The NY Institute of Technology, based in Old Westbury, NY, offers a completely online MS in Clinical Nutrition. The Clinical Nutrition program began in traditional format in 1985 and transitioned online in 2007. Coursework integrates biomedical and nutrition sciences to enhance knowledge of medical nutrition therapy. The program is 36 credits and students may take up to five years to complete the program as pace is individually tailored to student needs and time constraints.
Meet PR maven, Sarah Lewis, who knows how important communication skills are. Sarah stays on top of all the nutrition news and trends so that her clients and audience are in-the-know and connected to the latest events. Read on to learn more about combining dietetics and public relations. – Sarah
Thank you to all who participated (and are still participating!) in our Twitter hashtag #DietitiansAtWork campaign. We were joyfully surprised with the results. Our profession is so busy, so important, and so successful! So please continue to post more photos of yourself as a dietetic professional (DR, DRN, DTR, Dietetic Student, Dietetic Intern) with the #DietitiansAtWork on Twitter or any other social media platform! We want to see and hear from you. – Stacey
Paving the future of dietetics, Carines Nevalga, Dietetic Student, is combining her passion for helping others and her passion for science to better America’s health and wellness. Read on to learn more about Carines’ future goals and aspirations. – Sarah
Meet Noemi Jimenez, aspiring dietetic student, who knows the power of dreaming big and demonstrating perseverance. She is rocking the student dietetic world and making big leaps and bounds. Read on to learn more about Noemi and her future goal of helping low-income families gain valuable nutritional care. – Sarah
Kristina Todini is a student powerhouse. She defines the words: self-starter, doer, and achiever. During her undergrad, she originally reached out to me, since I’m on the executive committee for Nutrition Entrepreneur’s Dietetic Practice group, and proposed to organize and write a quarterly student e-newsletter. The student e-newsletter was a hit with all our members. Her motivation, determination, and talent will take her very far in her career. I’m extremely excited to see how she will positively enhance our profession. She’s off to a great start. Read on to learn more about Kristina’s current endeavors. – Sarah
Meet Kim Denkhaus, MS, RD, LD, a jack-of-all-“traits”. She has combined her passion for private practice and her love of clinical by working the best of both worlds and finding a happy balance between the two. – Sarah
Our dietetic profession has come a long way! Today, we celebrate our successes and how we, as a profession of nutrition experts, can enrich the health of our clients. NutritionJobs is honoring our work by promoting a campaign during the month of March, for National Nutrition Month, showing all dietetic professionals in their work environment. Photos of DTR’s with their patients, dietetic students and interns in the classroom, Registered Dietitian Nutritionists with their clients, hospital co-workers, in the lab, at a desk, teaching, coaching, counseling, blogging, cooking, grocery shopping, researching, photographing food, etc. Me, with my many computers and electronics!