Stephanie Kneeshaw-Price

Stephanie Kneeshaw-Price

Stephanie Kneeshaw-Price

Lecturer, Community Health; Health Promotion and Wellness Management Stephanie Kneeshaw-Price


Office: James Hall 1058  


  • BS (Psychology), University of Washington, Seattle, WA
  • MS (Health Psychology), University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA
  • PhD (Health Services), University of Washington, Seattle, WA

 Courses Taught

  • HLT 200: Community and Public Health
  • HLT 300: Implementation and Assessment in Public Health
  • HLT 304: Grant and Professional Writing in Health and Exercise Science
  • HLT 345: US Health Care Policy, Ethics, and Advocacy
  • HPW 340: Program Planning and Leadership
  • HPW 350: Health Behavior Theory and Counseling
  • HPW 430: Practicum in Health Promotion and Wellness Management

 Research Interests

  • Effects of the built environment on physical activity
  • Neighborhood-level crime’s relationships with residents’ physical activity levels
  • Community-based participatory research: place-building in inner-urban neighborhoods to reduce crime and promote physical activity and social cohesion
  • Implementation, evaluation, and dissemination of physical activity interventions across multiple levels (e.g. family, community, and policy)
  • Prevention of obesity and type 2 diabetes through promotion of physical activity