This course will examine a broad range of community-based research and programs within the United States. Strategies for effective community-engagement and programming planning, implementation and evaluation will be discussed. Specific attention will be given to cultural tailoring of interventions. Students will engage in experiential learning and will work in teams to write a community funding proposal. Students will be required to present their funding proposal to a community panel. Field visits will allow students to interact with and learn from public health experts.
Pre-Req: NUTR.6000 Public Health Nutrition Practice & MPH Public Health-MPH Graduate Students only or by permission of instructor.