TERRA LISA SMITH
Health Sport Sciences
Office Location: 161B Elma Neal Roan Fieldhouse
Phone: (901) 678-3107
- Smith, T.L., Scott, J.D., Carney, V., Stockton, M. The perception of breastfeeding among pregnant adolescents and adolescent mothers who participate in the WIC program. To be submitted.
Barron J, Heard M, Hendry S, Holliday LK, Smith T. (2000). Students use creative approach to help solve community problem. Journal of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, 92(1):73.
- Smith, TL (2000). Research across the curriculum: Effective integration of community-based reserach into the undergraduate curriculum. In: 2000 Summit: Best Practices in Dietetics Education. Denver, CO: American Dietetic Association, 42-43.
- Smith T (2000). Meaningful food education: Exploring multicultural, international, and global food experiences. Tenneessee Eduational Leadership Journal, 27(1); 50-54.
- Smith TL, Barron-Krog JB (2001). An overview of the theses and dissertations completed in family and consciences: 2000. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 30(2): 271-278.
- Smith TL, Fullerton AR (2001). A listing of theses and dissertations completed in family and consumer sciences: 2000. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal 30(2); 279-318.
- Smith TL (2001) Research across the curriculum: Integration of research into 3 undergraduate foods courses. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 101(12); 1470-1472.
- Smith TL, Haga A, Janna WA (2002). Determining a method to evaluate food viscosity in a nursing home setting. Conference Proceedings (full-text # 1408), Montreal, Canada, June 16-19, 2002. American Association for Engineering Educations.
- Smith T, Knight S. (2002). Nutrient availability from a high protein, high calcium pasta. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 21(4): 407-420.
- Smith TL. (2002). The scholarship of service: Student project aids local food bank. Journal of the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, 94(3): 60-62.
- Smith TL, Hunter A (2002). An overview of the theses and dissertations completed in family and consumer sciences: 2001. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 31(2):206-213.
- Smith TL, Noah J. (2002). A listing of theses and dissertations completed in family and consumer sciences: 2001. Family and Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 31(2):214-244.
- Smith TL, Janna WS. (2003). Reflections on scholarship of integration as a model for problem-based learning in undergraduate engineering education. International Journal of Engineering Education, 19(5): 730-733.
- Smith TL. (2003). Letter to the Editor: It's a qesution of scholarship. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 103(7): 823-824.
- Smith TL. (2003). The application of RE-CIPE pedagogical values: A practitioner's reflective guide. IN BL Stewart, RS Purnell, RP Lovingood, eds. Research Applications in Family and Consumer Sciences. Alexandria, VA: American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, 68-81.
- Smith TL. (2003). Documenting the New American Scholarship: Tenure and Promotion dossier Narrative. U.S. Tennessee No. of Pages: 57. Accession No.: ED475428 (ERIC database).
- Smith TL, Giudice S, Smith MA, Clemens LJ, Polly DK. (2003). Determining barriers to and effective strategies for improving calcium intake among elderly African Americans: A pilot study. Family Economics and Nutrition Review (lead article of a special issue on the elderly) 15(1):3-14.
- Smith TL, Sun M, Pippin J. (2004). Characterizing process control of fluid viscosity and identitying food thickening-related training needs in long-term care facilities. Journal of the American Dietetic Assocation.
- Smith TL (2005). It's a question of scholarship. The Internet Journal of Allied Health Sciences and Practice.
- Wallick, A.M., Scott, J., Brown, K., Fienup, K., Hillilard, L., Seward, M. Smith, T.L. (Faculty Research Mentor). Development of food bars for antioxidant repletion. National Conference of Undergraduation Research Conference Proceedings 2007.
Series Nutrition in a Bag: Lunchtime Savvy. Lipman Life. The University of Memphis, 1998-2000. Topics include Bread and Cereals; Fruits and Vegetables; Milk and Dairy Foods; Water; Meats and Protein Foods; Food Safety, and Cooking Temperatures. Invited co-authors includes: G. Pratt, CSED Graduate Student.
- Final Project Reports
- Determining barriers to and effective strategies for improving calcium intake among elderly African Americans in urban congregate meal sites. A master's thesis completed by S. J. Giudice (May 2000). Report submitted to Faculty Research Grant administration. The University of Memphis. A logical extension of my dissertation (please see Smith and Knight), this project explores the state of calcium nutriture among African Americans. First, I sought funding to develop ethnically appropriate high calcium foods for African Americans (i.e., wrote an unfunded USDA proposal). However, the dialogue with USDA led to three questions: 1) What are the barriers to calcium consumption among African Americans (i. e., quantitative methodology?; 2) Are culturally appropriate calcium nutrition intervention methods effective?; 3) Are culturally appropriate high calcium foods needed and, if so, which foods should be enriched? Exploring the calcium
nutrition question among African Americans is a valid question because of the severity of osteoporosis among older African American women and because the problem, if a nutrient deficiency disease among African Americans, may be easily corrected.
- Characterizing process control of fluid viscosities in nursing homes. Prepared by T. L. Smith (May 2001). Report submitted to the American Society of Quality, Research Fellowship Grant Program, Milwaukee, WI. Thus far, the work has yielded four presentations and two manuscripts, accepted for publication or accepted with revisions. Two manuscripts and one presentation are in process.
- Dr. Smith was the PI for a corporate sensory evaluation training project for Sara Lee Foods that produced a training manual, training sessions, and two technical reports. The project was funded for $12,800. Contact: Al Cash, UT Extension.
- 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 Reserach. 2006 Conference Proceedings Publication. Published in 2006 conference proceedings.
- Food Safety Socail Marketing Campaign Final Report. Sponsors: The University of Rutgers and the USDA. Sumbitted June 2008.
- Smith, T.L. (2006-2008). Newsletter artilcles published in the Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences Newsletter.
- †Miller, R. (Faculty Mentor Terra L. Smith). INVESTIGATING CULTURALLY ACCEPTABLE GELATIN SUBSTITUTES. The 2008 National Conference of Undergradutae Research. (Conference Proceeding: Published).††††
- †Kapadia C.,† Ratliff,†M.†(Faculty Mentor Terra L. Smith). ACCEPTABILITY OF ETHNIC SAVORY SNACK BARS FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS. The 2008 National Conference of Undergradutae Research Conference Proceedings. (Published).
- †Smith, T.L. Conference evaluation report.† 19th Annual Memphis in May Conference: An Academic Affairs-Student Affairs Partnership. The Unversity of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee. May 2007.
- Smith, T.L. Conference evaluation report. 18th Annual Memphis in May Conference: An Academic Affairs-Student Affairs Partnership. The Unversity of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee. May 2006.
- Smith, T.L. Conference evaluation report. 19th Annual Memphis in May Conference: An Academic Affairs-Student Affairs Partnership. The Unversity of Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee. May 2008.
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