Panel: Understanding What Works for Addressing Childhood Food Insecurity
(Fragile, At-Risk Families and Youth)

Saturday, November 9, 2013: 8:00 AM-9:30 AM
Boardroom (Ritz Carlton)

*Names in bold indicate Presenter

Panel Organizers:  Steven Garasky, IMPAQ International
Panel Chairs:  Kathryn Law, US Department of Agriculture
Discussants:  Craig Gundersen, University of Illinois and Sarah Zapolsky, US Department of Agriculture
Nonresident Fathers and Childhood Hunger: Evidence From Longitudinal Data
Lenna Nepomnyaschy1, Daniel Miller2, Steven Garasky3 and Neha Nanda3, (1)Rutgers University, (2)Boston University, (3)IMPAQ International

Food Insecurity and Food Assistance Receipt: Variations By Family and Neighborhood Poverty
Taryn Morrissey1, Don Oellerich1, Erica Meade2, Jeff Simms1 and Ann Stock3, (1)US Department of Health and Human Services, (2)US Department of Health and Human Services, (3)US Department of Health and Human Services

Understanding the Role of Family Mechanisms in Non-Resident Father Families On Child Food Insecurity
Neha Nanda1, Steven Garasky1, Lenna Nepomnyaschy2 and Daniel Miller3, (1)IMPAQ International, (2)Rutgers University, (3)Boston University

Identifying the Effect of WIC On Very Low Food Security Among Infants and Children
Brent Kreider, Iowa State University, John Pepper, University of Virginia and Manan Roy, IMPAQ International

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