Our clinical and public health projects promote well-being throughout all stages of the personal, family, and community life-cycle.
Our programs research personal and community nutrition, food safety, consumer foods, disease prevention, and health maintenance.
We focus on the human lifespan and lifecourse; family systems, including relationships and diversity; as well as prevention and intervention.
Our interdisciplinary research addresses housing, and consumer questions that directly affect family economic well-being.
Our applied research focuses on financial topics that are relevant to practitioners, researchers, and policy makers.
Our research projects focus on innovations in nanofibers, bioplastics, consumer behavior, global supply chain, social sustainability, historic aspects of dress, homes, and the built environment.