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Sally Grace Eagleton
  • Graduate Student
  • Graduate
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  • Bachelor's of Science, Psychology, The University of Tampa
  • Master's of Science, Human Development and Family Science, Oklahoma State University
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Research Interests

Understanding economic disparities in childhood obesity with a specific focus on how food insecurity and the home environment shape children's eating behaviors and obesity risk across childhood.

Professional Experience

Courses taught

TA for Community Nutrition

TA for Nutrition throughout the Life Cycle 

In the Media

Recent publications

Jomaa L, Na M, Eagleton SG, Harake MDE, Savage JS. Caregiver's self-confidence in food resource management is associated with lower risk of household food insecurity among SNAP-Ed eligible Head Start families. Nutrients. 2020; 12: 2304. 

Na M, Eagleton SG, Jomaa L, Lawton K, Savage JS. Food insecurity is associated with suboptimal sleep quality, but not sleep duration, among low-income Head Start preschool-aged children. Public Health Nutr. 2020; 23: 701-710.

Eagleton SG, Brown CL, Moses MJ, Skelton, JA. Restrictive feeding and excessive hunger in young children with obesity: A case series. Clin Case Rep. 2019; 00: 1-6. 

Arlinghaus KR, Hernandez DC, Eagleton SG, Chen T, Power TG, Hughes SO. Exploratory factor analysis of The Comprehensive Feeding Practices Questionnaire (CFPQ) in a low-income Hispanic sample of preschool aged children. Appetite. 2019; 140: 82-90. 

Eagleton SG, Hohman EE, Verdiglione N, Birch LL, Paul IM, Savage JS. INSIGHT study maternal return to work and infant weight outcomes. Acad Pediatr. 2019; 19: 67-73. 

Additional Information

Honors & Awards

Grace M. Henderson Graduate Scholarship in Health and Human Development (Spring 2020)

Barbara J. Rolls Graduate Scholarship in Nutritional Sciences (2019-2020)

Penn State CTSI TL1 Career Development Training Fellow (2018-2019)

Childhood Obesity Prevention Training Program Fellow (2016-2018)

Excellence in Graduate Recruitment (FEGR) Award (2016-2017)

Oklahoma State University Mildred H. and John W. Skinner Graduate Fellowship (Fall 2015)


Jennifer Savage Williams