Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is coming back to McQueary College of Health and Human Services (MCHHS)! EYH is an annual event geared towards female students in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades where they get to experience all of the incredible programs in MCHHS. With this year’s theme, Weird Science, the participants will get hands-on opportunities in various settings … [Read more...] about Expanding Your Horizons for Middle School Students
Natalie Allen, faculty member in the dietetics program, and Shae Casey, dietetic intern, took part in Missouri State's first "Facebook Live" video. They shared recipes for three healthy snacks as hundreds of people participated and asked questions. You can watch the video here. … [Read more...] about Dietetics Program Goes Live on Facebook
Dr. Amanda Brodeur, MD, PhD, faculty member of Biomedical Sciences Department, attended the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics annual meeting in Seattle, WA April 1-6, 2019. Her abstract was selected for poster presentation and she presented the “Evaluation of Bone Biomarkers in the Characterization of the Skeletal Phenotype in Idua-W392X Knock-In Mice as a … [Read more...] about Genetics and Genomics…Say What?!
Every spring following graduation, the dietetics program takes a short-term study away program traveling to a country where the Mediterranean Diet is the norm. Titled “In Search of the Seven Species”, we search for the seven oldest foods in the world throughout Greece on the menus, in the markets, fields, art, architecture, culture, museums, etc. These foods are: wheat, barley, … [Read more...] about The Best Way to Learn the Mediterranean Diet! Go to Greece!
Missouri State University dietetic interns spent April 10 in Jefferson City at the Capitol advocating with dietitians from the Missouri Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. They spent the day speaking to legislators about the importance of state licensure for dietitians and increasing insurance coverage for nutrition services. … [Read more...] about Dietetic Interns and Legislative Day