Tag: Nutritional Sciences

Reminder: UW-Green Bay dietetics program hosts free grocery store tours

The UW-Green Bay dietetics program was one of six programs across the United States selected to receive a grant from the Produce for Better Health Foundation this past fall. As a result, upper-level dietetics students will be offering free grocery store tours for the community focusing on fruit and vegetable consumption. The students will be […]

Grant promotes grocery store tours, healthy eating options

The UW-Green Bay dietetics program was one of six across the United States selected to receive a grant from the Produce for Better Health Foundation. As a result, upper-level dietetics students will be offering free grocery store tours for the community focusing on fruit and vegetable consumption. The students will be facilitating the tours under […]

UW-Green Bay’s Daily says put best fork forward

Whether it’s eating more fruits and vegetables, choosing more whole grains or reaching for more nutritious snacks, you can put your best fork forward and step into a healthier lifestyle. UW-Green Bay dietetic intern Samantha Daily penned a great column for the Sheboygan Press for March (National Nutrition Month). Read it here.  

Packers’ Adam Korzun coming to UW-Green Bay

Adam Korzun, Director of Performance Nutrition for the Green Bay Packers, will be giving a closed presentation on Tuesday, Sept. 27 in Phoenix Room A of the University Union. In his role, Korzun oversees all of the team’s nutrition, hydration and supplementation. Korzun is also trained as a chef, and graduated summa cum laude from Johnson […]

UW-Green Bay grad talks gluten-free Thanksgiving

Faculty and staff who remember Lee Hrykas, a May 2012 summa cum laude graduate of UW-Green Bay’s Human Biology program, got a kick out of seeing him on a WBAY-TV 2 news report last week. Hyrkas was interviewed as a guest expert on the issue of people with celiac’s disease enjoying a gluten-free Thanksgiving. He’s […]

A pre-reunion reunion

It was a pre-reunion reunion for Drew Stuckey, a 1979 Nutritional Sciences graduate who now resides in Mt. Kisco, New York, and his daughter Abby, a UW-Green Bay freshman. The senior Stuckey, now an RN for the New York University Langone Medical Center, called on his college roommate, current Dean of Enrollment Services Mike Stearney, […]

A new wrinkle for weekly produce sale: ‘meal packs’

The SLO Food Alliance holds its weekly produce sale Wednesday (June 26) from noon to 1 p.m. on the Student Services Plaza. The usual assortment of early crops will be on hand (the last of the spinach, kale, assorted herbs, Bok Choi, Swiss Chard, Daikon, Chinese and cherry radishes, garlic scapes, etc.). A new twist: […]

Gerontology Brown-Bag addresses ‘Micronutrient fortification in China’

On Friday (Feb. 10) the UW-Green Bay Gerontology Center hosts a brown-bag by Prof. Le Zhu, who will address “Micronutrient fortification in China: A case study on program implementation, food safety, and the change of cultural norms.”  The presentation and discussion will take place in the Gathering Room (MAC 201) from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 […]