Denise Seabert, PhD, MCHES, FASHA, is Professor and Chairperson in the Department of Physiology & Health Science at Ball State University. Her teaching and scholarship focus on the preparation of school health educators, both preservice and inservice. She is a member of the CDC’s Training Tools for Healthy Schools: Promoting Health and Academic Success national training cadre and has served the profession as a member of NCHEC’s Division Board for Certified Health Education Specialists, past Associate Editor – Teaching Techniques for the Journal of School Health, and the American School Health Association Board of Directors. She recently received ASHA’s Distinguished Service Award and the Ball State University Outstanding Faculty Service Award in recognition of these contributions.
Dr. Seabert received her BAEd in School Health Education from Western Washington University, MS in School and College Health from Indiana University, and PhD in Health Behavior with a minor in Curriculum from the University of Florida.
Travel is a priority for Dr. Seabert and her family. In Fall 2010, she and her family spent the semester with Ball State students in London – truly a life-changing experience. Her three boys fill her life with time spent with soccer, swimming, gymnastics, and other fun things growing boys do. Her favorite place to spend time with her husband and boys is their Michigan lake cottage.
Department of Physiology & Health Science
Ball State University
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Muncie, IN 47306