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

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:

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:

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.

Nutrition Education for limited-resource minority audiences.

NUFS 2110 Elementary Nutrition

BS (1993), Home Economics with a concentration in Foods and Nutrition -- Southern 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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