March 10, 2020
Location: KCIC Auditorium
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.
Presentations for Tuesday, March 10 from 7 to 10 p.m. in the KCIC Auditorium. Three students will defend their Honours thesis. Their thesis presentations will be 30-45 minutes each, including questions.
Alexis Tomchuk (Dr. M. Kaviani, supervisor) - Effects of New Zealand Blackcurrant Extract Supplementation on Cardiovascular Function and Running Performance in Athletes
Tim Lamont (Dr. M. McSweeney, supervisor) - Surf’n Bake: Exploring the Sensory Characteristics of Seaweed Composite Bread
Madalyn Higgins (Dr. M. Kaviani, supervisor) - Assessing Prevalence and Effect of Nutrition Education on Female Athlete Triad Risk at Acadia University