Grantee and HFHL Institute Presentations

The following posters were presented by Healthy Foods, Healthy Lives Institute grantees at the 2010 HFHL Symposium.

The Impact of Operating Environments and Cost Structures of School Nutrition Services on Serving Healthy Meals (PDF)
Benjamin Senauer, Department of Applied Economics; Koel Ghosh, Food Industry Center

Does Kava Consumption Reduce Colon Cancer Risk?
Chengguo Xing, Department of Medicinal Chemistry; Dan Gallaher, Department of Food Science & Nutrition ; Gerry O'Sullivan, College of Veterinary Medicine

Sacred Foods Equals Healthy Lives  (PDF)
Lea Foushee, Native American Water Office; Craig Hassel, Department of Food Science & Nutrition

Biorational Development of Plant Disease Biocontrol  (PDF)
Linda Kinkel, Department of Plant Pathology; Christine Salomon, Center for Drug Design; Carl Rosen, Department of Soil, Water, Climate

State Level Food System Indicators  
Robert King, Department of Applied Economics; Molly Anderson, Food Systems Integrity; Mary Story, School of Public Health: Epidemiology and Community Health 

Increasing Access to Healthful Foods in Low-Resource Neighborhoods Through Refining Youth Farm and Market Project’s Food Distribution: A Youth Action Research Project 
Gunner Liden, Youth Farm and Market Project; Nancy Leland, UMN Healthy Youth Development

Little Earth Food Justice Project 
Lucy Arias, Little Earth of United Tribes; Jay Clark, UMN Center for Neighborhood Organizing

Defining the Agricultural Landscape of the Western Lake Superior Region: Realities and potentials for a healthy local food system for healthy people  
David Abazs, Round River Farm; Stacey Stark, UMD GIS Information Sciences Lab 

Institutional and Consumer Decision-Making in the Hospital Setting: An Evaluation of a Healthy Food Practices Model  (PDF)
Jennifer Schultz, UMD Department of Economics; Lara LaCaille, UMD Department of Psychology

Understanding the dynamics of food insecurity among US school children  (PDF)
Judy Temple, Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs & Department of Applied Economics; Lesley Weaver, Saint Paul public Schools