If you're currently enrolled in one of our food and nutrition degree programs check out the following links to get helpful information.
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The Coordinated Program in Dietetics Facility Master Schedule provides a schedule of important meetings and dates you can expect to be at your facilities.
Students may elect to take NUTR 496 Internship in Food and Nutrition or NUTR 499 Food and Nutrition Internship: U.S. Army Natick Research, Development and Engineering Center (NRDEC). An application is required.
Paid Summer Internships: The National Association of College and University Food Services offers 8-week internships and the SODEXHO summer practicum program offers 12-week summer employment in a vacation relief capacity.
Looking for scholarship money? Learn about Framingham State University and foundation scholarships by checking out our Scholarship Resource Guide.
To earn their degree, graduate students must pass an oral comprehensive exam.
There is a wealth of information on food and nutrition available on the web. We have developed an extensive list of useful links to assist you in finding just what you need.
Student blog posts featuring their school-based nutrition lessons published in The Wellness Solution blog.
Students in the Community Nutrition created cultural foods fact sheets.
Students in the graduate course, Pediatric Nutrition, created nutrition education fact sheets.
Graduate students in the course, Computer Applications in Nutrition created a Nutrition App Guide.