Susan Zies, Dan Remley, Shannon Smith, Jenny Lobb, Christine Kendle, Chelsea Pekny, Cheryl Spires, Joyce Riley and Jamie Dellified's poster, Dining With Diabetes Beyond the Kitchen an Online Course for Consumers, was presented at the 2018 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) in Washington DC.
Carolyn Gunther, associate professor and Extension state specialist, presented - “Securing a stop to the summer setback: policy and programmatic solutions to addressing the problem of poor nutritional health during the summer among children residing in low-income households” - at the 2018 Agricultural Research Congressional Exhibition and Reception, Washington DC.
Cäzilia Loibl, associate professor and Extension state specialist, conducted a training for the 15 members of the OSU Extension Housing Counseling Services team last Friday, which she directs. The team currently prepares for the HUD Housing Counselor certification exam. Guest speakers were Erin Higgins and Terri Gibbs of the Ohio Housing Finance Agency.
Mike Betz, assistant professor and Extension state specialist, presented “Wage and Employment Growth in America’s Drug Epidemic: Is All Growth Created Equal?” at the annual meetings of the Population Association of America in Denver, CO.
Irene Hatsu, assistant professor and Extension state specialist, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: Some food allergies really aren’t food allergies (January 10, 2019); With Holiday Baking Season in Full Swing, a Reminder from CDC to Just Say No to Eating Raw Dough (December 14, 2018)
Misty Harmon (Perry County) and Jenny Lobb (Franklin County) were quoted in Surviving Holiday Stress, featured in the November 2018 issue of Columbus Parent magazine.
Dan Remley, associate professor and field specialist for Nutrition and Wellness, along with colleagues from the Kirwan Institute for the Study of Race and Ethnicity, Michigan State University and the University of Wisconsin, co-authored "An Expanded Understanding of the Ethical Importance of Civic Engagement in Food Sourcing Decisions at the Institutional Level" in the Public Philosophy Journal; co-authord a manuscript for the American Journal of Health Behavior: Chronic Health Condition Influences on Client Perceptions of Limited or Non-choice Food Pantries in Low-income, Rural Communities.
Susan Zies, Wood County Extension Educator, along with colleagues from Kansas State University and South Dakota State University, co-authored Examining the Role of Youth Empowerment in Preventing Adolescence Obesity in Low-Income Communities. The manuscript, accepted for publication in the Journal of Adolescence, will soon be published in ScienceDirect.
Sanja Ilic, assistant professor and Extension state specialist, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: A Year or Two is not Too Long to Use Uncooked Frozen Turkey (November 9, 2018); Tips for Dining out Safely (August 24, 2018)
Mike Betz, assistant professor and Extension state specialist, co-authored “Wage and Employment Growth in America’s Drug Epidemic: Is All Growth Created Equal?” in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics (September 11, 2018)
Jami Dellifield, Hardin County Extension Educator, and Amanda Raines, Hardin County 4-H Extension Educator, authored "Your Thought Matter: Navigating Mental Health." The 40-page publication, recently approved by national 4-H peer review, is available at extensionpubs.osu.edu/your-thoughts-matter-navigating-mental-health. Overview: What does mental health really mean? How many people are affected by mental health issues? Be part of the solution by learning the answers to those questions and more.
Carolyn Gunther, associate professor and Extension state specialist, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: Simple Suppers Make Mealtimes Fun and Easy for Families, Kids (August 3, 2018); published an article titled "Feasibility and acceptability of technology-based caregiver engagement strategies delivered in a summertime childhood obesity prevention intervention: results from an internal pilot of the Camp NERF (Nutrition, Education, Recreation, and Fitness)” in Springer Nature’s Journal – BMC Pilot and Feasibility Studies.
Carol Smathers, assistant professor and Extension field specialist, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: Picky Eating a Natural Part of Early Childhoos (December 7, 2018); was published in the Journal of Human Sciences and Extension, “Organizational Readiness to Engage in Policy, System, and Environment Changes Supporting Positive Youth Development for Health: Case Studies from the Cooperative Extension System framed by the Transtheoretical Model.” Carol and Theresa Ferrari, professor and Extension 4-H specialist, were also published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, Levels of Community Change: A Game to Teach About Policy, System, and Environment Change. (July 2018)
Lauren Jones, assistant professor and Extension state specialist, was published in the Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, entitled “The Impact of the Earned Income Tax Credit on Household Finances”; co-authored “Wage and Employment Growth in America’s Drug Epidemic: Is All Growth Created Equal?” in the American Journal of Agricultural Economics (September 11, 2018); co-authored a policy brief, The Earned Income Tax Benefit Increases the Financial Stability of Low-income Single Mothers, for the Economic Self-Sufficiency Policy Research Institute (June 12, 2018).
Jenny Lobb, Franklin County Extension educator, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: Nontoxic Food Decorations Aren’t Always Edible (December 21, 2018); Holiday Indulgence in Moderation? (November 16, 2018); How to Carve Pumpkins Safely (October 26, 2018); Pizza Injuries in 2017? (September 14, 2018); Summer a Good Time for Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Other In-Season Produce (August 10, 2018); Summer a Good Time for Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, Other In-Season Produce (July 27, 2018)
Kate Shumaker, Holmes County Extension educator, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: Fridge Organization Key to Lessening Foodborne Illness Risk (September 21, 2018); Canning and Home Food Preservation (August 30, 2018); Two Cutting Boards are Better Than One (August 17, 2018)
Abigail Snyder, assistant professor, field specialist for family nutrition and wellness, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: Leafy Greens Suspected in Latest E. coli Food Poisoning Cases (November 30, 2018); Newly Updated Foodkeeper App Helps Reduce Food Waste (October 19, 2018); Internal Temperature of 165 F Needed for Chicken to Prevent Foodborne Illness (September 27, 2018); Yes, Nonperishable Foods can Become Contaminated with Pathogens that Cause Foodborne Illnesses (July 19, 2018); USDA Warns: Wash Your Hands Properly to Prevent Foodborne Illness (July 6. 2018)
Candace Heer, Morrow County Extension educator, was quoted in CFAES Chow Line: BBQ Safely: Be Careful when using Steel Grill Brushes (July 13, 2018)