Dr. Mary KramerPage address: http://ahn.mnsu.edu/health/faculty/kramer.html
- Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, Health and Wellness Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
- MPH, Health Education, University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI
- BA, Double Major in Health-Fitness and Biology, Gustavus Adolphus College, St Peter, MN
- MCHES (Master Certified Health Specialist)
Courses Taught/Areas of Concentration/Interests
- HLTH 101 - Health and The Environment
- HLTH 240 - Drug Education
- HLTH 361 - Health Communication and Advocacy
- HLTH 477 - Behavior Change Foundations and Strategies
- WCDP 617 - Principles of Wellness Coaching
Research interests include child and adolescent health, school wellness, tobacco prevention and control, public health policy change and public health advocacy.
(Please note - published research under names of Chace and Kramer)
- Kramer, M., & Stovers, S. (2015). Incorporating clickers for social norms pedagogy. I-Manager’s Journal of Educational Technology, 12(3).
- Chace, M., & Vilvens, H. (2015). Opening the doors for health: School administrators’ perceived benefits, barriers and needs related to shared use of school recreational facilities for physical activity. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 12(7) 1017-1022.
- Chace, M., & Elston, A. (2015). Kids for cooking: Community partners join forces to create an afterschool cooking club for middle-schoolers: One piece of the puzzle to solving the childhood obesity epidemic. Ohio Electronic Middle Level Association Journal: Winter 2015 issue.
- Chace, M., Elston, A., & Moening, K. (2014). An insight into active transportation rates and perceived barriers for walking/biking to school: An Ohio suburban middle school case study. Future Focus. (OAHPERD journal) 35(2), 12-27.
- Stover, S., Bower, R., & Chace, M. (2013). The importance of attending (online) class. National Teacher Education Journal, 6(3), 110-118.
- Chace, M. (Fall/Winter 2012). Monthly wellness challenge: School wellness policies in action. Future Focus. 33(2), 10-21.