Director, Center for Student Leadership Development
Applied Health Science Department
- B.S. at Ohio University, 1990
- M.S. at Ohio University, 1990
- Re.D at Indiana University, 2000
Program Manager, Eppley Insitute for Parks and Public Lands, Indiana University
Lecturer, Part-time Indiana Univeristy
Director of Research (Acting), National Center on Accessibility, Indiana University
Project Coordinator, Recreation Therapy Video Project, Indiana University
Recreational Therapist, Hillcrest Hospital, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Dr. Getz has fifteen years' experience as a teacher, consultant, researcher, and project manager. Her areas of expertise include curriculum design and diversity education for public parks, healthcare organizations, and non-profits.
Getz, D.A., Hironaka-Juteau, J., Melcher, S. (2006). Diversity Case Studies in Healthcare, American Therapeutic Recreation Association: Alexandria, VA.
Getz, D.A. (2000) Identifying Key Multicultural Education Competencies for Entry-Level Professionals in Therapeutic Recreation.
Getz, D.A. Banik, S (2007) Diversity for Federal Employees, part of an online educational program for the National Park Service, through the Eppley Insitute for Parks and Public Lands
Courses Recently Taught
- R 100 Leadership Development Series Courses
- R 281 Greenspace Management
- R362 Therapeutic Communication