Erin Green earned Bachelor of Science degrees in both Nutrition & Food Science and Exercise Physiology from California State University, Chico, where she received the honor of Summa Cum Laude. She then completed her dietetic internship with the Veterans Affairs Healthcare Systems in San Diego, CA. Upon obtaining her RD credential Erin went on to work in a variety of settings including WIC (Women, Infant, and Children) and Peace Corps. After completing her work abroad, Erin obtained her PhD in Nutritional Sciences from Cornell University, with a concentration in Community Nutrition.
Erin served as the Community Nutrition Coordinator for the Cornell Dietetic Internship, and she is currently a lecturer and the DPD Director in the Division of Nutritional Sciences.
Dr. Green continues to work with the Dollahite research group and others on projects related to early adolescent food choice and other community nutrition-related research.
NS 2470: Food for Contemporary Living
NS 6350 : Introduction to Community Nutrition Research
NS 6250 : Community Nutrition in Action
NS 2450: Social Science Perspectives on Food & Nutrition
Green, Erin M., Catherine Spivak, and Jamie S. Dollahite. "Early adolescent food routines: A photo-elicitation study." Appetite 158 (2021): 105012.
Green, Erin M., et al. "Personal, proxy, and collective food agency among early adolescents." Appetite 166 (2021): 105435.
Southern Tier Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics
New York State Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics
Ph.D, Nutritional Sciences, Cornell University
B.S., Nutrition and Food Science, California State University
B.S., Exercise Physiology, California State University