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Meg Bruening

Meg Bruening examines what influences lead to food insecurity and their impacts on communities. These factors can include the relationship people have with food and dietary habits as well as physical activity. She has written heavily on the impact of the support system of family and friends influencing nutrition. She uses this information to develop nutrition intervention programs within schools and the community. Bruening has further created intervention programs for the ASU community to help students gain access to food.

She is an associate professor for the College of Health Solutions and a senior sustainability scientist for the Sustainability Scientists and Scholars.

She has worked as a nutritionist for the Pennsylvania Nutrition Education Network and Pennsylvania Hunger Action Center.

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