WIP: Work-In Progress Series: John Sirard and James Kitts
Identifying mechanisms of peer influence on youth weight-related behaviors
Monday, November 26, 2018
Location: LSL S330
Pediatric obesity has increased two- to three-fold since the 1970’s and continues to be a major public health concern. The Food, Activity, Screens, and Teens (FAST) Study will uniquely identify leverage points in adolescent school-based social networks that can be used to improve interventions targeting physical activity, screen time, and dietary intake. In this talk we will discuss the innovative theoretical and design elements, data collection, and advanced network and prediction modeling approaches that are being applied to the data from this cross-campus collaborative project.
John Sirard - Kinesiology, and James Kitts - Sociology
Pre-register now. Registration deadline: Wednesday, November 21st
Research Scholar Lunch Series: The Review Process
Friday, December 7, 2018
Location: LSL S320E
Knowing the quirks of the review process will help you plan ahead when preparing your grant applications. Please join a panel of some of our SPHHS faculty who will share their experiences of being reviewed and/or providing reviews.
Mary Andrianopoulos, Communication Disorders, Susan Sturgeon, Epidemiology, Richard Peltier, Environmental Health Sciences, Ned Debold, Kinesiology
Pre-register now. Registration deadline: Tuesday, December 4th