Texas State University Nutrition Research

  Texas State University nutrition undergrads, Colton Scott and Taylor McCartney, spent the summer of 2017 performing a data analysis under Lindsey Rambo Menge. Lindsey is a graduate student in the MS in Human Nutrition, and a graduate research assistant with the Texas State University employee wellness program, WellCats. Lindsey’s thesis, conducted under the supervisionContinue reading “Texas State University Nutrition Research”

First Trip to FNCE: Celebrating 100 years in Chicago

Upset you missed FNCE? Interested in going next year? Not sure how to afford FNCE as a student? Don’t worry, we are all there. However, it is important to know going to FNCE as a student is possible!! There are many opportunities for us at dietetic students to be able to attend FNCE. Scholarships, volunteerContinue reading “First Trip to FNCE: Celebrating 100 years in Chicago”

Red, White, and YOU Kids Culinary Camp at TWU

Our very own, Angela Griffin, holds an annual kids culinary camp at Texas Woman’s University. This camp provides kids, from the ages of 9-14 years old, education and experience in the kitchen and even outdoors to have fun with health and wellness. Not only do the kids get to have this amazing experience but allContinue reading “Red, White, and YOU Kids Culinary Camp at TWU”

Lauren Newman Gives Insight on Boosting Future Dietetic Career After Attending FNCE

Lauren Newman is a student at The University of Texas at Austin in the coordinated program. She attended the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) in Boston in October. In this blog, she shares some advice that she learned at FNCE on the importance of networking.