Leah S. Stauber, PhD

Leah S. Stauber, PhD
Clinical Assistant Professor
520-626-1378
Nursing:
Room Number: 
109

Research and Clinical:

Research and Clinical Interest: 
Integrative Nursing - Complex Systems Approaches to Integrative Health Research - Qualitative Research Methodologies - Racial, Ethnic, Gender, Age and Sex/Gender Identity-based Issues in Health/ Healthcare
Clinical Expertise: 

Integrative mind-body therapies (yoga, breathwork, meditation)

All Funding: 
Currently there is no grant funding information for this individual.
Publications: 
2015

Vinson, Jenna, Leah S. Stauber, and the Crossroads Collaborative. “What Does it Really Mean to be a 'Teen'? The Social Construction of Adolescence.” Crossroads Connections 4(3).

2014

Coan, Casely, Leah S. Stauber, Adela C. Licona and the Crossroads Collaborative. “Let’s Talk about Sex Ed: A Study Guide on Sex Education.” Crossroads Connections 3(2).

2013

Stevens, Sally, Leah S. Stauber, Jenna Vinson and the Crossroads Collaborative. Sexuality Education: Insights from Youths’ Anonymously Submitted Questions. Crossroads Connections 2(2).

Honors and Awards: 
2015
National Association for Education/ Spencer Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship Semi-finalist
2012
Best Cultural Anthropology Dissertations, AnthropologyWorks
Education: 
Institution/LocationDegreeAttendedField of Study
University of Arizona
PhD
2012
Anthropology (Sociocultural - Medical & Applied)
University of Arizona
MA
2003
Anthropology (Sociocultural - Medical, Applied, Educational) & Mexican American Studies
University of Virginia
BA
1997
Anthropology, English