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Chris Sneed

Assistant Professor


As an Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, my primary responsibilities include planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating research-based adult and youth Extension programs in Consumer Economics. Such programs include behavioral economics, health insurance education, programs for limited-resource audiences, and programs in family resource management.

Curriculum Vitae


My primary research areas include:

  • Behavioral economics approaches for health promotion
  • Social marketing strategies for engaging communities
  • Food access among limited-resource families
  • Family financial management after personal bankruptcy
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