How to Apply
To apply, please enclose a brief cover letter and an undergraduate and graduate transcript.
This course is the foundation of nutrition science and metabolism. Macronutrients, their function, metabolism and relation to health and disease are reviewed in detail. In addition, the digestion, absorption, transport, utilization and storage of nutrients in humans are taught. Lastly, this course aims to integrate biochemical and physiological aspects of energy and nutrient utilzation, nutrient interactions and metabolic regulation in humans.
The GSI for Nutritional Sciences (NUTR) 630 will attend each lecture, print and distribute handouts for class, and set up and save lecture recordings and clicker quizzes before and after each lecture (MW 1:30-3:00). The GSI will be responsible for grading examinations, presentations, online discussions and evaluating student participation during in-class activities. Prior to each of the three exams, the GSI will prepare and conduct a review session and will teach one lecture. The GSI will help craft the Canvas site and must be available to set up class resources throughout August.
Applicants who have already completed NUTR 630.
Applicants with a strong background in Biochemistry and Physiology, and who completed NUTR 630 in Fall 2016 are preferred. Also preferred are applicants who have completed or are currently enrolled in NUTR/PUBHLTH 803: Effective Teaching in Public Health.
Dave Bridges, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Decision Making Process
After review of applications, the decision will be made by the Department Administrator and the Faculty teaching the course.
Selection criteria include background and experience explicit to the topic of the course.
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