PublicationsFarmer, B. J. and M. Frenn. Teaching Excellence: What Great Teachers Teach Us. Journal of Professional Nursing. 25 (2009): 267-272.Frenn, M., S. Malin, R. L. Brown, Y. Greer, J. Fox, J. Greer, and S. Smyczek. Changing the tide: An Internet/video exercise and low fat diet intervention with middle school students. 18 (2005): 13-21.Frenn, M., S. Malin, A. M. Villarruel, K. Pearson, S. McCarthy, J. Freeman, and E. Nee. Determinants of physical activity and low-fat diet among low income African American and Hispanic middle school students. Public Health Nursing. 22 (2005): 89-97.Frenn, M., S. Malin, Naveen Bansal, M. Delgado, Y. Greer, M. Havice, M. Ho, and H. Schweizer. Addressing health disparities in middle school students' nutrition and exercise. Journal of Community Health Nursing. 20.1 (2003): 1-14.Frenn, M., and S. Malin. Diet and exercise in low income, culturally diverse middle school students. Public Health Nursing. 20 (2003): 361-368.Frenn, M., S. Malin, and N. K. Bansal. Stage based interventions for low fat diet with middle school students. Journal of Pediatric Nursing. 18 (2003): 1-10.Robbins, L. B., N. J. Pender, V. S. Conn, M. Frenn, G. B. Neuberger, M. A. Nies, R. B. Topp, and J. E. Wilbur. Physical activity research in nursing. Image. 33 (2001): 315-321.Frenn, M. and C. P. Porter. Exercise and nutrition: What do adolescents think is important?. Applied Nursing Research. 12 (1999): 181-187.Frenn, M. Commentary: a Mediterranean type diet reduced all cause and cardiac mortality after a first myocardial infarction. Evidenced Based Nursing. 2 (1999): 48.Frenn, M. and S. Malin. Health promotion: Theoretical perspectives and clinical applications. Holistic Nursing Practice. 12 (1998): 1-8.Garcia, A., M. A. Broda, M. Frenn, C. Coviak, N. J. Pender, and D. L. Ronas. Gender and developmental differences in exercise beliefs among youth and prediction of their exercise behavior. KANGO-KENKYU: The Japanese Journal of Nursing Research. 30.3 (1997):51-61.Garcia, A., M. A. Broda, M. Frenn, C. Coviak, N. J. Pender, and D. L. Ronas. Gender differences: Exercise beliefs among youth. Reflections. 23.1 (1997): 21-22.Frenn, M., S. P. Lundeen, K. S. Martin, S. K. Riesch, and S. A. Wilson. Symposium on nursing centers: Past, present and future. Journal of Nursing Education. 35.2 (1996):1-9.Frenn, M. Older adults' experience of health promotion: A theory for nursing practice. Public Health Nursing. 12 (1996): 65-71.Garcia, A., M. A. Broda, M. Frenn, C. Coviak, N. J. Pender, and D. L. Ronas. Gender and developmental differences in exercise beliefs among youth and prediction of their exercise behavior. Journal of School Health. 65 (1995): 213-219.Havice, M., M. Malin, H. Schweizer, and M. Frenn. Engaging students through collaboration: How Project FUN works. Perspectives on Nursing Education. 28 (2007): 203-208.