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NSCI Club is for all undergraduates in Nutritional Sciences who want to develop professional and social competencies and establish networks, while providing services to the department, community, and campus. Any student with an interest in nutrition, foods, and health is welcome to join. Watch for monthly fliers which will publicize the topic, date, and the place. Dr. Gena Wollenberg is the Club Advisor. The club uses Campuslink.
The NSCI Graduate Student Organization provides a venue for graduate students who are interested in connecting with their peers within the department to enhance their professional development. The organization focuses on learning about and discussing pertinent issues to the field of nutrition. Graduate students of all levels are invited to join. Meeting dates and locations will be announced via email and flyers. Please contact Mary Hammack for more information, or to have your name added to the email list. Dr. Gail Gates is the club advisor.
If you will be enrolling in NSCI 3440 Pre-professional Experience in Dietetics in the next year, self-register for the 3440 Community. You will find advance information about how this course works so that you can be prepared for a smooth semester. The instructor posts information about opportunities for summer OCES internships and other opportunities. Carol Beier is the administrator for this community.
If you are a Dietetics major, self-register for the D2L DPD community. This community provides information on applying for dietetic internships, helpful links to resources and opportunities, and breaking news for dietetics majors. Carol Beier is the administrator for this community.
This D2L community is only for current interns in the Dietetic Internship. Dr. Gena Wollenberg is the administrator for this community.
The NSCI Links page contains a long list of professional organizations. Many professional organizations have student memberships and chapters.