You can earn 400-level supporting course credit for serving as a TA (Teaching Assistant) for any nutrition course. Being a TA can also be a valuable learning experience for undergraduates and one that you can definitely include on your resume. By assisting with the grading of assignments, students will also get a better understanding of their chosen field and the nutritional value of foods. Additionally, helping run a course may broaden your perspective for those thinking about teaching as a career option, whether it be in the classroom or within a clinical setting.
NUTR 100–Nutrition Applications for a Healthy Lifestyle (3 cr. GHW) is a newly-revised introductory nutrition course for students who are not majoring in HHD. Both sections needing TAs meet in Thomas 101. Course meeting times this spring are:
- Sect 002 meets Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:05-4:20 a.m.
- Sect 003 Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 3:35-4:25 p.m.
NUTR 251-Introductory Principles of Nutrition (3 cr.)
For students majoring in Nutrition, Kinesiology or other health sciences.
- Section 002 meets Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
from 2:30 – 3:2o in 112 Chambers.
Students who commit to being a NUTR TA will be asked to:
- Attend course lectures and assist with in-class activities for large groups of students (requires 3 hours per week)
- Grade 4-5 out-of-class assignments spread over the semester with at least 2 weeks between them (requires an additional 5-6 hours per assignment)
Student TAs must have completed NUTR 251 with a grade of B+ or better to TA for NUTR 100. If interested, please contact Dr. Adams (email@example.com).