Kenjin Chang
Kenjin Chang
Graduate Student
Human Centered Design


Kenjin is a doctoral student investigating how dining contexts can be leveraged to promote healthier and more sustainable food choices. In addition to his role within the Department of Human-Centered Design, he also acts as the Co-Chair of Research and Education for the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative (MCURC).

Kenjin received his master's degree from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and, prior to joining the program, worked as a research program coordinator at the Center for a Livable Future in Baltimore, Maryland.

Research interests

Kenjin's current research interests center around the promise, promotion, and design of university-implemented dining interventions aimed at advancing the health and sustainability of campus food environments. 

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Chang, K. B., Wooden, A., Rosman, L., Altema-Johnson, D., & Ramsing, R. (2023). Strategies for reducing meat consumption within college and university settings: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems7, 1103060.

Ramsing, R., Santo, R., Kim, B. F., Altema-Johnson, D., Wooden, A., Chang, K. B., ... & Love, D. C. (2023). Dairy and plant-based milks: Implications for nutrition and planetary health. Current environmental health reports10(3), 291-302.

Semba, R. D., Ramsing, R., Thorne-Lyman, A. L., Rahman, N., Altema-Johnson, D., Chang, K. B., ... & Love, D. (2022). Retail Purchases of Red and Processed Meat by State in the United States. Nutrition and Cancer75(1), 247-255.

Ramsing, R., Chang, K. B., Hendrickson, Z., Xu, Z., Friel, M., & Calves, E. (2021). The role of community-based efforts in promoting sustainable diets: Lessons from a grassroots meat-reduction campaign. Journal of Agriculture, Food Systems, and Community Development10(2), 373-397. 

Co-Chair of the Research and Education Working Group at the Menus of Change University Research Collaborative

2020, Master of Science in Public Health, Health Education and Health Communication, The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

2018, Bachelor of Science (Hons), Neuroscience, University of Delaware

2018, Bachelor of Arts, Psychology, University of Delaware

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