Dr. Tim Dunnagan came to Boise State University in July, 2010, as Dean of the College of Health Sciences and Professor in the Department of Community and Environmental Health. He came to Boise from Bozeman, Montana where he was most recently the Department Head for Health and Human Development in the College of Education Health and Human Development at Montana State University. Dr. Dunnagan earned his Ed.D. from the University of Kentucky in Health Promotion and Human Behavior, his M.S. from Montana State in Physical Education and Health Promotion, and his B.S. from the University of Idaho in General Studies.
Applying Innovative Approaches to Address Health Disparities in Native Populations: An Assessment of the Crow Men’s Health Project (with Paul R. Lachapelle and James Real Bird), Community Development (2011)
Using a Community-Based Participatory Research approach, the Crow Men's Health Project is a partnership between...
Determining Client Need in a Multi-state Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Consortium: From Training to Practice (with Suzanne Christopher, George Haynes, and Lili Stiff), Behavioral and Brain Functions (2007)
Background: A multi-state consortium was developed in the US to conduct baseline data collection and...
Contributions to Books
University Wellness: A Strategy on Trial, Promoting Community Health: The Role of the Academic Health Center (1993)
Innovation Powered by Partnerships to Transform Health Professions Education in American Indian and Alaska Native Communities - Community/Public Health Education in Native Communities, Round Table Discussion, Pathways into Health Conference (2009)