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Holly Huye

Holly Huye

Associate Professor


Dr. Holly Huye received her BA degree in 1990 from Loyola University in Communications, Advertising and her MS and PhD in Nutrition and Food Systems at The University of Southern Mississippi. She started teaching in nutrition and Dietetics at Southern Miss in 2008. Her research area focuses on Program Development and Community Nutrition Intervention.

  • PHD - University of Southern Mississippi (2011)
  • MS - University of Southern Mississippi (2007)
  • BA - Loyola University New Orleans (1990)

Undergraduate courses:
NFS 420 Life Cycle Nutrition
NFS 420L Life Cycle Nutrition Lab
NFS 330 Communication Techniques
NFS 330L Communications Techniques Lab
NFS 465 Seminar
NFS 480 Current Topics in Nutrition

Graduate courses:
NFS 690 Marketing Health and Nutrition Programs
NFS 691 Research in Nutrition and Dietetics
NFS 692 Special Problems
NFS 703 Research Methods
NFS 715 Cultural Competence for Dietetics and Child Nutrition Professionals
NFS 780 Advance Practice in Nutrition and Food Systems
NFS 810 Public Policy

  • Evaluation of the Color Me Healthy Program in Influencing the Nutrition and Physical Activity in Mississippi Preschool Child Care Facilities , The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management , 2014
  • Using the RE-AIM framework in formative evaluation and program planning for a nutrition intervention in the Lower Mississippi Delta, Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 2014
  • Minority Health Perceptions in the Lower Mississippi Delta: A Grounded Theory Study using PhotoVoice Methodology , Online Journal of Rural and Urban Research , 2015
  • Mississippi Communities for Healthy Living: Implementing a nutrition intervention effectiveness study in a rural health disparate region, Contemporary Clinical Trials, 2015
  • Using Poetry and Art Analysis to Evoke Critical Thinking and Challenging Reflection in Senior-Level Nutrition Students , Journal of Nutition education and Behavior , 2015
  • Mississippi Communities for Healthy Living: Results of a 6-Month Nutrition Education Comparative Effectiveness Trial, Health Education & Behavior, 2017, 10.1177/1090198116657807
  • Development of a nutrition education program for the Mississippi Communities for Healthy Living nutrition intervention using the Diffusion of Innovations theory., Journal of Human Sciences and Extension, 2017
  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Mississippi Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Society of Nutrition Education and Behavior
  • English

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Areas of Expertise

Nutrition and Dietetics