Eric Jamelske
Measuring the impact of a university first-year experience program on student GPA and retention
E Jamelske
Higher Education 57, 373-391, 2009
Preliminary findings from an evaluation of the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in Wisconsin schools
E Jamelske, LA Bica, DJ McCarty, A Meinen
Wisconsin Medical Journal (WMJ) 107 (5), 225, 2008
Comparing climate change awareness, perceptions, and beliefs of college students in the United States and China
E Jamelske, J Barrett, J Boulter
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 3, 269-278, 2013
Public perceptions of air pollution and climate change: different manifestations, similar causes, and concerns
E Tvinnereim, X Liu, EM Jamelske
Climatic Change 140 (3), 399-412, 2017
A contingent valuation study and benefit-cost analysis of the switch to automated collection of solid waste with single stream recycling in Madison, Wisconsin
E Jamelske, G Kipperberg
Public works management & policy 11 (2), 89-103, 2006
Examining differences in public opinion on climate change between college students in China and the USA
E Jamelske, J Boulter, W Jang, J Barrett, L Miller, WL Han
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 5, 87-98, 2015
Impact of the USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program on children’s consumption
EM Jamelske, LA Bica
J Child Nutr Manag 36 (1), n1, 2012
USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program creates positive change in children's consumption and other behaviors related to eating fruit and vegetables
LA Bica, EM Jamelske
J Child Nutr Manag 36 (2), 2012
A contingent valuation study comparing citizen’s willingness-to-pay for climate change Mitigation in China and the United States
M Winden, E Jamelske, E Tvinnereim
Environmental Economics and Policy Studies 20, 451-475, 2018
Effect of reciprocity on public opinion of international climate treaties: experimental evidence from the US and China
P Stroik, D Chakraborty, W Ge, J Boulter, E Jamelske
Climate policy 19 (8), 959-973, 2019
The USDA fresh fruit and vegetable program: a case study of implementation and consumption in Wisconsin
E Jamelske, L Bica
J Child Nutr Manag 38 (2), n2, 2014
The efficiency gains from site value taxes: the Tithe Commutation Act of 1836
G Clark, E Jamelske
Explorations in Economic History 42 (2), 282-309, 2005
Assessing the support for the switch to automated collection of solid waste with single stream recycling in Madison, Wisconsin
EM Jamelske, S Wessling
Public Works Management & Policy 10 (2), 101-118, 2005
Support for an international climate change treaty among American and Chinese adults.
E Jamelske, J Boulter, WY Jang, L Miller, WL Han
International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts & Responses 9 (1), 2017
Increasing fruit and vegetable consumption during elementary school snack periods using incentives, prompting and role modeling
LA Bica, EM Jamelske, CH Lagorio
The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management 40 (2), 1-13, 2016
Successes and challenges in using group-level incentives to increase children’s aggregate fruit and vegetable consumption for lunch in one Wisconsin elementary school
S Chinchanachokchai, J Jamelske
J Child Nutr Manag 39 (2), 2015
The sustained impact of teacher encouragement on elementary students’ vegetable snack consumption: Initial findings from a Wisconsin study
EM Jamelske, E Vernon
Journal of Child Nutrition and Management 42 (1), 2018
Impact of teacher encouragement on children’s consumption and non-eating behaviour in a Wisconsin elementary school vegetable snack programme
S Chinchanachokchai, EM Jamelske, E Vernon
Health Education Journal 81 (3), 265-279, 2022
Tracking the Use of Free Produce Coupons Given to Families and the Impact on Children’s Consumption
S Chinchanachokchai, EM Jamelske, D Owens
WMJ 116 (1), 40-43, 2017
A Descriptive Analysis of Health Care Coverage and Concerns in West Central Wisconsin
EM Jamelske, JL Johs-Artisensi, LB Taft, KA German
Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice 10 (1), 16-27, 2009
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