Fueling Academic Performance: Fostering Healthy Eating Among Students
March is Nutrition month, so it seems like a good time for Nick Stuber to share highlights from his recent work on the importance of good nutrition in schools and some ways to achieve it.
Research has linked substance abuse with many issues that affect well-being including: poor academic achievement, school suspensions, unemployment, homelessness, violence, mental illness, and poverty. In this blog, Laura Schauben, research scientist, explains the importance of substance abuse prevention.
Researcher Rebecca Schultz Competes in Global Health Competition
After winning the local Global Health Case Competition at the University of Minnesota, research associate Rebecca Schultz competed at the international conference held at Emory University in late March. Rebecca is in the School of Public Health program at the University of Minnesota, and competed with fellow classmates. Congratulations Rebecca! See Rebecca's bio