faculty

Lisa Borrero

Dr. Lisa Borrero

Lisa Borrero, Ph. D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Applied Health Sciences
Arena B-74
Phone: 812.237.3301
E-Mail: Lisa.Borrero@indstate.edu

Education

Ph.D., Health Behavior, Minor: Gerontology, Indiana University: Bloomington, Indiana
 
M.S., Counseling, Indiana University: Bloomington, Indiana
 
Ed.S., Mental Health Counseling, Counselor Education, Indiana University: Bloomington, Indiana
 
B.A., Psychology, Earlham College: Richmond, Indiana

Professional Affiliations

American Society on Aging
Gerontological Society of America
Association for Gerontology in Higher Education
Indiana Inter-College Council on Aging

Graduate Courses

AHS 612: Epidemiology

Undergraduate courses

AHS 111: Personal Health Science and Wellness
AHS 305: Society and Aging
AHS 327: School Health for the Elementary School Teacher
AHS 341: Health Sciences Research Methods
AHS 391: Educational Methods
AHS 403: Communicable and Chronic Diseases and AIDS
AHS 414: Health Promotion Planning
AHS 418: Health Program Evaluation

Research

RESEARCH INTERESTS - Health issues pertaining to older women, retirement, active aging, identity development among older adults, aging in place, intergenerational learning.

Publications and Presentations

Presentations

Borrero, L. (2013).  Professional women and the retirement experience: Exploring identity via secondary themes.  Conference Proceedings, Gerontological Society of America 66th Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA.


Borrero, L., Huber, L.L. (2013). The nature and meaning of identity in retired women.  Conference Proceedings, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, 39th Annual Meeting. St. Petersburg, FL.
 
Borrero, L. (2012). The importance of exploring the retirement experiences of women.  Conference Proceedings, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, 38th Annual Meeting. Arlington, VA.
 
Huber, L., Camp, L.J., Garg, V., Borrero, L. (2012). Staying safe online: How to protect your money and your privacy. Conference Proceedings, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, 38th Annual Meeting. Arlington, VA.
 
Borrero, L. (2012). The nature and meaning of identity in retired professional women.  Annual Women in Science Research Conference.  Indiana University, Bloomington, IN.
 
Borrero, L., Walker, B.A., Huber, L.L. (2011).  Examining the impact of home-based technology on the elder/caregiver relationship.  Conference Proceedings, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, 37th Annual Meeting and Educational Leadership Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
 
Walker, B.A., Borrero, L., Huber, L.L. (2011).  Development of a rehabilitation protocol for replication in a virtual environment.  Conference Proceedings, Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, 37th Annual Meeting and Educational Leadership Conference, Cincinnati, OH.
 
Walker, B., Huber, L., Borrero, L. (2011). The effect of ubiquitous technology on caregiving relationships. Conference Proceedings, Festival of International Conferences on Caregiving, Disability, Aging & Technology (FICCDAT). Toronto, Canada.
 
Huber, L.,  Borrero, L., Walker, B.A., Shankar, K., Caine, K., Connelly, K., Camp, L.J. (2011). How older adults use information technology to reduce caregiver burden. Conference Proceedings, Gerontological Society of America 64th Annual Scientific Meeting, Boston, MA.
 
Camp, L.J., Huber, L.L., Borrero, L. (2010). What do older adults understand about their privacy risks while online? Conference Proceedings, Gerontological Society of America 63rd Annual Scientific Meeting, New Orleans, LA.

Publications

Borrero, L., Kruger, T.M. (2015).  The nature and meaning of identity in retired professional women.  Journal of Women and Aging, 27(4).
 
Lorenzen-Huber, L., Shankar, K., Caine, K., Connelly, K., Camp, L.J., Walker, B.A., & Borrero, L. (2013).  How in-home technologies mediate caregiving relationships in later life.  International Journal of Human Computer Interaction, 29 (7), 441-455
 
Borrero, L. & Huber, L. (2011). Be an advocate for AGHE: Meet with your elected representatives in DC. AGHE Exchange. (invited article). Fall Newsletter of the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education.
 
Borrero, L., Huber, L. (2010).  “Creativity: A health boost for older adults”.  Area 10 Agency on Aging Newsletter: Go For the Gold: Staying Healthy in Your Golden Years.

Awards

Borrero, L. (2012) Charlotte Zietlow Women in Faculty Research Award. “Retirement during the aging boom: An exploration of workplace retirement preparation programs.”  Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

Grants

Borrero, L. (2013). Health Education Programming for Elementary Students: Community Engagement with the Girl Scouts. An Experiential Learning and Community Engagement Mini-Grant.  Awarded by the Center for Public Service and Community Engagement, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN. 
 
Bermudez, E. & Borrero, L. (2013). Wellness Bash 2013 - Training and Participation of Health Sciences Students. An Experiential Learning and Community Engagement Mini-Grant.  Awarded by the Center for Public Service and Community Engagement, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN. 
 
Borrero, L. & Bermudez, E. (2012). Wellness Bash: Health Sciences Student Training and Participation. An Experiential Learning and Community Engagement Mini-Grant.  Awarded by the Center for Public Service and Community Engagement, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN.