National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, National 2nd Place, Southern Region 1st Place and Alabama Affiliate 1st Place, Florence Hall Award, Body Quest Parent Initiative: Preventing Childhood Obesity through Effective Extension Parent Nutrition Education, 2016.
National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Southern Region 3rd Place, Community Partnership Award, The Alabama Healthy Retail Initiative, 2016.
National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, National, Southern Region, and Alabama Affiliate Winners. Communication: Educational Curriculum Package Award for Body Quest, 2015.
Grant Proposal Funded
SNAP-Ed Nutrition Education Program. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Service. $5,318,458. Project period October 2016–September 2017.
Tripp S, Helwig R, Simkins J (2016). Alabama: Body Quest. Page 36. SNAP-Ed FY2015: Supplemental nutrition assistance program education through the land-grant university system. Report prepared by TEConomy Partners, LLC.
Heiser C. (2016). National Health Outreach Conference. Success stories and lessons learned from the CDC’s partnership with land-grant university Extension services to reduce obesity in high risk areas.
Center for Wellness and Nutrition, Public Health Institute. (2016). Southeast learning community success stories: Report prepared for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cooperative Agreement Number 6NU38OT000203-04-05.
National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. Presentation: Text messaging technology as a mode of delivery for nutrition interventions.
National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences. Poster: SNAP-Ed, EFNEP and CDC: A community partnership in Alabama to prevent obesity through policy, systems and environmental changes.