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CNPD Research News: May 2023

Categories: News, Research

CNPD Accomplishments Congratulations to Dr. Desiree Tande and Professor Erin Lauckner on being awarded funding for their grant “Campus Farmers Market to Promote Gardening, Healthy Eating, and Increase Food Insecurity Awareness”. Congratulations to Dr. Yi-Ping Hsieh on her recent publications and conference presentation: Lee, Y. S., Roh, S., Hsieh, Y. P., & Park, Y. (2023). […]

N&D Chair’s Update, Summer 2023

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Department Chair Desiree Tande updates us on faculty positions, program updates, research activities, and collaboration efforts at the CNPD. Brenna Swanson and Dr. Nathaniel (Thanny) Johnson joined the Department of Nutrition and Dietetics (N&D) in full-time faculty positions fall semester of 2022. Brenna brings expertise in several areas, including health coaching/counseling and medical nutrition therapy, […]

Dean’s Message for Nutrition & Dietetics Newsletter

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Every day I am amazed by our College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines alumni and students! Our 2023 graduating classes from Nursing, Nutrition & Dietetics, and Social Work were no exception. It was such a pleasure to attend their respective banquets, pinning, and commencement programs and learn about their future plans.  Every single student was […]

Department Chair Desiree Tande and Kimberly Lucas with her Winning Grad Poster Check

Nutrition & Dietetics Research Updates

Categories: News, Research

Department Chair Desiree Tande and Kimberly Lucas with her Winning Grad Poster Check

Dr. Nathaniel Johnson This year was exceptionally busy for research as Dr. Johnson set the foundation for his future interdisciplinary research agenda. Dr. Johnson published one manuscript in the 2022-2023 academic year and submitted five different research proposals. The manuscript was published in the journal Sensors, regarding a novel biomarker sensor and the association of […]

SAND wraps up exciting year

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This year, the Student Association of Nutrition and Dietetics (SAND) acted upon its goals for the semester of increasing participation, holding service-learning opportunities, and networking with peers. Giving Back SAND participated in service-learning events such as the Find Your Classes event in the fall, helping to show incoming freshmen around campus, the United Way Backpack […]

2023 CNPD Research & Scholarship Day | Online Submissions

Categories: Research, Upcoming Events

Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty from the College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines presented their research and other scholarly activities in Social Work, Nursing, and Nutrition & Dietetics. Part of the event was held in person at the Memorial Union. Below are video submissions from online students. VIEW 2023 CATALOG Video Presentations from Distance […]

CNPD building in snow

CNPD Research News: April 2023

Categories: News, Research

CNPD building in snow

CNPD Accomplishments Congratulations to Frank Johnson on his recent publication! Johnson, F., Jr, RedCloud, A., Mootz, J., Hallgren, K.A., Elliot, K., Alexander, C., Aanji’bide Community Action Board, & Greenfield, B. L. (2023). Community member perspectives on adapting the cascade of care for opioid use disorder for a tribal nation in the United States. Addiction, 10.1111/add.16184. […]

Helping Achieve N&D’s Mission: Thank you to Preceptors!

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N&D would like to thank the preceptors who supported students through the 2022-2023 academic year.  Your contributions are valued, and we cannot thank you enough! Wenberg Preceptor Awards The Department of Nutrition & Dietetics (N&D) offers the Wenberg Preceptor Award that supports professional development for N&D preceptors and recognizes preceptor efforts.  This year’s recipients are […]

Nutrition | It’s very much a global conversation

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“Nutrition is really something that affects everyone. It’s very much a global conversation.” Brendan Kesler, a recent Master of Science in Nutrition alum, shares his experience with the Nutrition & Dietetics program at the University of North Dakota. UND graduates provide leadership and solutions for challenging nutrition problems.  Learn More

Chantel Vazquez joins RAIN

Categories: RAIN

At UND, Chantel Vazquez saw the value of the RAIN program and the impact it has on American Indian students. For over 30 years, the Recruitment & Retention of American Indians into Nursing (RAIN) program at UND has been guiding and supporting American Indian nursing students. Of the American Indian Registered Nurses in North Dakota, 79% are […]