation Professions Faculty
Juliane Poock Wallace
Interim Chair, Public Health and Recreation Professions and Chair of Kinesiology
Education Ph.D. Iowa State University (Exercise Physiology), 2004 M.S. Iowa State University (Exercise Physiology/Biomechanics), 2000 B.S., Concordia University (Biology), 1993 About Dr. Wallace Dr. Wallace is an Associate Professor of Exercise Science and current Exercise Science Program ...read full profile >>
Senior Lecturer, 2005
Training and development of leisure services employees, factors affecting employee retention, planning and designing of recreational facilities, facilitation of therapeutic and inclusive programs for people with disabilities, and fieldwork placement and supervision.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, M.S., Illinois State University, B.S.
Aaron J Diehr
- Racial and ethnic health disparities
- Social determinants of health
- Sexual health
- PhD, University of Toledo
- MA, DePaul University
- BA, The Ohio State University
Jun Kim, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, 2014
- Psychological / Therapeutic effects of scenic beauty combined with musical or natural sounds
- Leisure philosophy
- Evaluation in leisure services, Local tourism, International program development
- University of Utah, Ph.D.
- University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, M.S.
- Université de Limoges, M.A.
- Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, B.S.
Assistant Professor of Public Health
Dr. Justin McDaniel, an assistant professor of public health, is interested in leveraging geographic information systems (GIS) to illuminate and solve mental and physical health problems among vulnerable populations using publicly available datasets from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the United States Census Bureau. His research has been presented at the annual meetings of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, the American Public Health Association, and the Society for Public Health Education, and has been published in journals such as PLoS ONE, Global Health Promotion, and the Journal of Veteran Studies. Dr. McDaniel has taught courses in epidemiology, biostatistics, and public health program evaluation, and has been an active member of the American Public Health Association since 2015.
- Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, 2016
- M.B.A., Eastern Illinois University, 2012
- B.B.A., University of Illinois, Springfield, 2010
Doctor of Philosophy in health education, Southern Illinois University
Roberta J. Ogletree
Foundations of health education, school and college health education, curriculum, women's health, human sexuality education, professional preparation.
Indiana University, H.S.D., Bowling Green State University, M.S., Eastern Illinois University, B.S.
Brian M. Rice
First Aid and CPR, health and workplace safety, injury control, occupational health and safety, stress management.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, M.S., B.S.
Kathleen J Welshimer
Associate Professor, 1990-Emerita
Community organizing, women's and children's health, social-psychological perspectives, community assessment and planning process, risk perception and health communications.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ph.D., M.S.P.H., B.A.
Clinical Assistant Professor, 1998
First aid and advanced first aid concepts, environmental health, sexuality, international health, emotional health and aging.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, Ph.D., M.S., B.S.