The Healthy Table

This is an ongoing project.

Faculty Researcher: Diane Cress

Contact Details

Diane Cress


The Healthy Table is a program developed jointly by CHASS Center and Gleaners Community Food Bank assists individuals diagnosed with diabetes to control their blood glucose through healthy eating and education. Participants in The Healthy Table program are given a six-month subscription to a twice monthly food box. Participants will also be invited to participate in members-only cooking classes.


Spanish speaker required; Must be able to communicate in Spanish over the phone

Project Timeline

This project has begun its recruitment phase, and I am in need of undergraduate research assistance now. The project continues for 6 months.


• Food box delivery reminder calls. WSU interns will make reminder phone calls on either Monday or Tuesday. The timing for these calls is flexible and will be discussed later in further detail. Availability for this role is the most critical. If you can do flexible Monday and Tuesday scheduling, but not the fixed times on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, we can work around that.

• Bi-monthly satisfaction survey calls: record future food box choices, and make appointment changes as necessary during reminder calls.

• Attend recruitment orientations on Tuesday nights from 6-7pm and Wednesday mornings from 10-11am until recruitment numbers are met.

Last Updated

January 28, 2019