College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Have a quick question?
This is the NSC Advisors shared inbox.
Please follow email etiquette when sending an email to your advisor. A one sentence email is unacceptable.
Your UA email is your official method of communication.
Help! How do I enroll in...
If you have any enrollment questions or concerns related to other departments, please contact the advisors in those departments.
Ex: Chemistry, biology, physiology, etc...
Help! I don't meet the prerequisites
WHAT IS A GRO?
So maybe your first semester doesn't go as planned...a GRO is an opportunity to grade replacement a course with a new grade.
Please visit the link below for further information on GRO eligibility and how to file a GRO request.
How do I become a preceptor?
Note: Can become a preceptor after completion of the course...keep this in mind for future courses!
Include but are not limited to: specialized work on an individual basis, consisting of instruction and practice in actual service in the nutrition department, program, or discipline.
The instructors taking on preceptors this Fall include:
Kelly Jackson firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer Ravia email@example.com
Jennifer Ricketts firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Sparks email@example.com
Sample Email-Please be professional when communicating with Faculty and Staff. One sentence emails are not appropriate.
Hello Professor ____________,
Introduce yourself and describe what you enjoyed about the class and why you want to be a preceptor.
I am interested in research, where do I begin?
1. Metabolic and Behavior Factors Influencing Body Composition
2. Bio-active Compounds, Nutrients and Lifestyle: Relationships to Cancer
The link provided below will give you a more in depth look at the type of research each faculty member is conducting. If you are interested in the work they are doing and are wanting to get involved, please send a professional email describing your interest in their research and asking if there are any current opportunities.
Summer is a great time to start looking through dietetic internships, volunteer or initiate research. Please visit the link below to see the list of dietetic internships.
Flexible Nutrition Option Students
Summer is a great time to start shadowing your desired profession, volunteer or initiate research. If you have a pre-health based emphasis, it is also a good time to meet with your pre-health advisor if you are on campus.
Nutritional Science Club
Who we are
The club offers opportunities for nutrition students to:
- Gain community experience
- Develop professional and leadership skills
- Network with professionals in the field
- Make new friends
Nutritional Science Club President
Email Jason today for more information on future meetings!