Sandra Sulzer

Kinesiology and Health Science Dept

Health and Wellness Specialist


Sandy Sulzer

Contact Information

Phone: 435-797-2925
Email: sandra.sulzer@usu.edu

Educational Background

PhD, Sociology, (Medical Sociology, Social Psychology), University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2012
Borderline Personality Disorder: Clinical Navigation of Stigma, Communication and the Reimbursable Patient
MS, Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2010
The Boundary: Where do I begin and end? Navigating Adulthood Online in Response to Parental Borderline Personality Disorder
BS, Business Administration, (Creative Writing), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2006
Sex Discrimination and the Presence of Covering in Kenan-Flagler Undergraduates

Biography

I am trained as a medical sociologist with a PhD in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Teaching Interests

Public health, mental health, holistic health and health disparities.

Research Interests

Health communication, ADHD, Borderline Personality Disorder, Mindfulness, Clinical Practice, Empathy, Health Education.

Awards

2019 Extension Faculty Service Award, 2019

Cooperative Extension, Utah State University

Outstanding Researcher of the Year, 2018

Department of Kinesiology and Health Science, Utah State University

Innovative Program Award, 2018

Utah Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences


    Publications | Book Chapters

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Fact Sheets

  • Sulzer, S., Atisme, K., Exercise Tips for Chronic Pain Management.
  • Voss, M., Atisme, K., Yaugher, A., Sulzer, S., (2019). Mindfulness for Chronic Pain Management.
  • Jensen, M., Savoie Roskos, M., Yaugher, A., Sulzer, S., (2019). Anxiety and Depression: Can Diet Help?.

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Journal Articles

Academic Journal

  • Webb, P., Patrick, L., Sulzer, S., (2018). Stigma and Status at an HBCU: Perceptions of Racial Authenticity Among Racially Underrepresented Students in the South. Journal of Black Studies, 42:2, 1717-186.

Professional Journal

An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

Publications | Other

Newsletter

    Other

      An asterisk (*) at the end of a publication indicates that it has not been peer-reviewed.

      Teaching

      HEP 6650 - Holistic Health, Spring 2019
      HEP 5100 - Cultural and Complementary Medicine, Spring 2018

      Extension

      Tribal Rural Opioid Initiative, 2019 - Ongoing
      Master Health Volunteer Program, 2018 - Ongoing
      Health Systems Collaborations, 2018 - Ongoing
      Well Connected Communities, 2017 - Ongoing

      Graduate Students Mentored