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    • EFNEP Education: The Heart of the Problem 

      Dollahite, Jamie (2009-06)
      Over the past 40 years, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) has aimed to assist limited resource audiences in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes and changed behaviors necessary for nutritionally ...
    • EFNEP: A Strong Community Presence 

      Dollahite, Jamie (2009-06)
      Over the past 40 years, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) has aimed to assist limited resource audiences in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes and changed behaviors necessary for nutritionally ...
    • EFNEP: How We Started 

      Dollahite, Jamie (2009-06)
      Over the past 40 years, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) has aimed to assist limited resource audiences in acquiring the knowledge, skills, attitudes and changed behaviors necessary for nutritionally ...
    • A Growing College, redux: When Home Economics Became Human Ecology - Audio 

      Kay, Gwen (2009-03-04)
      In 1969, after 5 years of deliberation and planning, Cornell's College of Home Economics became the College of Human Ecology. Gwen Kay, Associate Professor of History at SUNY Oswego and 2008 recipient of the Cornell CHE ...
    • A Growing College, redux: When Home Economics Became Human Ecology - Video 

      Kay, Gwen (2009-03-04)
      In 1969, after 5 years of deliberation and planning, Cornell's College of Home Economics became the College of Human Ecology. Gwen Kay, Associate Professor of History at SUNY Oswego and 2008 recipient of the Cornell CHE ...
    • Health Care Reform: Where Are We Now? 

      White, William; Simon, Kosali (2009-11-30)
      Health reform remains a work in progress. Faculty members from the Department of Policy Analysis and Management discuss the current debate on health care reform in the U.S.. The discussion provides a comparison of legislative ...
    • Martha Van Rensselaer: A Vision for the Ages 

      Stewart, Gary (Cornell University Human Ecology, 2009-06-30)
      A documentary on the life and work of Martha Van Rensselaer, who helped to found the Cornell school that is now the College of Human Ecology, and in doing so greatly influenced the education of women and the direction of ...
    • Risky Decision Making in Adolescence 

      Reyna, Valerie (2009-03)
      Valerie Reyna describes the developmental differences in the way adolescents make decisions and reviews her research regarding why adolescents perceive risks and benefits and yet take more risks.