SEMINARS HAPPENING FEB 10-14/2020


BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT

SPEAKER: DR. JEREMY LUNDHOLM, DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY, SAINT MARY'S UNIVERSITY

TOPIC: MORE STUFF OR MORE KINDS? PRODUCTIVITY VS HETEROGENEITY AS DRIVERS OF SPECIES COEXISTENCE AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13/2020 IN BAC ROOM#238 AT 11:30AM

MATHEMATICS AND STATISTICS DEPARTMENT

SPEAKER: DR. ALFRED GERARD NOEL, UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, BOSTON

TOPIC: A COMBINATORIAL TESSELLATION OF THE WEYL CHAMBER

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14/2020 IN HUGGINS SCIENCE HALL ROOM#141 AT 3:00PM

SCHOOL OF NUTRITION AND DIETETICS

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.

BRETTE MACEY & HEATHER STROTHER -3D PUREED FOOD PRINTING: ROLE IN REDUCING MALNUTRITION RATES IN PEOPLE LIVING WITH DYSPHAGIA

HALEY JENKINS -TOO MUCH FOOD FOR THOUGHT? NUTRITION TRANSITION AND THE GLOBAL OBESITY EPIDEMIC

RACHEL GATES FLAHERTY - COMPETITIVE EATING: HOW IT WORKS AND ASSOCIATED HEALTH EFFECTS

LYNDSAY LANG - BREAKFAST PROGRAMS EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN LOW INCOME SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN

MAGGIE LAFORTUNE - BEST PRACTICES FOR NUTRITION EDUCATION IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

TAYLOR MCDOWELL - THICKENED ICE CREAM RECIPE FOR USE IN LTC FACILITIES


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