Principal and Co-Principal Investigators
Melissa Dinez (center) and Erika Stanley, (not shown) win award for oral presentation: “Perception versus Reality: Which is More Important in the Fight Against Childhood Obesity”.” Pictured with Dr. Janice Emerson, Mentor (right) & Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, TSU Associate VP of Research (left) at the 37th Annual Tennessee State University Research Symposium (2015).
Graduate Assistant, Darnell Towns, wins award at 36th Annual Tennessee State University Research Symposium (2014) for presenting findings from the CHEW Nutrition Survey. From left to right: Dr. Janice Emerson, Acting Director, Center for Prevention Research; Dr. Michael Busby, Interim Vice President of Research and Sponsored Programs; Ms. Darnell Townes, doctoral student in College of Education.
Arielle Arzu presented an oral presentation entitled: “Examining the Association between Reading Food Nutrition Labels and Weight Status” at the 37th Annual Tennessee University Research Symposium (2015).
Graduate Assistant, Ronita Adams, presents a poster at 36th Annual Tennessee State University Research Symposium, (2014) using findings from the CHEW Nutrition Survey.
CHEW Students at the 2013 Conference
From left to right Darnell Towns, MS; Ronita Adams, BS; Rodney Suttles, BS; & Erica Ray, BS