George has been teaching and guiding Fly Fishing since age 18. He has coached the US Youth and Adult Fly Fishing Teams, written several best-selling fly-fishing books, and is a frequent contributor to Fly Fisherman Magazine and other national fly-fishing publications.
Teaching Professor of Biobehavioral Health
Co-Chair, Sustainability Council
I am interested in the cultural, environmental and social factors that influence individual and societal-level health; particularly how the arts, especially music, nature, social justice and inequality affect the health of individuals and their communities.
Joanna teaches in the Undergraduate Nutrition and Dietetics Program and uses kinetic modeling to investigate the tissue-specific metabolism of dietary bioactive components in humans. She has training in micronutrient metabolism, clinical nutrition, and kinetic modeling.
Associate Professor of Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management and Anthropology
My research interests focus on biodiversity conservation, sustainable community development, and nature-based tourism. I explore these themes through the lenses of environmental anthropology, the anthropology of tourism, and conservation psychology.
Assistant teaching professor
Faculty liaison, HDFS APG
Marc McCann's priority is to prepare undergraduate students for internships and careers in human services via coursework (455, 490, 495A, 495B) and connections with alumni and other professionals in the field.