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TERRA LISA SMITH

Assoc Professor

Health Sport Sciences

Office Location: 161B Elma Neal Roan Fieldhouse

Phone: (901) 678-3107

Email: tsmith3@memphis.edu

  •   Canale SB, Smith TL, Egan BM, Roach RR. A Point-of-Purchase Messaging Program Increases Sales of Identified Healthy Items in a University Food Court. Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo,  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 6-9, 2012.
  • Meeks JM, Smith TL, Roach RR, George EO. (2012). A Faith-based Weight Loss Intervention Program: Lessons Learned. Translating Research into Practice Innovations, Tennessee Dietetic Assocation's Annual Meeting, April 19-20, 2012. 
  •  Smith, T. L. (2011). Seventeen years of Service: A review of what RD's and DTR's have said about soup kitchens?  Tennessee Dietetic Association's 2011 Annual Meeting. March 3, 2011.  
  • Smith, T.L. Speaker. NCBDFCS Annual Banquet held during The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Convention. Cleveland, Ohio, June 2010.  
  • R. Williams, C. Faccio, J. Bittle, T. Smith (2010). Calcium and Vitamin D Intak in Boys with Autism. 2010 Food and Nutrition Conference, The American Dietetic Assocation. 
  • Smith, T. L.  Member of a Panel Discussion for the Introduction to College Learning course. July 21, 2010. Victory University (formerly Crichton College), Memphis, TN.
  •  Smith, T.L. (2010). Canning fruits and vegetables. Mid-South Peace and Justice Center. July 2010. 
  •  Smith, T.L. (2009). Canning fruits and vegetables. Mid-South Peace and Justice Center. September 2009. 
  • Scott, J.D., Smith, T.L., Carney, V., Stockton, M. (2010). The perception of breastfeeding among pregnant adolescents and adolescent mothers who participate in the WIC program. 2010 Food and Nutrition Conference, The American Dietetic Association.
  • Smith, T. (2010). Soups Up: Do cooperative extension services have food safety programs and resources developed for soup kitchen volunteers?  Tennessee Dietetic Association's 2010 Annual Meeting. April 22, 2010. 
  •  Smith, T. (2010). University Students Making the Case for Food Safety. 2010 USDA Food Safety Education Conference. Atlanta, GA, March 25, 2010.
  • Owensby, Jennifer. (Faculty Mentor: Terra Smith) Flaxseed smoothies are beneficial to diabetic patients with gastroparesis in meeting the RDA's for macronutrients. NCUR, April 17, 2009. (Accepted).
  • Miller, Rebecca (Faculty Mentor: Terra Smith). Implementing a hydrocolloid-based gelatin product in clinical diet therapy among a culturally and religious diverse population. NCUR, April 17, 2009. (Accepted)
  • Campbell, Wayne. (Faculty Mentor: Terra Smith) Veggie Pops: A Healthy Alternative to Traditional Popsicles. NCUR, April 17, 2009. (Accepted).
  • Justus, Audrey. (Faculty Mentor: Terra Smith). ACCEPTABILITY OF A FRUIT JUICE WITH INCREASED ANTIOXIDANTS FOR CHILDHOOD CANCER PATIENTS. NCUR, April 17, 2009. (Accepted).
  • Smith, T.L. The†Good Life: Experience and Discuss Vygotsky's Social Development Theory of Learning as Applied in an Undergraduate Curriculum. Memphis in May Student Affairs Conference 2008, May 9, 2008.††
  • Duncan, G.S., Meeks, J.M., Miller, R., Smith, T.L. Promoting good will to good health: Service Projects of dietetic students. Living, working, and playing in a diverse global society: The Department of Health and Sport Sciences Open House. March 12, 2008. 
  • Smith, T.L. Undergraduate scholarship. University of Memphis Health Promotion Program: Expanding our boundaries; Embracing our community. The University of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee, November 20, 2006.   
  • †Smith, T.L., Duncan, G.S. Undergraduate Dietetic Students Disseminate Food Safety Information Across Campus: Program Evaluation. Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo, The American Dietetic Association , Chicago, Illinois, †October 25-28, 2008.†
  • Smith, T.L. Integrating undergraduate scholarship into the curriculum. Tenneessee Colligate Honors Council Annual Meeting, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, February, 16-17, 2007.  
  • Duncan, G.S., Smith, T.L. A campaign for food safety among college students (student worker perspective). The Tenneessee Dietetic Association 2008 Leadership Institutue. David Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee, February 28, 2008.   
  • Smith, T.L.†Faculty perceptions of college student feedback concerning the use of web-based electronic files for distribution of course materials.†American†Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Conference & Expo, June 19-22, 2008. Milwaukee, Wisconsin. †††
  •  Miller, R. (Faculty Mentor Terra L. Smith). INVESTIGATING CULTURALLY ACCEPTABLE GELATIN SUBSTITUTES. The National Conference of Undergradutae Research. April 10-12, 2008. Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland.   
  •   Kapadia C.,  Ratliff, M. (Faculty Mentor Terra L. Smith). ACCEPTABILITY OF ETHNIC SAVORY SNACK BARS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS. The National Conference of Undergradutae Research. April 10-12, 2008. Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland.   
  • Smith, TL. (November 16, 2007). Nutrition in College: Eating on the run. Adult Student Association. The University of Memphis.   
  • NATIONAL EDUCATIONAL SESSION:

    Smith TL. (2002). The scholarship of service: Opportunties for students and faculty. 93rd Annual Meeting and Exposition, Shaping Viable Communities for a Sustainable Society. American Association for Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Meeting, Dallas, TN, June 22-25.  

  • Smith, Terra (Presiding Officer).  C. Sealey-Potts and  J. Pegues (Speakers). African Americans' Dietary Lifestyles: Health Implications, Community Intervention and Outcomes. ADA Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo. Chicago, IL, October 25-28, 2008.  
  • Smith TL. (Program Planner & Speaker), Sun MM, Ettinger E, Eady C. (2002).  Strategies for productive research and scholarship: Perspective from practitioners, educators, and researchers. American Dietetic Association, Food & Nutrition Conference & Exhibition, Philadephia, October 19-22. 
  • Stewart BL (organizer); Panelists: Alexander KL, Crase D, Kandiah J, Kato S, Scjedulz PA, Smith TL, and Thompson N. (2003). Using the AAFCS Monograph Research Applications in Family and Consumer Sciences: The Authors Speak. American Association for Family and Consumer Sciences Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., June 28-July 1. 
  • National Coalition for Black Development in Family†and Consumer Sciences†2007-2008 Board. How has technology affected the life cycle stages of African-American families? American Association†of Family & Consumer Sciences (AAFCS) 99th Annual Conference & Expo, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 19-22, 2008. ††
  • REGIONAL AND NATIONAL CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
  • Smith TL et al. Public Policy Edudational Session. American Association of Family and Sciences and Education 2007 Annual Conference and Exposition, Reno, Nevada, June 2007. (submitted). 
  • Smith, T. (1993). The sensory evaluation of the Meal-On-The-Go food bar supplemented with vitamins and minerals or corn bran. So. Assn. of Agri. Sci. Proc., Tulsa, OK, February 3, Abst. 33, paper session.
  • Smith, T. , Knight, S. (1994). Nutrient availability from a high protein, high calcium pasta. So. Assn. of Agri. Sci. Proc. (SAAS), Nashville, TN February 9, Abst. 44, paper session.
  • Smith, T. and Knight, S. (1996). The effect of protein level on bone density of rats fed a high-protein, high-calcium pasta diet. So. Assn. of Agri. Sci. Proc. (SAAS). Greensboro, NC, February 5, Abst. A-4, paper session.
  • Smith, T. and Knight, S. (1996). Fortified food for the elderly: Nutrient availability from a high-protein, high-calcium pasta. So. Gerontol. Soc. (SGS), Little Rock, AR, April 26, poster.
  • Smith, T. , Knight, S. (1996). Nutrient availability from a high-protein, high-calcium pasta (carcass analysis). American Dietetic Association (ADA), San Antonio, TX, Oct. 21-24, poster.
  • Smith, T., Knight, S. (1997). Nutrient availability from a high-protein, high-calcium pasta (bone mineral levels). S. Assn. of Agri. Sci. Proc. (SAAS), Birmingham, AL. Feb. 3, Abst. 17, paper session.
  • Smith, T. , Knight, S. (1998). Nutrient availability from a high-protein, high-calcium pasta (bone strength studies). So. Assn. of Agri. Sci. Proc. (SAAS). Chattanooga, TN, April 16-19, poster.
  • Smith, T. , Takauchi, M.S. (1998). A comparison of nutritional practices of early childcare facilities in Memphis, Tennessee and in Nishinomiya City, Japan. Tennessee Dietetic Association (TDA), Nashville, November 7 and American Dietetic Association (ADA), Atlanta, GA, October 1999, poster.
  • Smith, T. (1999). Maximizing the use of recovered foods to increase the efficiency of feeding the hungry in Memphis, TN. S. Assn. of Agri. Sci. Proc. (SAAS), Memphis, TN, Feb. 2, Speaker.
  • Smith, T., Takauchi, M.S. , Crase, D. (1999). Comparison of health care practices and attitudes of personnel in early
  • Childcare facilities in Nishinomiya City, Japan and Memphis, Tennessee. The American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (AAFCS), Seattle, WA, June 1999, poster.
  • Smith, T. (2000). Research Across the Curriculum. American Dietetic Association (ADA). Denver, CO, October 16-19,Speaker.
  • Giudice, S.J., Smith, T.L., Smith, M.A., Clemens, L. H. (2000). Determining barriers to and effective strategies for improving calcium intake among elderly African Americans in urban congregate meal sites. American DieteticAssociation (ADA), Denver, CO, October 16-19. poster. 
  • Smith, T. L. , Sun, M., Janna, W. S. (2001). Characterizing process control of fluid viscosity and identifyingfood thickening-related training needs in long-term care facilities. American Dietetic Association (ADA). St. Louis, MO, October 20-23.
  • Nwobilor, L. E. , Smith, T. L. (2001). Investigating food viscosity training needs of direct care staff of individuals with dysphagia. Nutrition for Children with Special Health Care Needs in Managed Care Using Telecommunications: An Interdisciplinary Nutrition short course. Sponsored by University of Cincinnati Center for Development Disorders, Children's Hospital Medical Center, The University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, September 27-29. 
  • Dudley, J., Clemens, L. H., Smith, T. L., Ward, K. (2001). Comparing restrained eating in African-American and Caucasian women at varying body mass indexes. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, St. Louis, MO, October 23, poster.
  • Harmon, J. J., Clemens, L. H., Smith, M. A., Smith, T. L. (2002). Reimbursement for Nutrition Services: Survey of third party payers and registered dietitians in Tennessee and comparison with reimbursement practices in Tennessee in 1991. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA, October 18-22, 2002.
  • Blair, L. W., Smith, T. L. (2003). Investigating the undergraduate student's perceptions of university research opportunities and faculty's pedagogical values for undergraduate research. National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2003. Salt Lake City, Utah, March 13-15.
  • Coffey, C, Cunningham, M., George, A., Noah, J., Smith, T.L. (2003) Investigating Food Attribute Changes Due to Substitution of Infant Formula for Milk. National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2003. Salt Lake City, Utah, March 13-15.
  • Smith, T. L., Sun, M. M., Nwobilor, L. E. (2003). Development of a knowledge-based food thickener questionnaire. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, TX, October 24-28.
  • Smith, T. L., Williams, S. P. (2003). Barriers to dietary calcium intake of African American mothers participating in an urban WIC program: A pilot study. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, TX, October 24-28.
  • Mann, M.B., Tylavsky, F.A., Clemens, L.H., Smith, T.L. (2003). Energy expenditure form physical activity and bone mass among adolescents. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, TX, October 24-28.
  • Hunter, A.E., Clemens, L.H., Slawson, D.L., Smith, T.L. (2003). Employing focused interviews as a means to investigate factors that influence validity and reliability of dietary assessment tools. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition, San Antonio, TX, October 24-28.
  • Guess, J., Long, A., Skeen, A., & Smith, TL. (2004). Maximizing the use of leftover oatmeal. 18th National Conference on Undergraduate Research. Indianapolis, Indiana, April 15-17, 2004.
  • Smith, T.L. (2004) Promoting opportunities to participate in undergraduate foods research throughout the curriculum. Institute of Food Technologists Annual Meeting and Food Expo, July 12-16, Las Vegas, Nevada. (unable to attend to do finances.)
  • McClung, K.M., Clemens, L.H., Smith, T.L., Nwobilor, L.E. (2004). Effect of Benefiber on the occurrence of constipation and use of laxative agents. American Dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference and Exhibition,, Anahein, CA, October 2-5, 2004.
  • Smith, T.L. (2005) Promoting opportunities to participate in undergraduate foods research throughout the curriculum. American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences 2005 Annual Conference and Exposition, Minneapolis, Minnesota June 2005.
  • Smith TL. Exploring the use of informal cognitive assessment skills in Family and Consumer Sciences Professional Literature.  The American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences 2006 Annual Conference & Expo, Charlotte, NC, June 22-25, 2006.
  • Smith TL. Each-one-teach-one: Transporting food safety education from the university classroom into the local community. 2006 Food Safety Education Conference: Reaching at-risk audiences and today's other food safety challenges. Denver, CO, September 27-29, 2006.
  • Smith TL. What's going on: Reviewing and discussing integrative learning.  Memphis in May Student Affairs Conference. May 19, 2006, Memphis, Tennessee.  
  • Smith TL. Supporting the integration of service learning ans research into undergraduate curriculum. National Conference of Undergraduate Research. University of North Carolina at Asheville, April 6-8, 2006. 
  • Wallick AM, Scott J, Brown K, Fienup K, Hillilard L, Seward M. (Faculty mentor: Smith TL). Development of food bars for antioxidant repletion. National Conference of Undergraduate Research. University of North Carolina at Asheville, April 6-8, 2006. (accepted). Student Research Forum, The University of Memphis, April 11, 2006.
  • State Conventions:
  • Amunrud, E., Mitchell, C.O., Smith, T., Sun, M. (1999). Acceptability and health effects of commercially prepared pureed foods in nursing home residents. The Tennessee Dietetic Association, Paris Landing, TN, April 16.
  • Barron, J.C., Pearson, C., Smith, T. (1999). Recovered bagels used as bread substitute in meatball recipe.
  • The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, March 26; The Tennessee Dietetic Association, Paris Landing, TN, April 16.
  • Hendry, S., Holliday, K.L., Fletcher, L., Smith, T. (1999). Sensory differences in standard versus bagel spinach product. The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, March 26; The Tennessee Dietetic Association, Paris Landing, TN, April 16.
  • Mahaffey, L., Roach, R., Smith, T., Kedia, S., Williams, R. (1999). Nutritional practices of women in families with human immunodeficiency virus. The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, March 26; The Tennessee Dietetic Association, Paris Landing, TN, April 16.
  • Pratt, G., Heard, M., Buttermore, J., Rone, R., Smith, T. (1999). Standard and recovered bagels meatloaf found to be similar. The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, March 26; The Tennessee Dietetic Association, Paris Landing, TN, April 16.
  • Kent, A., Smith, T. (2000). The acceptability of weaning foods made with infant formula as a milk substitute. The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, March 27; The Tennessee Dietetic Association, Nashville, TN, April 17.
  • Smith, T.L., Janna, W., Sun, M. (2001). Strategies for Success: Partnering among consumer science faculty, engineering faculty, and a clinical dietitian. The Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences,Murfreesboro, TN, March 38-30.
  • Smith, T.L. , Janna, W., & Sun, M. Memphis, TN (2001). The use of statistical process control techniques to characterize the viscosities of fluids in long-term care facilities. The 3rd Annual Area Engineering and Science Conference, Memphis, TN, May 11.
  • Smith, T. L. (2001). RE-CIPE: A research group methodology encouraging relationship, community, individual voice, personal experience, and empowerment. Tennessee Academy of Sciences, Murfreesboro, TN, November 8-11.
  • Smith, T.L. & Kuykendall, E.R. (2004) Exploring the integration of intellectual development technology into professional practice: A reflective process. Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Paris Landing State Park, Buchanan, TN, March 31-April 2.
  • Smith, T.L. (2005) There and Back Again: A professor tells of adventures into the student affairs domain of informal assessment of student cognitive development. Memphis in May Student Affairs Conference, May 20, Memphis, Tennessee.
  • Smith, T.L. (2005). In search of my students' gardens: A journey toward informal cognitive assessment of undergraduate dietetic students. Tennessee Dietetic Association Annual Conference, April 15, Jackson, Tennessee.
  • Stampley, D., Kesler, E., Smith, T.L. Development of acceptable gluten-free products. Tennessee Dietetic Association Annual Conference, April 15, 2005, Jackson, Tennessee .
  • Krank, KJ, Clemens, LH, Smith, TL, Stevens, PM. (2005). A study to determine if education and exposure to a new product increases acceptance in peanut allergic families. Tennessee Academy of Sciences. November 18, Jackson, Tennessee.
  • Presented talk on the nutritional care of people with developmental disabilities for Department of Human Services Case Managers with the Wellness Center, Oklahoma State University, 1991.
  • Presented talk at an Oklahoma Dietetic Association sponsored seminar on the nutritional care of people with developmental disabilities, 1992.
  • Smith, TL.  Title of presentation: A literature review of the use of informal cognitive assessment skills among food and nutrition professionals. 2006 Annual Meeting for the Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences.
  • Smith, T.L. (2006). What's going on: A review and discussion of integrative learning. The Academic Affairs-Student Affairs Partnership. Implementing integrative learning: Pathways that retain student for success. 18th Annual Memphis in May Conference The University of Memphis, May 19, 2006.
  • OTHER:

    Invited Speaker, Promoting a Healthy Head Start Conference. Oklahoma State University, University Extension and Development, Memphis, TN, 9/30/98. 

  • Girsch, L., Webb, C., Bolton, R., Johnson, A., Owen., Richmond, A., and Smith, T.L. Tennessee Academy of Sciences. November 17, 2006. Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, Tennessee. 
  • Invited Key Speaker, Topic: Community-based Research: An Opportunity for Professors and Students. Sponsored by the Women's Research Forum. The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, 3/4/00.
  • Invited Speaker, Topic: Health care services and nutritional practices of licensed child care centers in Memphis, Tennessee. Memphis Association for the Education of Young Children spring Conference. The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, 4/28/01.
  • Invited Speaker, Topic: Maximizing the use of underutilized food resources of The Food Bank in Memphis, TN - A progress report. The Memphis Area Nutrition Council, 6/8/2002.
  • Invited Speaker, Topic: Cultural aspects of foods: Rural Nigerian Women. HIST4853 African American Women. 1/30/03.
  • Smith, T.L. (organizer and keynote speaker) , Sun, M., Cartwright, C, Burnett, M., & Suiter, D. (May 2004) The New Guidelines for the Dysphagia: Diet: A cross disciplinary panel discussion. Memphis District Dietetic Association. St Jude Children's Research Hospital.
  • Invited Panel Member/Speaker (10/23/04), Topic: On Reaching Tenure: Reflections from the First Group of Graduating Compact Scholars. The 11th Annual Institute on Teaching and Mentoring. October 21-24, 2004 Omni Hotel at CNN Center, Atlanta, GA. Sponsored by The Compact for Faculty Diversity. Conducted by the Southern Regional Educational Board, Atlanta, GA; New England Board of Higher Education, Boston, MS; Western Interstate Commission of Higher Education, Boulder, CO.
  • Invited Speaker: Recognizing the role of women professions that address family well-being. Tennessee Economic Summit for Women: October 17, 2005, Nashville, TN


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