Michelle Scott-Pierce

 

Michelle Scott-Pierce

Extension Associate
343 Martha Van Rensselaer Hall
Division of Nutritional Sciences
 
Phone: (607) 255-9991 Fax: (607) 255-0027
Email: mls63@cornell.edu
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Curriculum Vitae
 
Current Professional Activities:

The effective management of compliance issues, assembly, analysis, and reporting for the Food and Nutrition Education in Communities Program. Administration of the data relationship with programs utilizing the WebNEERS (Web-based Nutrition Education Evaluation Reporting System) to ensure standard reports, interfaces and ad hoc needs of FNEC and CCE programming are met. Oversee the submission of budgetary projections and expenditures from CCE association’s offering EFNEP programming, allowing FNEC to complete budgetary reports for the USDA/National Institute of Food and Agriculture.  Ensure the compliance of FNEC program staff with the expectations of Institutional Review Board. Coordinate the operations of the FNEC unit to ensure program objectives are achieved. Develop, implement, and evaluate training programs related to the utilization of and reporting through and with WebNEERS. Represent FNEC at the national level, as needed, with USDA/NIFA and other state nutrition programs in the area of evaluation, data quality, and management of related databases, particularly WebNEERS.

 
Current Public Engagement Activities:

Effectively coordinate interactions with NIFA (National Institute of Food and Agriculture), the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) and the Cornell Cooperative Extension Offices within New York State related to collection and management of evaluation data and related databases.

 
Education:

MBA, 2007 - Binghamton University 
BS, 1996  -  State University of New York, Empire State College at Binghamton  

 
Related Websites:

www.fnec.cornell.edu

 
Administrative Responsibilities:

Extension Association; Research Analyst, Cornell University Division of Nutrition Sciences

 
Selected Publications:

Peer-reviewed Publications

Dollahite JS, Pijai EI, Scott-Pierce ML, Parker CM, Trochim WM. A randomized controlled trial of a community-based nutrition education program for low-income parents. Under revision for J Nutr Educ Behav.
Dollahite, J., Scott-Pierce, M. (2003) Outcomes of individual vs. group instruction in EFNEP. Journal of Extension 41(2). http://www.joe.org/joe/2003april/index.shtml.
Dollahite J, Olsen, C, Scott-Pierce M. (2003) The impact of nutrition education on food insecurity among low-income participants in EFNEP. Family Consumer Sci Res J. 32:127-139.
Presentations and Abstracts
Dollahite J, Paddock JD, Scott-Pierce M. Total Quality Management as a Means of Ensuring Excellence in EFNEP and FSNE. Food and Nutrition Educators in Extension Workshop, Society of Nutrition Education, July 19, 2008.
Scott-Pierce M, Dollahite J, Improving the quality of NEERS5/CRS5 databases. J Nutr Educ Behav 2008;40:S52
Dollahite JS Scott-Pierce M, Paddock JD, Thomas S. Improved participant outcomes with para-professional training in a community nutrition program. J Amer Diet Assoc. 2006;106 (Supplement): A47.
 
Selected Technical, Program, and Research Reports
Dollahite JS, Paddock JD, Scott-Pierce M. 2012 Evaluation Report: Eat Smart New York, Federal Fiscal Year 2012.
Dollahite J, Scott-Pierce M, Paddock JD. Eat Smart New York: Cornell Cooperative Extension Evaluation Report, Federal Fiscal Year 2011.
Dollahite J, Kenkel D, Thompson SC, Scott-Pierce M. Implications of an economic evaluation of projected health outcomes in a community nutrition program for limited resources audiences. Final report for Research Development Grant funded by The Joint Center for Poverty Research, USDA Food Assistance and Nutrition Research Small Grants Program. April 15, 2002.

 

 
Selected Keywords:
Total Quality Management; Data quality; Compliance; Reporting; Evaluation, EFNEP, SNAP-Ed

 
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