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In April 2009, he was awarded the Masters and Johnson Award by the Society for Sex Therapy and Research.Michael Reece is an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Health Science at Indiana University Bloomington.He is also Director of the Center for Sexual Health Promotion at Indiana University - a transdisciplinary center that pursues a progressive agenda of research focused on enhancing the conceptual and methodological foundations of research in sexual health.He holds academic appointments at The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction, the African Studies program and the Institute for Action Research in Community Health at the IU School of Medicine.Over the past 17 years, Michael has been the director of multiple sexuality-related, community-based research and intervention projects in cities from the southwestern to the southeastern United States.Previously, he led Arizona's HIV prevention efforts as the head of the state health department's HIV prevention unit, and, over the years, has been elected and appointed by his peers to serve as the chair of several community-based public health coalitions on a local, state and national level.She is past president of the Pacific Sociological Association and of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality. Schwartz also lectures nationally and internationally on sexuality, relationship topics, women's issues, parent and child issues, communication between men and women in intimate and work relationships, and maintaining personal and family well-being in today's world.
In April 2007, he was awarded the Gold Medal for his lifetime contributions to the field of sexual health by the World Association for Sexual Health.
She speaks on a wide range of issues, including sexual health and sexuality education, trends in sexuality, relationship hurdles, and the role of sexuality in pop culture and politics. Levkoff has been working with groups of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds. Janet Lever, for more than seven years, and "Talking About Sex" for eight years for American Baby magazine. She is currently a relationship expert on the founding team of perfectmatch.com, a dating and relationship site, and is the creator of their professionally vetted matching system, Duet. Schwartz has contributed to many magazines, journals, and newspapers, including The New York Times' "Parent and Child" column, Sexual Health, Psychology Today, Self, and Contexts. Schwartz was a regular member of the KIRO-TV (Seattle) news staff for 12 years and appears regularly on national TV news, documentaries and other programs.
in Human Sexuality, Marriage, and Family Life Education from New York University and an M. She makes it clear that sex and sexuality are not "dirty" words; they are words that should be discussed openly without guilt or fear. Levkoff empowers children, adolescents and adults to embrace their sexuality and challenge the impractical messages about sexuality that they are exposed to. Levkoff frequently appears on television, including: (NAL/Penguin, October 2007), written to help parents understand the role sexuality plays in their children's lives and empower parents to become better at-home sexuality educators. Levkoff is dedicated to perpetuating healthy and positive messages about sexuality. Louis, Missouri, where she was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow; and an M. Her latest book, Prime: Adventures and Advice About Love and Sex in the Sensual Years, was released in June 2007. Schwartz wrote the monthly column "Sex and Health" for Glamour magazine, with co-author Dr. Pepper" for Microsoft Corporation's One Click Away and columns for Lifetime and
Currently he holds the only academic chair in sexual health in the country and is also the Director of the Program in Human Sexuality at UM.
He is the author of numerous articles and books on the topics of sexual orientation, compulsive sexual behavior, sexual offenders, gender dysphoria, chemical dependency and family intimacy, and psychological and pharmacological treatment of a variety of sexual dysfunctions and disorders.
He has been the recipient of numerous awards including the U. Surgeon General's Exemplary Service Award for his role as senior scientist on the Surgeon General's Call to Action to Promote Sexual Health and Responsible Sexual Behavior, released in 2001.