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Every department/school in the College of Health and Human Development has an undergraduate professor-in-charge to oversee the academic and advising responsibilities related to undergraduate students. Specific questions regarding major areas of study should be addressed to the appropriate department/school professor-in-charge.

Appointment Type
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Associate Professor of Hospitality Management

Summary Statement

Dr. Bartlett leads the Penn State Hospitality in Senior Living Initiative, focused on helping Hospitality Management students to discover senior living as a potential career path. He teaches the Hospitality in Senior Living class and conducts research in the field as well.

  • Hospitality Management - HM/SHM
Associate Professor of Kinesiology
Professor in Charge, Undergraduate Program in Kinesiology
Summary Statement

Melissa Bopp’s area of research is understanding and promoting physical activity in diverse populations and settings.

  • Kinesiology - KINES
Associate Professor of Biobehavioral Health
Summary Statement

Sonia Cavigelli conducts interdisciplinary research on the causes and consequences of individual differences in stress- and fear-related behavior and physiology.

  • Biobehavioral Health - BBH
Professor of Human Development and Family Studies
Professor-in-Charge, Undergraduate Programs
Summary Statement

Bo Cleveland’s interests center around individual differences in substance use and abuse as well as how individuals’ characteristics modify the impact of experiences on substance use and addictive behaviors.

  • Human Development and Family Studies - HDFS
Professor of Health Policy and Administration
Professor-in-Charge of the Undergraduate Program
  • Health Policy and Administration - HPA
Associate Professor
Professor in Charge of Undergraduate Program
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders - CSD
Associate Teaching Professor
Director, PGA Golf Management Program
Undergraduate Professor-in-Charge
Summary Statement

I serve as an Associate Teaching Professor and Director of the PGA Golf Management Program. Our goal is to mentor and educate future alumni and PGA Members. Since 1997, I have mentored over 600 students who are now alumni. 

  • Recreation, Park, and Tourism Management - RPTM