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2013 Archive

12/02/2013 TCU Nutritional Sciences Newsletter – Fall 2013

Read the latest edition of the TCU Nutrition Newsletter. A publication for students, written by students to provide current nutritional news and program information.

09/25/2013 Vitamin D Alone May Not Help Bone Health: Study

A new study says vitamin D taken alone may not be enough for good bone health. Dietitian and adjunct professor Amy Goodson talks about what you need to know about supplements.

08/07/2013 Food For Thought – Scholarship for students pursing careers in nutrition

The Claire Elizabeth Florsheim Endowed Scholarship for Nutritional Sciences helps TCU students hoping to obtain careers in nutrition to pursue their passions and serve others through dietetics.

07/06/2013 TCU Study Abroad, Summer 2013 in Sevilla, Spain Video

Watch a student-made video capturing the highlights of our recent interdisciplinary study abroad program in Sevilla, Spain.

06/12/2013 TCU Nutritional Sciences Newsletter – Spring 2013

Read the latest edition of the TCU Nutrition Newsletter. A publication for students, written by students to provide current nutritional news and program information.

06/10/2013 Latest Scoop on Berries

Dr. Anne VanBeber is quoted in the recent article about a Harvard study linking berries to heart health for young women. This article appeared in the June 2013 issue of Today’s Dietitian.

06/05/2013 Let Food Be Thy Medicine

An article by Dr. Anne VanBeber that appeared in the Summer 2013 edition of Equanimity Magazine. (The article can be found on page 40.)

05/21/2013

Macarrón solidario, elogio de la bondad

Students studying abroad in Seville, Spain recently worked with Macarron Solidarios, a grass roots group that makes hot meals to deliver to homeless people. This program was featured in the local newspaper Diario de Sevilla.

Visit our Facebook Group for more information and photos of this interdisciplinary study abroad program with the TCU Department of Social Work.

04/19/2013 Five apps that help dieters track food intake, exercise

Rebecca Dority provides some insights into keeping a food journal, and how it is a great way to reach health goals. Appeared in the April 19, 2013 edition of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

02/12/2013 Homemade dinner served for Catholic community

The TCU Catholic Community is one of the only groups on campus to regularly use the catering skills of students within the university department of nutritional sciences. From TCU360.com.

02/05/2013 Cultivate an Imminent Essential Skill Set: New Media Writing

Dr. Gina Hill discusses how faculty members should be aware of ever-evolving communication styles, and how exposing students to these styles gives them a valuable asset they can take to their future employers. Appeared in the Spring 2013 edition of the TCU Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence Insights Magazine.

02/05/2013 Promoting Civic Learning and Engagement through Service-Learning

Dr. Lyn Dart contributes to this article which asks the basic question, “What is the true mission of higher learning?”. Appeared in the Spring 2013 edition of the TCU Koehler Center for Teaching Excellence Insights Magazine.

01/31/2013 Finding Balance

Dr. Anne VanBeber shares her thoughts on being fit versus being healthy. Appeared on January 31, 2013 on Fort Worth, TX Magazine website.

01/01/2013 Dairy Food Substitutes — The Sky’s the Limit

Rebecca Dority provides insight on dairy food substitutes in the August 2012 issue of Today’s Dietitian.

01/01/2013 Empowering Children with a Healthy School Lunch

An article by Dr. Anne VanBeber that appeared in the Fall 2012 edition of Equanimity Magazine. (The article can be found on page 42.)

01/01/2013 TCU Nutritional Sciences Newsletter – Fall 2012

Read the latest edition of the TCU Nutrition Newsletter. A publication for students, written by students to provide current nutritional news and program information.

01/01/2013 Talkin’ turkey legs: the most popular street festival food of all time

Dr. Gina Hill is quoted on exactly how healthy a 2lb turkey leg snack really is. Appeared online on April 25, 2012 on dfw.com.