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Publications:
Dietetics Curriculum: Incorporating Service Learning Activities to Meet Required Competencies

Regular assessment and modification to curriculum is imperative in today's ever-changing world. The dietetics curriculum at Western Illinois University has incorporated several service learning activities to meet accreditation competencies.

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Published online: November 14, 2014

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Education and Experience beyond the Classroom: University Dietetic Students Involvement in a Nutrition-related Workplace Wellness Program

Undergraduate dietetic researchers had the opportunity to apply knowledge and expand their skills through a voluntary research project. This experience provided many lessons difficult to simulate within the classroom.

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Published online: November 14, 2014

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Nutrition-related Service Learning Activities on a University Campus

Service learning activities incorporated into a dietetics curriculum not only fulfill accreditation competencies, they benefit the dietetic students, university campus, and the local community.

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Presenting Food and Culture: Teaching Nutrition through “Learning by Doing”

Food and Culture Club serves multiple purposes to increase internationalizing the campus by promoting interest and knowledge of diverse foods and cultures through two free well-attended events each semester.

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Published Online: June 6, 2016

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BELLA (Better Education for Lasting Lifestyle Achievement): An Interdisciplinary Wellness Program

This session overviews BELLA (Better Education for Lasting Lifestyle Achievement), an interdisciplinary program, using the social-ecological model to provide wellness education for middle-aged female employees at a Midwestern U.S. university.

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Published Online: June 1, 2016

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Academic and Industry Collaboration: A Nutrition-related Worksite Wellness Program

Collaboration between a university dietetics program and factory indicated a nutrition-related worksite wellness program utilizing undergraduate dietetics students and faculty can positively impact dietary, biochemical and anthropometric measures of participants.

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Published Online: August 15, 2016

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