Healthy People Healthy Places (UNST 234)

SINQ DESCRIPTION

This course introduces the Healthy People/Healthy Places cluster. This sophomore inquiry will examine the nature and state of healthy individuals in their various environments. A dynamic approach will be used to study the places in which people live and interact, such as the community, the workplace, and the natural environment. Topics
will focus on ways to solve and prevent problems that may affect the health and wellbeing of the individual, the local environment, and/or the global community. Individual behavior change, social policies, community development, and social responsibility will be explored.


JUNIOR CLUSTER DESCRIPTION

This cluster examines the nature and state of healthy individuals in their various environments. A dynamic approach will be used to study the places in which people live and interact, such as the community, the workplace, and the natural environment. Topics will focus on ways to solve and prevent problems that may affect the health and wellbeing of the individual, the local environment, and/or the global community. Individual behavior change, social policies, community development, and social responsibility may be emphasized.


Featured Pathways

Minors:

  • Aging Services
  • Community Development
  • Community Health
  • Real Estate Development
  • Sustainable Urban Development

Healthy People/Healthy Places Cluster Courses

Healthy People/Healthy Places Learning Outcomes

Cluster Coordinator: 
Ashley-Nicole Browning, M.P.H., Instructor of Community Health
aabrow@pdx.edu
Office Number: 
URBN 450 B
PSU Phone: 
503-725-5189