Robert Palestina, Graduate Research Assistant

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Robert moved to New Orleans from Austin, TX in 2016 where he worked International Education, managing global service-learning programs for US university students. In 2010, he earned his bachelors degree in International Affairs and Anthropology from Florida State University and moved abroad to Colombia, South America where he spent three years as an English instructor working on curriculum development and cultural integration. Robert is a current candidate for Tulane’s MPH program and has been with PRC since fall 2016. He is concentrating in health education and communication, with interests that include preventative health efforts through food literacy and cooking. In his free time, Robert enjoys road trips to swimming holes, camping, and endurance sports.

Contact: tulaneprcstudentworker@gmail.com

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Physical Activity

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Objectively Assessed Associations between Physical Activity and Body Composition in Middle-School Girls: The Trial of Activity for Adolescent Girls

 

Built Environment

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Urban residents' priorities for neighborhood features. A survey of New Orleans residents after Hurricane Katrina

 
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School Vending

 

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Food Availability

 
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