Lindsey Mayes Mills , MS, RD, LD
Assistant Professor - Educator
Assistant Professor, Clinical
Health Sciences Building
3225 Eden Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45267-0394
Bachelor's Degree: University of Kentucky 2010 (Human Nutrition)
Master's Degree: University of Kentucky 2013 (Dietetics Administration )
PhD in progress: University of Cincinnati (Educational Studies)
Peer Reviewed Publications
Webber KH, Mellin L, Mayes L, Mitrovic I, Saulnier M. (2016. ) Pilot investigation of two non-diet approaches to improve weight and health .Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. , ,
Webber KH, Casey EM, Mayes L, Katsumata Y, Mellin L. (2016. ) A comparison of a behavioral weight loss program to a stress management program: A pilot randomized controlled trial .Nutrition. , , 32 ,904-909.
Stephenson TJ, Mayes L, Combs EM, Webber KH. (2015. ) Developing communication skills of undergraduate students through innovative teaching approaches .Journal of the North American Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture., , 313-318.
Stephenson TJ, Stephenson L, Mayes L, and Webber KH. (2013. ) Plate It Up! Kentucky Proud: A case study of a local food system fruit and vegetable point of purchase social marketing campaign .Case Studies in Public Health Communication and Marketing., , 7 ,60-76.
Webber KH, Stephenson TJ, Mayes L, Stephenson L. (2013. ) Characteristics of farmers market patrons: Implications for promoting consumption of locally-grown produce .World Applied Sciences , , 23 (2 ) ,267-271.
Stephenson TJ, Stephenson L, Mayes L. (2012. ) Engaging students in service learning through collaboration with Extension: A recipe for success with community partners .Journal of the North American Association of Colleges and Teachers of Agriculture., , 78-84.
Stephenson, T. J., Cooper, C. C., Mills, L. M., Harper, C., Smith, S., Brewer, D. (2017. ) Engaging millennial learners for academic success. Nutrition Educators of Health Professions, The Educator’s Resource, , 73 (5 ) ,5 -9
Mayes, L. (2011. ) Nutrition knowledge and dietary habits of farmers market patrons: Implications for promoting consumption of locally grown fruits and vegetables. .Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference, San Diego, CA. . Level:National
Academic - Health Sciences Building
Cincinnati Ohio, 45267-0394