Bar Asks for Bad Yelp Reviews From Patrons | My Go-To

Bar Asks for Bad Yelp Reviews From Patrons | My Go-To

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Nutrition and Food Science (MS) Success Stories – Montclair State University

Nutrition and Food Science (MS) Success Stories – Montclair State University

Montclair State’s unique program that has a combined master’s and certificate program really attracted me to the school because I was able to get a degree to further my education and become a dietitian with an undergraduate degree in a different field. Being that I want to be a registered dietitian, I knew I needed […]

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A summer job in a -30 degree freezer: CU Boulder students study ancient ice cores

A summer job in a -30 degree freezer: CU Boulder students study ancient ice cores

STUDENT: This summer, I have a job. I’m working with INSTAAR, which is the Institute for Alpine and Arctic Research. Basically processing the most recent South Pole ice core, that they’ve taken to send it off different labs for research. The most recent ice core that we cut, the deepest piece was about 1,700 meters […]

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UD Nutrition & Medical Sciences major preps for PT school

UD Nutrition & Medical Sciences major preps for PT school

[GLORIA SOTO] I’m just aiding with any of the PTs that are here. The point is to get some hours so that when I apply it to the PT program here that I have…one, I understand what they do, how they do it, but I also have exposure to here – this clinic specifically – […]

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Rogers Report September 2019: Food and Nutrition

Rogers Report September 2019: Food and Nutrition

we are here in the College of Health and Human Services and specifically we’re visiting the food and nutrition program at Bowling Green State University and when I heard we were gonna do food and nutrition I said let’s get it on and have some food welcome to this month’s Rogers report so we are […]

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Summer Research on the Hill: Dialogue on Nutrition at Food Pantries

Summer Research on the Hill: Dialogue on Nutrition at Food Pantries

– I have always been interested in health and nutrition. I think it’s almost a privilege that you get in sites like Holy Cross Dining Hall, where you can walk in and make yourself a salad. And then last summer I had the opportunity to be an intern at AIDS Project Worcester was able to […]

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Greg – Kitchen and Bath Design Graduate Certificate

♪ (music) ♪ When I was studying in the Interior Decorating program, we touched a little bit on kitchen and bath design, and I realized how much I loved it. When I got out into the field, I tried looking for a job in kitchen and bath and it wasn’t as easy because they require […]

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WTCC Culinary Arts Showcase – Sponsorships

WTCC Culinary Arts Showcase – Sponsorships

The pastry show is a great way for students to showcase their work. Students in certain classes within the baking degree are required to enter the competition, for example in the chocolate class, they have to make a platter of chocolates and a chocolate showpiece, in the sugar class, they make sugar candies and a […]

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Always Eat Left Handed

Always Eat Left Handed

– First question I have to answer about a book like this is why eat left handed, especially ’cause I’m not left handed myself. (buzzing) But the reason why I eat left handed at networking events is because, by eating left handed, my right hand is ready to shakes people’s hands. And, it’s an analogy […]

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Vegan Holiday Dish: Sweet Potato Casserole

Vegan Holiday Dish: Sweet Potato Casserole

Southern Sweet Potato Casserole is generally made with copious amounts of butter and sugar and sometimes it even has milk in dairy products as well, but I found that sweet potatoes don’t really need all those ingredients because it just masks the flavor of their natural sweetness. So, instead you can make this vegan sweet […]

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