HCRC’s Photovoice work featured in Nevada news

The Health Communication Research Center’s 2014 Photovoice Missouri contest was recently featured in the Nevada Daily Mail. The contest challenges Nevada, Mo., students to share their pictures and perspective on what’s healthy and unhealthy in their community. By giving students voice to their own healthy eating and active living concerns,… Continue reading

Students Recognized for Their Photography and Advocacy Work In Photovoice Missouri

COLUMBIA, MO. – Three Missouri students were recognized for their work in a statewide project, Photovoice Missouri, a program for Missouri’s middle and high school students to take photos, write captions and use that work to advocate for positive health changes in their communities. Paige Carlyle and Ashley Bichsel, both… Continue reading

Missouri Students Use Photography for Change

Select Missouri middle and high school students are participating in a state-wide program called Photovoice Missouri, which encourages students to raise awareness about how their communities are supporting healthy eating and opportunities for physical activity by taking photographs of what they see in their everyday lives. Their photographs and corresponding… Continue reading

Photovoice Missouri coordinator reflects on the program and teens

By Jennifer Coffman Related post: Photovoice Missouri honors best of student work Today, more than ever, teens are overflowing with creativity. What they lack, oftentimes, is an audience. Sometimes they find it through Facebook or the occasional viral Youtube video, but rarely do those audiences contain the types of people who can… Continue reading

Photovoice Missouri honors best of student work

More than 20 students were honored finalists for their work in Photovoice Missouri, a state-wide health photography program and competition. The students traveled to an awards ceremony in Columbia, Mo., on Friday, April 13, where they were celebrated for their achievements throughout the school year on the Photovoice Missouri project. The… Continue reading