Mary DiGioia ’15 earned her B.S. in Nutrition, and currently works as a Nutrition Coordinator at the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts.
"It was a very exciting day for me and I was grateful for the opportunity," she says.
"There is no compelling scientific evidence that supports the use of detox tea or diet for weight loss or toxin elimination," he explains.
The Athletic Nutrition Student Advising Program (ANSAP) allows Nutrition majors to gain valuable experience through advising student athletes.
The Center for Research on Families award funded her travel to the American Society for Nutrition: Scientific Sessions and Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology held April 2-6 in San Diego, CA.
The award is given annually by the School and recognizes excellence in online teaching.
The Department of Nutrition held the 28th Annual Virginia A. Beal Lecture on April 20, 2016 at the Campus Center Auditorium. The evening began with a poster session showcasing research by students and alums ranging from food literacy programs for adolescents to studies of links between maternal nutrition and autism. The Department also recognized scholarship awardees, including:
She received the award for her work with Crocker Farm Elementary School.
Her poster won top honors at the American Society for Nutrition's Emerging Leaders in Nutrition Science Poster Competition.
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