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Nutrition and public health nutrition programs virtual information session

Whether you’re considering a career in dietetics, enhancing your academic record, or hoping to work in wellness, public policy or disease prevention, the training you may gain from Case Western Reserve University’s nutrition and public health nutrition programs at the School of Medicine will open you to a variety of options. Members of the CWRU community are invited to learn how a graduate degree in nutrition or public health nutrition can shape their academic training and provide valuable experience that can give them a competitive edge in their future career at an upcoming virtual information session Tuesday, Nov. 16, at 4 p.m. (EST).

During this session, attendees will hear from Jackie Davis, education program manager of the Department of Nutrition, who will discuss:

  • How the flexible curriculum options for the Master of Science in Nutrition and Master of Science in Public Health Nutrition can be tailored to unique career goals;
  • Opportunities to participate in clinical work, research, community health engagement at Case Western Reserve University and affiliated hospital systems; and
  • The connections students will forge with award-winning faculty, 70% of whom have earned honors for excellence in teaching and mentoring. 

Register to attend the information session.