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PhD Candidate Sandi Olson Appointed to Executive Committee for ASN Student Interest Group

Nutrition and Food Science Ph.D. Candidate Sandi Olson will serve a two year term as At-Large Delegate for the American Society for Nutrition Student Interest Group. The American Society for Nutrition (ASN) Student Interest Group (SIG) focuses on the interests of student members in the Society. Students are informed of and encouraged to participate in […]

2021 Spring Newsletter

There’s a lot of information packed into our latest newsletter. The college and department name changes, faculty awards, student successes and many research projects, and we no doubt left some out. The College of Health and Human Sciences had a fantastic Spring despite all of the challenges presented to us in 2021. Many thanks to […]

2021 Research Showcase: Long Presentation Winners

  On Friday February 26th Human Sciences hosted the annual research showcase at Broad Auditorium in the Claude Pepper Center. We had nine presenters representing our Human Development and Family Science and Nutrition and Integrated Physiology departments for the “Long Presentation” portion of the day. The event program and highlights can be seen here on our website. Congratulations to our […]

2021 CHS Research Showcase: Short Presentation Winners

  On Friday February 26th Human Sciences hosted the annual research showcase at Broad Auditorium in the Claude Pepper Center. We had nine presenters during the “short presentations” and topics ranged far and wide from our two departments, Human Development and Family Science and Nutrition and Integrated Physiology. The event program and highlights can be […]

Two NFES PhD Candidates Elected as American Society for Nutrition Representatives

Nutrition and Food Science PhD candidates David Barney and Alan Dawson, were elected as Student Representatives for the American Society for Nutrition (ASN). David will serve as Student Representative for the Vitamins & Minerals Research Interest Section and Alan as Student Representative for the Energy & Macronutrient Metabolism Research Interest Section. According to ASN, research […]

Exercise Physiology PhD Student Jake Martenson Claimed 1st Place at 3MT!

Jake Martenson tied for first place in this year’s Three Minute Thesis Competition. Jake was one of nine PhD Student finalists in the competition developed by The University of Queensland, Australia. Each student in the competition has three minutes to summarize their dissertation topic as best they can. The judges decide if the content was […]

Certified Family Life Educator Webinar

Dr. Cynthia Wilson will be hosting a webinar about becoming a Certified Family Life Educator.  If you would like to know more about the CFLE or the Department of Family and Child Sciences please join us during our next meeting. Wednesday November 18th at 7:00 PM. Family & Child Sciences Club Meeting Family & Child […]

MFT PhD Candidate Tom Su Named JMFT 2019 Apprentice Reviewer of the Year

MFT PhD student, Tom Su, was selected as our flagship journal’s, the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (JMFT), apprentice reviewer of the year. The Journal of Marital & Family Therapy (JMFT) is a quarterly publication by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT) and is one of the  most influential family therapy journals in the […]

Dr. Stephen Hennigar & PhD Candidate David Barney Received ACC-CRIA Award

David Barney and Dr. Stephen Hennigar received an award from the ACC-CRIA (Center for Research in Intercollegiate Athletics) to help publish their research on the Relationship between dietary intake, diet quality, and biomarkers of health and performance in ACC cross country runners. Of the 22 proposals submitted only 7 were awarded including David and Dr. Hennigar’s […]

NFES Master’s Student James Ippolito Named FSU Student Star

James Ippolito an M.S. thesis student in Nutrition & Food Science was recently chosen as one of FSU’s Student Stars. Student Stars are selected for achieving distinction in their academic area or following significant service to the university. All students are either nominated by their academic dean or through the Office of the Vice President […]