The American Society for Nutrition is delighted to introduce 10 student bloggers to the ASN blog. These student bloggers have diverse backgrounds and areas of academic expertise as they explore interesting topics. Writing about the Society, nutrition and the student experience today, ASN and its Student Interest Group (SIG) are excited to widen the dialogue at www.nutrition.org. The students and young professionals will blog about events at EB, ongoing research, and other current topics in nutrition and public health. Our new bloggers are undergraduates, graduate students in nutrition and related fields, medical students, postdocs, and dietetic interns.
Please welcome the following ASN bloggers:
Emily C. - The Ohio State University
Jovana K. - University of Toronto
Rebecca K. - Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Erik K. - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Alison K. - University of California - Davis
Rachel K. - The Ohio State University
Caitlin L. - California Polytechnic University
Harini S. - Oregon Health and Science University
Bobban S. - University of New Mexico, School of Medicine
Matt T. - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Get ready for some thought-provoking blog entries from this first class of student bloggers! We hope you will comment freely on the blog posts and send us your feedback on this new way of engaging the ASN member community.
If you are interested in more details about our new student
blogging program, please click here: Program Overview. If you are
interested in blogging for ASN, please email us (note that we do
not anticipate adding to the student blogger roster as this time,
but would be happy to record your interest).