Andrea Brace | Towson University

Publications

Brace, A.M.Moore, T.W., & Matthews, T.L. (2020). The relationship between food deserts, farmers’ markets,
and food assistance programs in Hawaii census tracts. Hawai’i Journal of Health and Social Welfare, 79(2), 4-9. 
https://hawaiijournalhealth.org/past_issues/hjhsw7902_0036.pdf

Gbenro, M., Brace, A.M., & Matthews, T.L. (2019). The relationship between food deserts, farmers’ markets,
and food assistance programs in Delaware census tracts. Delaware Journal of Public Health, 5(5), 16-26. https://delamed.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Delaware-Journal-of-Public-Health-Health-Policy.pdf

Brace, A.M., Finkelstein, B., & De Andrade, F.C.  (2018). Assessing the effectiveness of nutrition interventions implemented among US college
students to promote healthy behaviors: A systematic review.  
Nutrition and Health, 23(3), 171-181. https://doi.org/10.1177/0260106018785528  

Brace, A.M., Braunstein, N.S., Finkelstein, B., & Beall, D. (2017).  Increasing community
healthy food access and sustainability in an urban food desert. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 7(4), 17-30.  https://doi.org/10.18848/2160-1933/CGP/v07i04/17-30

Brace, A.M., Matthews, T.L., Finkelstein, B., & Beall, D. (2016). The relationship between food
deserts, farmers’ markets and food assistance in Georgia census tracts.  Journal of the Georgia Public Health Association, 5(3), 250-258.

Rimando, M., Brace, A.M., Namageyo-Funa, A., Christiana, R.W., Fowles, T.L., Latham-Davis, T., Martinez, L.M.,
& Sealey, D. (2015). Qualitative and quantitative data collection challenges and recommendations
for early career researchers. The Qualitative Report, 20(12), 2025-2036.

Brace, A.M., Finkelstein, B., & Sealey, D. (2015). Evaluating the effectiveness of creating digital
stories in a college classroom to promote a healthy food system. Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 6(1), 15-26.

Brace, A.M., Padilla, H., Wilson, M., DeJoy, D., Vandenberg, R., & Davis, M. (2015). Applying
RE-AIM to the evaluation of FUEL Your Life: A worksite translation of DPP. Health Promotion Practice, 16(1), 28-35. doi: 10.1177/1524839914539329  

Namageyo-Funa, A., Rimando, M., Brace, A.M., Christiana, R.W., Fowles, T.L., Latham-Davis, T., Martinez, L.M., & Sealey, D. (2014).
Recruitment in qualitative public health research: Lessons learned during dissertation
sample recruitment. The Qualitative Report, 19(1), 1-17.

Wilson, M.G., & Brace, A.M. (2013). Weight Management in US Occupational Settings. In Oxford Bibliographies in Public Health. Ed. David McQueen. New York: Oxford University
Press.

Courses 

 Undergaduate

READ:  Karla Kubitz | Towson University
 NUMBER  TITLE
HLTH 101 Wellness for a Diverse Society
HTLH 222 Foundations of Health Education and Behavior
HLTH 310 Introduction to Public Health
HLTH 350 Urban Food Systems*
HLTH 402 Health Communication
HLTH 451 Environmental Health*
HTLH 494 Health, Travel and Study (Study Abroad)*

Graduate

NUMBER TITLE
HTLH 502 Health Communication
HLTH 551 Environmental Health*
HLTH 594 Health, Travel and Study (Study Abroad)*
HTLH 615 Qualitative and Quantitative Elements
HTLH 625 Research Methods
HLTH 649 Program Evaluation*

*Service Learning Courses

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