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Nutrition & Food Science

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The graduate student orientation occurred on Tuesday, September 17th this year.
Women in Montgomery County, Md. are almost twice as likely as men to read nutrition information posted on restaurant menus before ordering and people between the ages of 18 and 24 show no interest in...
Ever wondered what exactly goes on inside the University of Maryland's International Food Safety Training Lab (IFSTL)? Food and Chemical News took a trip to the lab to interview IFSTL manager Janie...
The department is happy to have so many bright individuals graduate from our college. For more pictures check out the gallery!
Dr. John Milner is to be inducted as a Fellow of the Society in the highest honor the American Society for Nutrition (ASN) bestows. The ASN Fellows program, in existence since 1962, recognizes Dr...
For many, the idea of swimming with sharks sounds simply terrifying. But for Daniel Mongeon, a junior nutrition and food science major at the University of Maryland, it was an experience that...
Graduate students from the University of Maryland’s Nutrition and Food Science Department made their debut on national television Tuesday evening. ABC World News conducted an experiment at the Joint...
Our department is honored to have our chair, Dr. Jackson, selected for a banner along campus drive outside Symons hall. He was given this honor as a result of his past excellence in research. Dr...
EFNEP stands for Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program . EFNEP is funded by the United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute for Food and Agriculture and the University of...
Jianghong received his veterinary medicine degree in China, Masters of Preventive Veterinary Medicine (MPVM) and PhD in Comparative Pathology from University of California, Davis. He joined the...
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources congratulates Lyndsay Ames, a senior dietetics major, for her recognition as a 2012-2013 Philip Merrill Presidential Scholar. Ames is passionate about...
News about the surprisingly-high nutritional content of microgreens – tiny seedlings of various vegetables and herbs – continues to spread across the country. The microgreens study was performed...
Feeling a bit under the weather? Need a little pep in your step? A sprinkling of microgreens on your salad or soup might be just what you need. Researchers with the University of Maryland College of...
One of the newest faculty members with the University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture and Natural Resources has been awarded federal funding for innovative research that will directly impact the...

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