CHAIRED THESES

Thesis Chair of UVM-based Research Projects

Honors College & Distinguished
Undergraduate Research Thesis

RENEE HAMBLIN

Piloting an Adapted Halal Food Assessment Tool in Chittenden County, Vermont

Honors College & Distinguished
Undergraduate Research Thesis

IVONNE HEADLY

Positive and negative experiences associated with Cash Value Vouchers redemption among a sample of Spanish-Speaking participants in Arizona

Honors College & Distinguished
Undergraduate Research Thesis

JESSICA ZIESEL

Examining Cultural Considerations of Chittenden County, Vermont Grocery Retailers When Stocking Products

Honors College & Distinguished
Undergraduate Research Thesis

ETHAN SMITH

The Stanford Healthy Neighborhood Discovery Tool: A Secondary Analysis Assessing Social Cohesion at an Urban Farmer’s Market in Arizona

 

MY COURSES

Lectures at UVM

HUMAN HEALTH IN THE FOOD SYSTEM

Students preparing for careers in the area of food system science will gain competency for professional practice in the multifaceted and evolving intersection of nutrition, food systems, food security and human health outcomes.

NUTRITION IN THE LIFE CYCLE

Students preparing for careers in nutrition and dietetics are expected to gain competency for professional practice in a wide range of disciplines and be able to translate nutrition sciences effectively into simple terms for people across their full life span, change their eating behaviors, lifestyle, and energy expenditure to improve their health.

NUTRITION EDUCATION & COUNSELING

Students preparing for careers in nutrition and dietetics are expected to gain competency for professional practice in a wide range of disciplines and be able to translate nutrition sciences effectively into plain language for people who want to change their eating behaviors, lifestyle, and energy expenditure to improve their health.

COMMUNITY NUTRITION

Students preparing for careers in nutrition and dietetics are expected to gain competency for professional practice in a wide range of disciplines and be able to effectively translate sciences including epidemiology, food, nutrition and human behavior, in a manner that strives to improve the health, nutrition, and well-being of individuals and groups within communities.

SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT: KENYA

This service learning course has students working on education, food systems, conservation and public health projects in Nairobi, Homa Bay, and the Masa Mari in Kenya. Fall semester students will learn about and develop projects that will be implemented in Kenya. - Co-Instructed

 

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