PhD in Health Behavior: Indiana University
MS in School and College Health Programs: Indiana University
BS in Secondary Health Education: Indiana University
Natalie DeWitt is an Assistant Professor of Community Health. She is an Indiana native who loves to travel and enjoys anything that helps her express her creativity. Natalie specializes in qualitative research methods and methodologies, and her research interests include food and anthropology, food identity practices, digital culture and technology. Natalie also loves developing new courses to teach that help us think about all the ways in which we interact with the world and how those interactions influence our health.
Sociocultural Perspectives on Food and Nutrition