Evaluation of School Salad Bars and Fruit and Vegetable Consumption

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Company Name: 
College of Health Solutions, School of Nutrition and Health Promotion
Preferred Skills or Majors: 
Interest in health promotion, behavioral science, public health, and/or nutrition.
Closing Date: 
January 31, 2018
Desired Academic Year: 
Freshman, Sophmore, Junior, Senior
Location or Campus: 
Phoenix, AZ
Hours Per Week: 
Two days per week

Project Description: 

Drs. Marc Adams and Meg Bruening are seeking research assistants for a National Institutes of Health funded research project studying the effect of school salad bars on student fruit and vegetable consumption and waste, in elementary, middle and high schools. Research Assistants will conduct hands-on research involving the collection of analysis of basic data, including the pre-test process of marketing materials, in addition to the pre and post evaluations of plate waste. You will also have the opportunity to participate in data entry, record organization, and various projects on an as needed basis.

Position is 2 semester minimum with the option to continue based on performance/interest.  Must commit at least 2 days per week; may include weekday mornings, afternoons or evenings and occasional weekends.

Application Instructions and Contact Info: 

Please visit http://bit.ly/2rWe98l to fill out an application, or email ashleygrabb@asu.edu if you have any questions.