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About Diane E. Depken

Diane Depken received her doctoral degree from Temple University in the area of Women’s Health/Health Promotion. She also completed post-graduate work in epidemiology at the University Of Buffalo. 

Dr. Depken is involved in multi-year contracts for evaluation and survey research for NSF funded project through PETE (Partnership for Environmental Technology Education.   Additional research and community service interests include measurement, theory, and applied programming related to community health; especially health determinants, gender, food access issues, and  stress/wellbeing linkages. Diane also has a life-long interest in the sport of fencing.


Present Associate Professor; Health, Recreation, and Community Services, University of Northern Iowa Department of Health, Recreation, and Community Services


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Contact Information

University of Northern Iowa
Wellness & Recreation Center 223
Cedar Falls, IA 50614-0241

Office: WRC 223
Phone: (319) 273-7287


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