2011 - 2012 MMC Project List
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2011 - 2012Project CodeEvent DateMMC Goals MetProject NameEvent DescriptionMMC StaffMMC Staff HoursCommunity PartnersFunding SourceFunding AmountCostNumber of MMC InternsMMC Intern HoursNumber of MMC VolunteersMMC Volunteer HoursNumber of Community ContactsNotes
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1CSA8/30/20111, 2, 4, 5CSAThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.
Jackson1Underwood Family Farms134634
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2CSA9/6/20111, 2, 4, 5Community Supported AgricultureThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.Jackson2Underwood Family Farms1331.536
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3CSA9/13/20111, 2, 4, 5CSAThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.Jackson1Underwood Family Farms1331.536
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4CSA9/27/20114,5,6CSACommunity Supported Agriculture is intended to bring fresh, sustainable and local produce, from Underwood Family Farms, to CSUN staff, faculty, students and other affiliates.Jackson1321.5
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5CSA10/18/20111, 2, 4, 5Community Supported AgricultureThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.Jackson1Underwood Family Farms1331.548
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6CSA10/11/20111, 2, 4, 5Community Supported AgricultureThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.Jackson1Underwood Family Farms1331.538
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7CSA10/25/20111, 2, 4, 5Community Supported AgricultureThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.Jackson1Underwood Family Farms1331.547
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8CSA11/1/20111, 2, 4, 5Community Supported AgricultureThe CSA program allows CSUN faculty, staff, and students to receive weekly boxes of farm-fresh produce through membership with Underwood Family Farms.Jackson1Underwood Family Farms1331.541
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9EVENT8/27/20112,45th Annual Family Resource FairThe Marilyn Magaram Center attended the 5th Annual Family Resource Fair at San Fernando High School, sponsored by Assemblymember Felipe Fuentes, in hopes to spread awareness to families in the community about the importance of healthy eating. We also promoted MMC Health Access services.Jackson, Sutherland13The Institute for Community Health and WellbeingNA0090
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10EVENT9/1/20111,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar "2011 Food & Health Survey Food Safety Web Cast: Cook It Safe: Practical Strategies to Reduce Foodborne Illness," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The event provided students with the opportunity to receive education on food safety and food-borne illness. The webinar counted as 1 CEU for RDs. Sutherland2The International Food Information Council Foundation0010001
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11EVENT9/22/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar "Food Basket Basics: Using the Supermarket as a Nutrition Learning Tool," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The webinar counted as 1 CEU for RDs. Sutherland2ConAgra Foods, Judy Dodd, MS, RD, LDN; Caroline Whitby, MS, RD, LDN010000
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12EVENT9/29/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar, "Seafood and 2010 Dietary Guidelines," was presented by ConAgra Foods, and was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The webinar addressed current seafood regulations and counted as 1 CEU. Sutherland2ConAgra Foods, Madeleine-Sigman-Grant, PhD, RD University of Nevada Cooperative Extension0010000
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13EVENT10/13/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar "Getting Real about Cereal," was presented by Kellogg School Nutrition Foundation. The event was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The webinar counted as 1 CEU.Sutherland2Kellogg School Nutrition Foundation0010000
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14EVENT10/31/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar, "Omega 3,6,9: What the RD Needs to Know," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The webinar covered the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans related to fat consumption as well as essential fatty acids, Omega 3, 6, and 9.Sutherland200010000
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15EVENT10/24/20112,4,5Food DayProvided students with nutritional information by tabling on campus in recognition of Food Day. Promoted MMC services and programs such as Health Assess and CSA.Jackson, Smith, Sutherland12Institute of Community Health and Well-Being, SDFSA00040000
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16EVENT11/3/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar, "Stevia: From Gras to Grocery," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The event counted as 1 CEU.Sutherland2000010000
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17EVENT9/14/20112,5Men's Basketball Team Cooking ClassEllen Bauersfeld, R.D. presented a lecture on the importance and relevance of super foods for the human body to the CSUN Men's Basketball Team. The lecture was followed by a demonstration of four simply, healthy, and costly recipes. Sutherland27Ellen Bauersfeld, R.D., CSUN Men's Basketball TeamCSUN Men's Basketball Team2002000096020
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18EVENT11/7/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar, "What's in the Home is What's on the Plate: Evidence- Based Strategies for Counseling Families about the Home Food and Physical Environment," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The webinar counted as 1 CEU for RDs. Sutherland21
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19EVENT11/14/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar, "The Family of Fibers: Dietary Variety for Maximum Health Benefits," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The webinar counted as 1 CEU.Sutherland2001000
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20EVENT11/16/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe showing of the film, "Forks Over Knives," was free to students, RDs, and other professionals.Sutherland2001000
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21EVENT12/1/20112,5Brown Bag Lecture SeriesThe webinar, "Back to Home Plate: Culinary Basics as Health Strategy," was open to students, RDs, and other professionals. The event counted as 1 CEU for RDs.Sutherland2001000
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22GRANTFall 2011 semester2, 3, 4, 5HUD grantAddressing obesity through physical activity education; physical exercise; nutrition education and gardening education at three elementary schools in Van Nuys CA.Gilbert, Little, LopezLAUSD
Northridge Hospital
Housing and Urban Development300,000 yearly300,000 yearly11094013204 parent sessions (30 parents) = 120
4 nutrition ed (100 children) = 400
4 garden ed =400
4 garden classroom = 400
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23INTERNJuly 1st 1, 2, 4, 5Ask the DietitianUp to 6 MMC interns staff a table once a month at the Canoga Park farmers' market to provide nutrition education and recipe samples to market patrons. All supplies provided by the LA County Dept. of Public Health.LittleN/ALA County Dept. of Public Health
Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles (SEE LA)
All materials (educational handouts, recipes, food, utensils) provided by LA County Dept. of Public HealthN/AN/A612000120
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24INTERN8/23/20111, 3, 5, 6Food Chemistry Lab internshipThrough the MMC internship program, two undergraduate students work in the Food Chemistry lab to assist with laboratory maintenance, chemical preparation and cleaning. In this way, they gain experience in working in a food chemistry lab, dealing with chemicals and equipment common to the food industry as well as working closely with the instructor to gain insight into the academic laboratory.Little1FCS Department (Instructional Support Assistant and Faculty)N/AN/AN/A210000300Food Chem interns put in about 5 hours weekly each semester x 10 weeks thus far in semester. There are 15 students in each of the two labs (30 students per week x 10 weeks = 300 contacts)
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25INTERN8/23/20111,3,5Food Science InternshipThrough the MMC internship program, 4 students work in the Food Science laboratory to assist instructors and students in the laboratory. Interns help identify and locate ingredients, maintain equipment and clarify instructions and technique. Interns also assist with general laboratory maintenance, cleaning and experiment set up.Little, Jackson1FCS Department (ISA and Faculty)N/AN/AN/
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26INTERN8/23/20111,3,5Food Science InternshipThrough the MMC internship program, 4 students work in the Food Science laboratory to assist instructors and students in the laboratory. Interns help identify and locate ingredients, maintain equipment and clarify instructions and technique. Interns also assist with general laboratory maintenance, cleaning and experiment set up.Little, Jackson1FCS Department (ISA and Faculty)N/A although students are provided 1 academic creditN/AN/A416000640Each of four interns work 4 hours in the lab per week. In 10 weeks so far that is 160 hours. There are 4 labs of 16 students = 64 students weekly x 10 weeks = 640 contacts.
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27INTERNFall 2011 semester1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6VA/MOVE internship Through the MMC internship program, a student works with the RD at the Veteran's Administration facility to provide nutrition and healthy lifestyle education to veterans. This allows the student to interact with this increasingly prevalent population, as well as gain valuable teaching, counseling and curriculum development skills. The student also gains valuable insight into the profession working side by side with an RDLittle, Jackson1West Los Angeles VAN/A - academic credit1 credit per semesterN/A16000Community contacts unknown at this point - waiting on documentation reported by intern.
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28INTERNFall 2011 semester1, 2, 3, 4, 5Mazon Commuinty ResearchThrough the MMC internship program, a student works with Mazon, a community based hunger relief organization to develop assessment and educational materials for use in food banks nationwide.Little, Jackson1Mazon, A Jewish Response to HungerN/A - academic creditN/AN/A100
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29INTERNFall 20112,4,5Food ForwardThrough the MMC internship program, students work with the local gleaning program, Food Forward to gain leadership and administrative skills in the areas of sustainablility, hunger relief and non-profit management.Little, Jackson1Food ForwardN/A - academic credit00100
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30INTERNFall 2011 semester2Garden InternshipMMC interns coordinate with the CSUN garden committee, SDFSA and others (HUD grant, Food Forward) to gain experience in gardening, gardening education and sustainable projects.Little, Jackson1CSUN garden committee, Food Forward, HUD grant investigatorsN/A -students receive 1 academic credit;
While there are some potential costs associated with this internship (garden supplies, etc.) at this time, none have been exepended.
N/A~200300
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31NCB3/17/20111, 3, 4, 510th Nutrition College BowlThe MMC will host the 10th Annual Nutrition College Bowl. This year SDFSA's Career Symposium will take place during the event, allowing students from schools outside of the Los Angeles area an opportunity to participate.Gilbert, Little, Jackson, Smith, Sutherland, LopezTBDIRA Funds/ Donations/GrantsTBD$10,000TBDTBDTBDTBDTBD
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32NCB10/1/20111, 3, 4, 5, 6NCB QuestionsOrganizing question bank for use in generating 10th NCB competition questionsLittle, Lopez, Smith6nonenone0000000
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33SER10/13/20116Marketing materialsCreated and revised marketing materials for HealthAssess services on-campusSmith, Lopez5nonenone000000
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34SER08/01/11 - 11/1/111,2Diet AnalysisIntern analysis of client's three-day food intake using Food Processor nutrition analysis program. Results are summarized and printed for client's knowledge. The service supplies customized nutrition education to students, staff, and community public as well as gives student interns the opportunity to practice dietetic skills in a community setting. Smith12460022Each Diet Analysis occupies 30 min-2 hrs of intern work hours.
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35SER8/1/11 - 11/4/111,2BodPodBodPod services provide highly accurate body composition testing for clients for the purposes of determining health risk, tracking changes in body fat , and tracking changes in fat-free mass. In addition to providing a health assessment tool, the BodPod helps educate clients in diet and fitness. It is used by the CSUN Athletics Department for monitoring the success of diet and fitness goals. And it provides CSUN student interns a means of interacting with health and wellness clients and teaching them trained career skills. Smith18$35022009561 CSUN athletes
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36SER7/16/20111, 3, 4, 5, 6ServSafeServSafe is one-day course designed to provide food professionals with critical knowledge and skills about food safety and sanitation. Concepts covered in this practical training include: the dangers of food borne illness, how to prevent it and the keys to keeping food safe during all stages of receiving, food storage, preparation and serving, and cooling and reheating; all aspects of appropriate cleaning and sanitation as well as pest management; and, Effective methods of training other employees to understand and follow safe food handling practices. Little11California Restaurant AssociationFees collected. $120 for new books. $110 for used books.1209.751471.8100000
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37SER10/15/20111, 3, 4, 5, 6ServSafeServSafe is one-day course designed to provide food professionals with critical knowledge and skills about food safety and sanitation. Concepts covered in this practical training include: the dangers of food borne illness, how to prevent it and the keys to keeping food safe during all stages of receiving, food storage, preparation and serving, and cooling and reheating; all aspects of appropriate cleaning and sanitation as well as pest management; and, Effective methods of training other employees to understand and follow safe food handling practices. Little11California Restaurant AssociationFees collected. $120 for new books. $110 for used books.460000000Check from CRA not yet received as of 11/4/11
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38MMC1/2/20124,5,6MMC Spanish WebsiteDevelopment, creation and implementation of a Spanish-language MMC website meant to address the language barriers many community members encounter. Many of the current beneficiaries of the MMC's community project are Spanish-only speakers. The Spanish site will give them an opportunity to view opportunities available to them via the MMC, as well as any community organizations the MMC works with.Chilet, Lopez40n/anone0Staff Hourly Rates00000
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39SER11/4/11-2/4/121,2,3BodPod BodPod services provide highly accurate body composition testing for clients for the purposes of determining health risk, tracking changes in body fat , and tracking changes in fat-free mass. In addition to providing a health assessment tool, the BodPod helps educate clients in diet and fitness. It is used by the CSUN Athletics Department for monitoring the success of diet and fitness goals. And it provides CSUN student interns a means of interacting with health and wellness clients and teaching them trained career skills. Smith20Foundation Account$145$145220046Cost: 46 clients x $3.15 per test (breathing tube)
30-athletic contract, 16-public/CSUN affiliate
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40EVENT1/19/20121,2,3High School Class TourTour of the MMC to 12 high school nutrition students, coordinated by Lisa Garfield, MPH, RD. Demonstration of BodPod and additional anthropometric measurements. Smith1.500000013
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41INTERN1/24/20121, 4, 5, 6Spring Intern OrientationOrient new interns to the MMC, internship procedures, and community partners. Led by Ritamarie Little, assisted by Nathan Lopez, Janelle Smith, Jenna Jackson, attended by undergraduate and graduate CSUN students in food science and nutrition. Little, Jackson, Smith1.500201000
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42EVENT1/26/20122,4,SRC OpeningTable in Plaza del Sol to inform campus and community of the MMC, its projects, and general health promotion. In support of the opening of the new Student Recreation Center and in collaboration with SDFSA. Jackson, Smith6CSUN Student Recreation Center, Associated Students00000030
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43NCB3/10/20121, 3, 4, 510th Nutrition College BowlThe MMC hosted the 10th Annual Nutrition College Bowl. This year SDFSA's Career Symposium will take place during the event, allowing students from schools outside of the Los Angeles area an opportunity to participate.Gilbert, Little, Jackson, Smith, Sutherland100+SDFSASCIFTs, Jobs in Dietetics, California Restaurant Association, CSUN IRA Grant1000010000001530100
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