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Sep
25
2014

Beyond bar graphs: The unexpected discoveries of research

Brandon completed his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Applied Human Nutrition at Mount Saint Vincent University where his research projects focused on pediatric obesity. Currently, he is a full time term faculty member at Mount Saint Vincent University and a research assistant at the IWK Health Centre. To date Brandon has received funding from CIHR, NSERC, was recognized as a Scotia Scholar by the Nova Scotia Health Research Foundation and most recently was awarded the Atlantic Region and National Morgan Medal by the Canadian Foundation for Dietetic Research.  You can reach Brandon at Brandon.gheller@msvu.ca.

My throat is dry and palms sweaty as I frantically search my pockets for my emergency thumb drive and stare at a white apple on a grey screen, slowly coming to terms with the reality of a failed hard drive. It’s my first day of lecturing 80 undergraduate students enrolled in Introduction to Macronutrients.
 
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Jan
07
2014

On The Bridge: Learning about internationally educated dietetic professionals

Elizabeth Manafo, MHSc, RD was the Program Manager for the Internationally Educated Dietitians Pre-Registration Program, Chang School at Ryerson University.  



It is always exciting for me to be in a classroom setting. I guess you could say I’m one of those people who love to learn. I mean really love to learn. Yes, I was that student excited on Labour Day weekend to get back into the classroom with a new binder and a fancy pencil case (in University!). Mainly as an observer, I most comfortably learned quietly behind a desk, with my eyes and ears open to the information around me.  continue reading

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