2013 Celebration of Publications, Creative Works, and Grants

The following faculty members showcased their work at the 2013 Celebration of Publications, Creative Works and Grants program held in the Martin Luther King Union on October 23, 2013:

Brooks, L. & Simpson, L. (2013). Preparing our students for the real world: Are colleges doing enough? Family and Consumer Sciences webinar, Presented April, 2013. Proceedings.

Burns, M.T. (2012). Instructor’s Manual to accompany Nutrition: Science and Applications, 3e. Wiley and Sons Publishing.

Burns, M.T. (2012). Instructor’s Manual to accompany Community Nutrition in Action, 6e. Cengage Publishing.

Burns, M.T. (2012). Test bank to accompany Community Nutrition in Action, 6e. Cengage Publishing.

Meadows, M. (2012) Pink and blue: Telling the boys from the girls in America (book review). Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences. 104(3), 57-59.

Lindsay, T., & Moyer, L. (2013). Resources for non-traditional college students. Poster presented at the Illinois Council on Family Relations Conference, April, Champaign, IL. Abstract.

O’Rourke, K., Simpson, L., & Duncan-Lane, C. (2013). Round Roundtable Presenter. A step in the right direction: Making a wise transition to becoming a new faculty member – American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences annual conference abstracts – June 2013.

Heiser, L.M., Neuman, K.M., Altman, K.J., Brandt, K.A., & Painter, J.E. (2012). Raisins and dental caries educational material. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 112(9), pp. A-51.

McGill, C.R., Keast, D.R., Painter, J.E., Romano, C., Wightman J.D. (2012). Improved diet quality and increased nutrient intakes associated with grape product consumption by U.S. children and adults: NHANES 2003-2008. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 112(9), pp.A-27.

 McGill, C.R., Keast, D.R., Painter, J.E., Romano, C.S., & Wightman, J.D. (2013). Improved diet quality and increased nutrient intakes associated with grape product consumption by U.S. children and adults: national health and nutrition examination survey 2003 to 2008. Journal of Food Science, 78(1), pp. 1-4.

Patel, B.P., Luhovy, B., Mollard, R., Painter, J.E., & Anderson, G. (2013). A pre-meal snack of raisins decreases mealtime food intake more than grapes in young children. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 2013, 38(4): 382-389, 10.1139/apnm-2012-0309

 Patel, B.P., Bellissimo, N., Luhovyy, B., Bennett, L.J., Hurton, E., Painter, J.E., & Anderson, G.H. (2013). An After-school snack or raisins lowers cumulative food intake in young children. Journal of Food Science, 78(1), pp. 5-10.

Painter, J.E.,
& Waters, A.R. (2013). A review of the health benefits of raisins. Journal of Food Science, 78(1), pp. ii-iii.

Shaw, K., & Sullivan, P. (2013). Retail place attachment: a qualitative study of apparel shoppers. Journal of Global Fashion Marketing, (ahead-of-print), 1-15. DOI:
10.1080/20932685.2013.790708

Shaw, K. & Marcotte, H. (2013, March). ACRA American Collegiate Retailing Association Conference Proceeding, If you can’t beat them join them: Using smart phone applications in the classroom to enhance student learning. Nashville, TN, March 20-23, 2013.

Sullivan, P., Shaw, K., DuPont, A. Different or not: Domestic and Mexican national outshoppers in the U.S. 17th Conference of the International Conference on Research in the Distributive Trades Conference Proceedings, European Association of Education and Research in Commercial Distribution (EAERCD), University of Valencia, Valencia Spain, July 3-5, 2013.

Simpson, L., & Dallas, L. (2013). Innovative Use of Technology in Research. Faculty Summer Institute, University of Illinois. May 2013.

 Simpson, L., Sanantonio, C., Moyer, L., & Frank, J. (2013) Montessori principles and the home environment – – American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences annual conference abstracts – June 2013.

 

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