Natalie Colabianchi

Natalie Colabianchi

Areas of interest

Dr. Colabianchi’s research focuses on the role of environments and policies in facilitating physical activity behavior in children and adults. She has completed a number of federally-funded studies that have examined the influence of parks and playgrounds as well as school and neighborhood environments. She is also interested in physical activity measurement including accelerometry and direct observation.

Contact

Natalie
Colabianchi
OBL 1145
1402 Washington Hts.
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2013
(734) 647-3543
(734) 647-2808

Classes

Course Course Title Credits Term Instructor
HF 416 Environmental and Policy Approaches to Increasing Physical Activity 3 Winter Colabianchi
Course Name RO: Environmental Policy
Course Level: Undergraduate
Description
This course will describe the manner in which environments and policies influence physical activity behavior. The course is organized by sectors (e.g., parks, neighborhoods, schools and worksites ). Within the context of these settings, the course will also cover issues of environmental justice, causality, targeted and universal policies and cost-effectiveness .
Prerequisites: Senior standing
Component: LEC
KINESLGY 416 Environmental and Policy Approaches to Increasing Physical Activity 3 Winter Colabianchi
Course Name RO: Environmental Policy
Course Level: Graduate
Description
This course will describe the manner in which environments and policies influence physical activity behavior. The course is organized by sectors (e.g., parks, neighborhoods, schools and worksites ). Within the context of these settings, the course will also cover issues of environmental justice, causality, targeted and universal policies and cost-effectiveness.
Prerequisites: Senior standing
Component: LEC