College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
Spring 2016 Registration Info
NSC REGISTRATION UPDATES
NSC 101: MORE SEATS ADDED
NSC 311: Department Consent Required. SEATS AVAILABLE. Email email@example.com for more information.
NSC 351L - Tuesday at 2pm - Department Consent Required. SEATS AVAILABLE. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sample Email for NSC 351L:
Hello NSC Advisors,
My name is ____________ and my student ID is _______________. I would like to enroll in NSC 351L. I acknowledge that prior to the start of class I will complete the required class syllabus quiz. I will also show up to class in the appropriate attire. I understand that if I do not show up in appropriate attire on the first day of class, I will be asked to leave.
NSC 358L - TBA: offered every day of the week at various times with some labs in the morning beginning as early as 6:30 or 7 am, while others are in the early evening. There are sites both on and off campus—on campus at UAMC, and three student union facilities, off campus -- hospitals, schools, and assisted living facilities. There are even a few weekend time slots.
NSC 396A - Online & In Person: FULL
COURSES LABELED DEPARTMENT CONSENT
Ex: Nutrition course with department consent - email NSC advisors
PSIO course with department consent - email PSIO advisors
CHEM course with department consent - email CHEM advisors
Link to all advisors:
S.N.A.C. Advising Walk-ins Week of Nov 30th
Please come prepared with quick questions
Thursday, December 3rd - 12:00 - 1:00 PM
FREE NSC TUTORING HOURS
NSC Study Abroad Event
December 9th & 10th
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Want to learn more about study abroad opportunities offered by the Department of Nutritional Sciences? Study abroad advisors will provide an overview of NSC course options in Italy, Spain and China, procedure for applying, important dates and deadlines, cost, etc..will be covered. There will also be a faculty overview of the study abroad activities and courses and a Q & A student speaker panel. Refreshments will be provided.
Please RSVP. This event has limited seats available.
Click here to RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/nsc-study-abroad-tickets-19717126456
OTHER COURSE OPTIONS TO CONSIDER
NSC 311 - Systems Approach to Obesity (Online)
Prerequisites - NSC 101/170C1. Recommend for nutrition flex option.
Email email@example.com for assistance with course enrollment.
NSC 395A- Experiential Learning in Nutritional Sciences (Offered Fall & Spring)
Prerequisites - Nutrition major
NSC 396B - Scientific Literacy
Prerequisites - NSC 101, Nutrition major Junior or Senior
GET INVOLVED NSC
NUTRITION CLUB/ASPEN MEETING
Please join us for a combined Nutrition Club/A.S.P.E.N. club meeting. Pam Echeverria, MS, RD and Jennifer Doley, RDN, MBA will present 2 nutrition support cases this Thursday, December 3rd from 5 pm to 6 pm in room 159 in the Shantz Building. Pam and Jennifer will discuss a challenging enteral and parenteral nutrition case study. The club membership for ASPEN is $5 - membership forms will be available.
Mary Marian, DCN, RDN, CSO, FAND
Assistant Professor of Practice
Director, Didactic Program in Dietetics
College of Agriculture & Life Sciences
Dept. of Nutritional Sciences
1177 E. 4th Street, Shantz Bldg.
VOLUNTEERS WANTED FOR SENSORY ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC LEAFY GREENS
We are in need of volunteers to perform sensory (smell, color, taste, etc.) analysis of organic leafy greens washed with plant antimicrobials or organic sanitizers. This is a voluntary activity. Tasting will take no more than 20 min. Participants must be at least 18 years of age, non-smokers, and must be able to differentiate between colors. Interested candidates can contact Dr. Sadhana Ravishakar, Associate Professor (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kamini Joshi, Graduate Student (email@example.com).
Contact one of us by or before Thursday of each week, so that sufficient quantities of salads can be prepared. Panel will take place in Shantz Room 101A on Fridays- December 4th, December 11th, and December 18th from 9am-5pm.
Thank you for your participation!!!
Submitted by: Sadhana Ravishankar Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Animal & Comparative Biomedical Sciences Phone: 520-626-1499
SHAC - STUDENT HEALTH ADVOCACY COMMITTEE
Calling All Student Leaders!
The ASUA Student Health Advocacy Committee is sponsoring a Tobacco-Free UA Town Hall event to provide information about the Tobacco-free UA Policy, hold a Q&A session with a panel of speakers, and allow time for all attendees to voice their opinions about the policy and its implementation. Speakers will represent the Student Health Advocacy Committee, Human Resources, and Arizona Smokers Helpline.
If you or a representative from your organization would like to contribute to the future of the Tobacco-Free Policy here at University of Arizona, please register below! The event will take place this Thursday, December 3rd at 6pm in the South Greatroom of Arbol de la Vida Residence Hall
Registration Link: http://goo.gl/forms/qHgXQDtDPC
Date: Thursday, December 3rd
Location: Arbol De La Vida Residence Hall, South Great Room
Questions? Email email@example.com