The Department of Nutrition offers graduate studies leading to the Master’s Degree and Doctoral Degree, an accredited post-baccalaureate Dietetic Internship, as well as undergraduate studies with majors in Human Nutrition and Dietetics, Nutrition and Wellness, and Nutrition Science.
Congratulations to Burgin Ross, who was recognized as a UNCG Faculty Promotion & Tenure Honoree for 2015. It’s a unique UNCG tradition that faculty achieving promotion and/or tenure are honored at a reception – and they choose one book for the University Libraries’ collection that will be bookplated to commemorate the milestone.
Congratulations to Shaikhah Almesbah, who was one of ten students presented with the second annual Spartans of Promise Award. Each year the Alumni Association presents ten outstanding UNCG seniors with the Spartans of Promise award in recognition of exceptional achievement in both academic and service endeavors. Shaikhah is originally from Kuwait and currently resides in Greensboro. Shaikhah is a Nutrition major, with a Human Nutrition and Dietetics concentration. She has served as a research assistant, and is a University Marshal. She has made the Chancellor’s list and is a recipient of the School of Health and Human Sciences Scholarship.
Congratulations to Shaikhah Almesbah and Rachel Isom, who were inducted into the Golden Chain Honor Society. Inductees must be a junior or senior with a grade point average of 3.25 or higher and must exhibit the qualities of leadership, scholarship, service, judgment, tolerance, magnanimity and character.
The Nutrition Department Graduation Ceremony will be Thursday, May 5, 2016