Listen to the Podcast Health and Human Science Matters
Find out how research is impacting human health in the College of Health and Human Sciences research podcast, “Health and Human Science Matters,” a collection of lively, engaging conversations with members of the college community.
The hosts of the podcast are Avery Martin, digital media strategist and podcast producer, and Matt Hickey, associate dean for research and graduate studies, in CSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences.
While the main goal of the podcast is to highlight the amazing research taking place in the College, the conversations in the podcast revolve around the exploration of who someone is, exploring how they got interested in their research subject, what brought them to CSU, and what they love about working at a land-grant institution.
Construction Management: Chris Harper, associate professor
Design and Merchandising: Sonali Diddi, associate professor
Food Science and Human Nutrition: Tiffany Weir, associate professor
Health and Exercise Science: Neha Lodha, assistant professor
Human Development and Family Studies: Manfred Diehl, professor
Occupational Therapy: Arlene Schmid, professor
School of Education: Jill Zarestky, assistant professor
School of Social Work: Samantha Brown, assistant professor
Dean’s Fellow Ph.D. student: Aly Cavalier, Health and Exercise Science
Special Guest: Lise Youngblade, dean
Construction Management: Rodolfo Valdes Vasquez, associate professor
Design and Merchandising: Laura Malinin, associate professor
Food Science and Human Nutrition: Chris Melby, professor
Health and Exercise Science: Heather Leach, associate professor
Human Development and Family Studies: Gloria Luong, associate professor
Occupational Therapy: Patti Davies, professor
School of Education: Vincent Basile, associate professor
School of Social Work: Paula Yuma, associate professor
Dean’s Fellow Ph.D. student: Reagan Miller, Human Development and Family Studies
Special Guest: Sue VandeWoude, One Health Institute Director