HCRC : Healthy Campus Research Consortium
A USDA MULTI-STATE RESEARCH TEAM
Changing Environments, Changing Behaviors, Changing Lives.
This multi-state research group is currently applying behavioral theoretical constructs to design intervention strategies to promote healthful behavior patterns and environments among young adults.
The HCRC is authorized by the Hatch Act, which enables research on high priority topics among the State Agricultural Experiment Stations (SAES) in partnership with NIFA, other research institutions and agencies, and with the Cooperative Extension Service (CES).
- 20+ year history of collaborative research
- Continuous grant funding (>20 million dollars)
- Hundreds of conferences presentations and peer-reviewed journals
- At least 17 doctoral, 40 master’s students, and four post-doctoral researchers mentored
See National Partners for a list of our research team members.