Sara Oswalt

Sara Oswalt

Associate Professor

Kinesiology, Health, and Nutrition


Office: MB 3.412

Telephone: 210.458.6227

Email: sara.oswalt@utsa.edu


Bio

Dr. Sara B. Oswalt attended Pennsylvania State University, Indiana University, and University of Georgia for her undergraduate and graduate degrees. She worked as a college health educator for eight years, spending six of those years as the sexual health coordinator for The University of Georgia.

Joining the UTSA Department of Health and Kinesiology faculty in 2004, she primarily teaches sexuality courses for both health majors and non-majors. Her research interests are directed at college students: assessing their health status and the evaluation of college and university efforts to address those health issues. She has a special interest in sexual health issues for the college population.

Research

Dr. Oswalt's research interests are directed at college students: assessing their health status and the evaluation of college and university efforts to address those health issues. She has a special interest in sexual health issues for the college population.

She is currently working on two grant funded projects: (1) HIV/AIDS prevention in Latina college students and (2) developing strategies to prevent unplanned pregnancy in 20somethings.

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Events



Tejanas on the Home Front: Women, Bombs and (Re)Gendering of War in Mexican American WWII Literature

Tejanas on the Home Front: Women, Bombs and (Re)Gendering of War in Mexican American WWII Literature

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Time: 11:30 a.m.

Location: Main Campus

Building: McKinney Humanities 3.02.26


Explicit Reading Instruction: Creating STAAR Strategic Readers

Explicit Reading Instruction: Creating STAAR Strategic Readers

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Time: 1 - 4 p.m.

Location: The Burdick Community Center

Building: 121 Old San Antonio Rd., Boerne, TX


Indigenous Peoples’ Healing Practices: The Body-Land-Time in the Ceremony of Return

Indigenous Peoples’ Healing Practices: The Body-Land-Time in the Ceremony of Return

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Time: 4 p.m.

Location: Main Campus

Building: Business Building 2.06.04



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