Childhood obesity stands at the forefront of problems in the city of Dallas… To combat this problem, we propose a pilot program that will be readily reproducible throughout the city. We will build upon longstanding ties and a tradition of trust that has been cultivated between SMU’s Center for Inter-Community Experience (ICE) and the low-income neighborhoods of East Dallas.
students, research, Dallas, Texas
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Hamilton, Leanne; Gonzalez, Kym; Wallis, Jana; Russell, Rachael; Ravandi, Bahareh; and Camodeca, Sarah, "Childhood Obesity in Low-Income Dallas Neighborhoods" (2008). Big iDeas 2008 Proposals. 1.