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Luvenia Cowart

Associate Professor of Practice, Health and Wellness, Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics

Faculty Affiliate, Aging Studies Institute

Curriculum Vitae
Degree
M.S.N., Nursing Education, Syracuse University, 1990
Ed.D., Adult Education/Administration, Syracuse University, 1980
Master of Science, Rehabilitation and Vocational Counseling, Syracuse University, 1973
Bachelor of Science, Nursing Education, Wayne State University, 1970
Specialties
Health disparities, health literacy, culturally competent healthcare, health promotion in faith-based environments, culturally appropriate health literature, obesity and healthy lifestyle interventions for African Americans/minorities, men’s health/prostate cancer among men of color, diabetes prevention, and management among vulnerable populations.
Courses
Spring 2017

HTW 227 Healthy You Practicum - Mo 9:30-10:25
Biography

As an Associate Professor of Practice, Dr. Cowart’s primary responsibility involves directing minority health initiatives to develop academic and community partnerships to reduce health disparities and promote health and healthy lifestyles among minority communities as consistent with the Healthy People 2010 federal mandate.

Dr. Cowart is also the Executive Director and Founder of The Genesis Health Project, a community-designed, culturally competent program to reduce obesity and promote healthy lifestyles among African Americans in Syracuse, New York.