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Major Awards (8)

Association for Communication Excellence

National Awards

  • Publishing: Special Reports, Bronze Award for Live Well Alabama SNAP-Ed Annual Report FY18
  • Graphic Design: Print Advertising, Bronze Award for Live Well Alabama Outdoor Advertising
  • Social Media: Best Campaign – Overall, Bronze Award for Live Well Alabama Social Media Campaign

 

National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences

National and Regional Awards

  • Educational Publications Award for The Sour Truth About Sweet Drinks
  • Program Excellence through Research Award for Extension-supported Rural Community Gardens Increase Accessibility and Affordability of Healthy Foods in Alabama
  • Greenwood Frysinger Award

 

College of Human Sciences Graduate Student Research Symposium, Auburn University, Alabama

  • Oral Winner, Extension Empowers Alabama Youth and Parents to Eat Better and Move More
  • Poster Winner, Using Intermediary Relationships to Support School Wellness Promotion

Refereed Journal Articles (3)

  • Walker B, Hofer R, Wolford B, Funderburk K, Parmer S, Struempler B. (2019). A follow-up outcome evaluation of Alabama SNAP-Ed’s social marketing campaign. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior; 51(7S):S109-S110.
  • Powers AR, Brock R, Funderburk K, Parmer SM, Struempler B. (2019). Multi-level faith-based public health initiative in rural Alabama, 2017. Preventing Chronic Disease, High Obesity Program Special Collections Issue; 16:190057. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd16.190057external icon.
  • Griffin J, Struempler B, Funderburk K, Parmer SM, Tran C, Wadsworth D. (2019). My Quest, a community-based m-health intervention to increase physical activity and promote weight loss in predominately rural dwelling, low-income Alabama women. Family & Community Health. In press.

National/State Recognition (7)

Auburn Research Magazine

 

End Child Hunger in Alabama

 

Malone-Zallen Graduate Research Fellowship

  • Quest for Healthy Schools; A Pilot School Wellness Initiative for SNAP-Ed Eligible Alabama Schools

 

National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Impact 2019 Reports

 

Neighbors Magazine

 

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National Presentations (20)

Alabama Dietetic Association Annual Meeting–Montgomery, Alabama

  • Quest for Healthy Schools: Providing School Wellness Leadership
  • Extension Empowers Alabama Youth and Parents to Eat Better and Move More

 

American Public Health Association–San Diego, California

  • Live Well Faith Communities: Creating a Healthier Rural Alabama

 

Association of SNAP Nutrition Education Administrators Winter Conference–Arlington, Virginia

  • Live Well Alabama: Using Social Media to Connect People with Evidence-based Nutrition Education
  • Expand Reach and Strengthen Impact with Multi-level Comprehensive Interventions

 

CDC Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity (DNPAO) National Training: Leading the Charge for a Healthier Nation–Atlanta, Georgia

  • Using Communication to Support Public Health Programs: Examples and Lessons Learned from the Field

 

College of Human Sciences Thesis Presentations–Auburn University, Alabama

  • Using Intermediary Relationships to Support School Wellness Promotion
  • Extension Empowers Alabama Youth and Parents to Eat Better and Move More

 

Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo–Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Formative Evaluation of a Social Marketing Campaign in Alabama Promoting Nutrition and Physical Activity to a Limited-Resource Audience
  • Using Intermediary Relationships to Engage School Stakeholders and Support School Wellness Promotion

 

Food and Nutrition Service Southeast Regional Office Joint SNAP-Ed/SNAC Meeting–Atlanta, Georgia

  • Community and School Gardens in Alabama: Achieving Greater Impacts with Partnerships and Multi-level Comprehensive Community Interventions
  • Obesity Partnerships

 

Joint Council of Extension Professionals–San Antonio, Texas

  • Quest for Healthy Schools: Providing School Wellness Leadership

 

National Health Outreach Conference–Fort Worth, Texas

  • Using Intermediary Relationships to Engage School Stakeholders and Support School Wellness Promotion

 

Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior–Orlando, Florida

  • A Follow-Up Outcome Evaluation of Alabama SNAP-Ed’s Social Marketing Campaign
  • Utilizing Evaluation to Improve Social Marketing Messages and Approaches: Lessons Learned from Three States Conducting Social Marketing to Promote Healthy Eating and Physical Activity Behaviors Among Low-Income Target Audiences

 

Southern Obesity Summit–

  • Live Well in Schools: Alabama Childhood Obesity Prevention Using Body Quest, an Evidence-Based Nutrition and Physical Activity Education Curriculum (Sondra)
  • Multi-level faith-based public health initiative supports healthier places and people in rural Alabama

 

This is Research Student Symposium–Auburn University, Alabama

  • Using Intermediary Relationships to Support School Wellness Promotion
  • Extension Empowers Alabama Youth and Parents to Eat Better and Move More

 

Learn More

Download a printable PDF of FCS-2391 SNAP-Ed 19 Annual Report.

Download a printable PDF of FCS-2302 SNAP-Ed 18 Annual Report.

Download a printable PDF of FCS-2227 SNAP-Ed 17 Annual Report.

Download a printable PDF of SNAP-Ed 16 Annual Report.

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