Chiquita Briley

Interim Department Head
Public Health Nutrition Specialist/Associate Professor
Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Sciences

Contact Information:

Office Location:  107 Fred Humphries Bldg.
Telephone:  615-963-5617
Email:  cbriley1@tnstate.edu

Research Interests:

Community Nutrition and Nutrition Education

Refereed Publications:

Edwards, K, McKee, G., Briley, C, Mikel, W. (2012) Guatemala Dairy Micro-enterprises: Opportunities and Obstacles for the youth of Guatemala. World Soy Foundation: http://www.worldsoyfoundation.org/news&events/news_releases/chs-guatemala-report-oct12.pdf

Jackson,T., Parker, S., Hermann, J., Miracle, S., Briley,C. (2012) Understanding Native American Women’s Views of Physical Activity to Inform Family Based Program Development. Journal of Extension vol 50:4: http://www.joe.org/joe/2012august/tt7.php

Paker,S., Hunter, T., Briley,C., Miracle, S., Hermann, J., VanDelinder, J., Standridge,J. (2011) Formative assessment using social marketing principles to identify health and nutrition perspectives of Native American women living within the Chickasaw Nation boundaries. J Nutr Educ Behav. Vol 43:1, pp55-62  

Heiselt, A. and Briley, C. (2011) The Day One Leadership Program: Engaging Campus in Community Hunger Issues through Service Learning. Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education Vol 1:2, pp 1-11.

Parker, S., Phelps, J., Briley, C. (2008) Economic Development and Redevelopment: A Toolkit on Land Use and Health. From California Department of Health Services. 153-page primer for public health advocates to stimulate the development of new food retail or to expand food access in low-income neighborhoods. J Nutr Educ Behav. Vol 40:4, pp 270-271.    

Briley, C. (2006). Obesity among Postpartum African-American Adolescents. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Vol 106: 1, pp 87-88.

Briley,C., Flanagan, N.L., and Lewis, N. (2002). In-Home Prenatal Nutrition Intervention Increased Dietary Iron Intakes and Reduced Low Birth weight in Low-Income African-American Women. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. Vol 102: 7, pp 984-987.


Extension:

Nutrition Education for limited-resource minority audiences.

Teaching:

NUFS 2110 Elementary Nutrition

Education:

BS (1993), Home Economics with a concentration in Foods and Nurtition -- Souther University and A&M College
MS (1996), Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics -- University of Nebraska-Lincoln
PhD (2004), Human Sciences with a specialization in Nutrition and Health Sciences -- University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Date joined staff: 2013


 






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