UW-Green Bay dietetic intern Wendy Barth gives some advice on healthy eating, including some healthy recipes for people to try. Listen to her advice at Healthy eating on a budget and the YMCA of the Fox Cities | WHBY.
UW-Green Bay dietetics interns visited WFRV to provide people with a cauliflower nachos recipe. More via Cauliflower Nachos | WFRV.
Dietetic interns from UW-Green Bay stopped in with a lightening up fall, Thanksgiving dessert. See more via UW-Green Bay dietetic interns create healthy pumpkin bread | #wearegreenbay.com#
The dietetic internship (DI) match results for December 2018 and May 2019 graduates are in, and UW-Green Bay students are once again far above the national average. The DI is the necessary next step for graduating seniors to fulfill 1,200 required practicum hours and gain the skills necessary to take the registered dietitian examination. Competition for dietetic internships is fierce, with only 50% to 60% of national applicants receiving a match each year.
This year 12 of 15 senior applicants earned a match, with many students matched to their first choice program. Over the last five years, there has been a 89 percent average when it comes to students matching. The success is a testament to the dedication of the students, the high quality mentoring and advising provided by faculty, the quality and rigor of the Nutrition and Human Biology Programs and the high impact practices that students receive through community collaborations.
Please congratulate the following UW-Green Bay Nutritional Sciences students as they prepare to begin their dietetic internships:
- Kelley Encinas – Mount Mary, Milwaukee
- Lacey Strehlow – Dominican University, Chicago (combined internship and MBA program)
- Megan Labine – Priority Nutrition Care, Boston (distance track)
- Caitlin Balliet – St. Cloud Hospital, St. Cloud
- Emily Burger – UW-Green Bay
- Rachel Coady – UW-Green Bay
- Samantha Inman – UW-Green Bay
- Stephanie Peterson – UW-Green Bay Pre-Select Program
- Abby Waydick – UW-Green Bay Pre-Select Program
- Morgan Thums – UW-Green Bay Pre-Select Program
- Erin Diederich – UW-Green Bay Pre-Select Program
- Kiara Heider – UW-Green Bay Pre-Select Program
UW-Green Bay Dietetic interns will be doing cooking demos at the 7th Annual CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) Expo, sponsored by New Leaf Foods. The event will be taking place on Saturday, Mar. 2, 2019 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Badger State Brewing Company in Green Bay, WI. Learn more about the event on Facebook.
UW-Green Bay dietetic interns were featured on a recent WRFV segment and shared a fall-inspired recipe that is packed with nutrients: pumpkin panna cotta with caramelized pears. Watch the segment.
Dietetic interns from UW-Green Bay were recently featured on a segment that focused on creating a chili using seasonal ingredients. Watch the video.
UW-Green Bay dietetic interns had the pleasure of co-hosting a cooking segment on Local 5 Live – Green Bay. The segment will air from 9:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m. on the following dates:
- Sept. 28, 2018
- Oct. 26, 2018
- Nov. 30, 2018
- Dec. 21, 2018
- Jan. 25, 2019
- Feb. 22, 2019
- March 29, 2019
- April 26, 2019
- May 17, 2019
Karen Lacey, MS, RDN, CD; senior lecturer emerita and former Director of Dietetics at UW-Green Bay, was recognized as a 50-year member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, at the annual conference of the Wisconsin Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics held in Wisconsin Dells, April 12 and 13. Lacy has been and continues to be very active with the Academy both at the state and national level. She has served on many boards and committees throughout her career; most notably as the chair of the work group that developed the standardized Nutrition Care Process. She currently serves as chair of the Competency Assurance Panel that oversees the continuing educational requirements for registered dietitians and registered dietetic technicians. Lacy will be attending the national meeting in Washington D.C. in October where she will also be recognized for her service.
Dietetic internship program leaders shared (DI) match results for December 2017 and May 2018 graduates. The DI is the necessary next step for graduating seniors to fulfill the 1,200 required practicum hours and gain the skills necessary to take the registered dietitian examination. Competition for the dietetic internships is fierce, with only 50% of national applicants receiving a match each year. This year 14 of our 16 senior UW applicants earned a match, with many of our students matched to their first choice program. Over the last four years, the program has matched 55/60 seniors applying for a 92 percent average!
“I believe that this success is a testament to the hard work and motivation of our students, the high quality of mentoring & advising provided by faculty, the quality and rigor of the education that students receive while studying in our Nutrition and Human Biology Programs, and the high impact practices that students receive through our community collaborations,
said Sara (Schmitz) Wagner, Director, Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics and lecturer, Human Biology.
Congratulations to the following students as they prepare for their internships:
Grace Garni – Priority Nutrition Care Distance Track
Shania Tebo – Priority Nutrition Care Distance Track
Abby Gerbers – The Ohio State University
Katheryn Gengozian – Viterbo University
Sierra McNeil – Viterbo University
Emelie Sullivan – Benedictine Combined MS Program
Mallory Krueger – Eastern Illinois University Combined MS Program
In UW-Green Bay’s pre-select program: