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Stephanie Bennett
211 Seaton Center
(859) 257-5687

Stephanie Bennett, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology & Health Promotion at the University of Kentucky. She received her Ph.D. in Health and Human Performance from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, TN. Her research interest falls broadly in the area of human sexuality. Specifically, Dr. Bennett is interested in understanding the relationship between sexual values, sexual behaviors, and sexual debut in adolescents. A secondary interest is in the role sexual values plays in sexual behaviors as students transition from high school to college.

Dr. Bennett teaches both undergraduate and graduate level courses in health promotion. Courses include: (KHP 220) Sexuality Education, (KHP 222) Drug Education, (KHP 230) Human Health and Wellness, (KHP 270) Introduction to Health Education and Health Promotion, (KHP 330) Planning and Implementing School Health Education Programs, (KHP 590) Advanced Health Concepts, and (KHP 677) Planning Health Promotion Programs.

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Research categories: Sexual Health, Health Education, Human Sexuality