This month, NCCOR launched the new Student Hub! Students and faculty focused on public health and nutrition will find key resources to support coursework and research all in one place. Discover free tools and materials created by experts, along with real-world student case studies. Work efficiently and effectively knowing you are using tools that top childhood obesity researchers designed and use in their own work.
“The NCCOR Student Hub is easy to navigate and provides really useful information,” said Mary-Esther Gourdin, a student at George Washington University. “This site is going to be an invaluable tool for my capstone project when I’m evaluating and comparing the physical activity environments in the different neighborhoods of DC.”
Through the Student Hub, students can access the Measures Registry Resource Suite, the Catalogue of Surveillance Systems, and the Youth Compendium of Physical Activities, which assist students with their evaluation projects, thesis papers, and more.
As part of NCCOR’s Connect & Explore webinar series, the site will also feature student-focused webinars that highlight leading experts in the field on a variety of public health topics.
Register now to hear a real-world case study of how one graduate student used the Measures Registry to enhance their project with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.
Stay connected to NCCOR with our quarterly e-newsletter! It will keep you up to date on the latest tools, resources, case studies, and webinars that NCCOR creates to further your studies. (Be sure to select “Student”).