HHP Students Showcase Their Research at Undergraduate Research Day 2014
HHP undergraduate students showcased their research at the 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Day on October 9th, 2014 in the Rockwell Pavilion, M.D. Anderson Library. The event highlighted the achievements of over 150 undergraduate researchers from the University of Houston through poster and oral presentations.
Dr. Hernandez (center) with her students - (L-R) Ms. Victoria Rios , Ms. Shelly Temple, Ms. Yanely Alonso, Ms. Fiorella Saavedra and Mr. Denny Dao (scroll down for more images)
The following undergraduate students presented their research at the event:
Body Composition Measures Among Hispanic Mothers at Risk for Food lnsecurity
Stress and Depression among Food Insecure Hispanic Mothers in Southeast Houston
Children's Physical Activity, Body Composition & Maternal Perceptions & Concerns of Children's Weight Status
Food Stamp Challenge: How Well Do Nutrition Majors Fair on a Food Stamp Diet?
Dr. Hernandez/Dr. Lee
Impact of Garden-Based Nutrition Education Curriculum on the Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among Preschool Children
Psychosocial Predictors of Excess Gestational Weight Gain
Haptic Guidance for Improving Postural Control In Parkinson's Disease
Hiroe Okamoto (COE student)
Mindfulness is Associated with Stress among Homeless Adults (paper presentation)