NS132_lect_overview_Spr 09

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NUTRITION TODAY Nutritional Sciences 694-132-2 3 credits Spring 2009 Section 1: 9:55 am M,W,F 125 Ag Hall Section 2: 11:00 pm M,W,F 125 Ag Hall Optional discussion: 5:45 pm Tu 19 Ingraham Nutritional Sciences 132 is an introduction to the study of nutrition for those not intending to major in the field. There are no college-level science prerequisites, but NS 132 will introduce concepts from various biological sciences necessary to your understanding of nutrition. The intent of NS 132 is to give you tools you can use in your life to help you make better food choices. Lecturer: Teaching Assistant: Pete Anderson, MS David Liu 283 Nutri. Sci. 310 Nutri. Sci. 262-1120 panders@nutrisci.wisc.edu liu24@wisc.edu Office hours: 1:30-3 pm, M,W Office hours: 1:30 – 3 pm Th, F And by appointment And by appointment Mailbox: outside 266 Nutr. Sci. Mailbox: outside 266 Nutr. Sci. Nutrition: Ecology and Behavior , 4th ed., by Anderson, Wardlaw, and Smith. Red cover with green stripe. The optional weekly discussion section will be Tuesdays at 5:45, led by the TA. These give you the opportunity to cover the material from a different perspective, ask lots of questions, discuss concepts, and apply course content to real-life situations. Discussion section will not meet the first week of classes. Course information will often be sent via e-mail to all students who have
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2009 for the course NUTR SCI 132 taught by Professor Anderson during the Fall '09 term at Wisconsin.

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