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The Experiential Learning Symposium is about to start in the HEB Commons. Come join us to learn more about our Global Health Program or visit https://www.human.cornell.edu/dns/academics/undergraduate/globalhealth #cornell #globalhealth
Julia Felice, DNS Director of Undergraduate Studies, welcomes our incoming Class of &#039;23 #Cornell #CornellNutrition #classof2023
Visit www.human.cornell.edu/dns/precisionnutrition/symposium or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The WHO Cochrane Cornell Summer Institute opening reception is in full swing. A great ending to a great first day!
Today we gather to let Christina Stark know just how much we have appreciated all of her years in CornellNutrition and wish her well in her retirement. Congratulations, Christina!
The cost of diet-related chronic disease may soon exceed $1 trillion per year in the United States alone. This is driving the critical need for researchers, physicians and nutrition experts to better understand the dose-response relationships among nutri
Katherine Alaimo, PhD of Michigan State Univ presents the annual Janet Clay White &#039;61 Lecture in Community Nutrition: &quot;Start with the Soil: Gardening for Nutrition, Health, and Sustainability&quot;
Planning on attending #Nutrition2019 in Baltimore? Join us on Saturday, June 8 at 8pm in the Hilton Baltimore, Carroll A&amp;B Room for the annual #Cornell/#Penn State/#Purdue Mixer. Hope to see you there!
When DNS was looking for a new member back in 1998 &quot;we were looking for a unicorn&quot; said Kathy Rasmussen. &quot;We wanted someone who could run a community-based research program and teach, as well. We found our unicorn in Jamie.&quot; Today we wish Jamie Dollahite
Associate Professor Charles Chipley McCormick, or as we call him, Charlie, is retiring. He started at #Cornell in 1981 and came to #CornellNutrition in 1991. He has had many roles over the years: teacher, mentor, professor and friend. We wish the happies