Nutrition and Dietetics seminars

March 26, 2019

Location: KCIC Auditorium, 7:00 pm

Senior Seminar (NUTR 4903) is the capstone course for the Bachelor of Science in Nutrition in the School of Nutrition and Dietetics. Students engage in independent research projects on a topic of their choice related to food, nutrition, and/or dietetics. The course is a celebration of learning, drawing on courses taken throughout the degree. Campus and community members are most welcome.


The class is held Tuesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. in the KCIC Auditorium..


Sarah Jane Downton - Survivorship of Dysphagia: The rehabilitation of swallowing impairments and the experiences of young adults post-illness.

Maggie Dorenberg - Food for Recovery: The Importance of Nutrition Therapy in Drug Addiction Recovery.

Hamdi Hashi - Assessing the Barriers and Opportunities of applying gestational diabetes mellitus management guidelines when working with Somali immigrants.

Amy Doucet - Future of Food - will the convenience era help or hinder our global food system?

Taylor Janes & Lindsay Blois - Reflecting on the Diets Project: Exploring past medical nutrition therapies with relevance to current/future practice.

Jacob Carver - Tick Talk: Can Lyme Disease Lead to the Development of Celiac Disease?

Walter Guiscardo - The Insufficiency of ‘Sustainability’ in Light of Attempts to Improve Our Food System.


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