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1 NUTRITION 100 CONTEMPORARY NUTRITION CONCERNS CORWIN-SECTIONS 001, 002- Fall Semester 2007 Time: Section 001: Tuesdays 2:30-3:45 PM Section 002: Wednesdays 2:30-3:45 PM Location: Section 001: 26 Hosler Section 002: 112 Chambers Instructor: Rebecca L. Corwin, R.D., Ph.D. (“Dr. Corwin”) Office: 125A South Henderson Office Hours: 4-6 PM Weds or by appointment Telephone: 865-6519 E-mail: [email protected] Required Text: Brown, J.E. Nutrition Now , 5 th Edition, Thomson-Wadsworth, 2008 Required Packets: NUTR100, Fall 2007, Diet Analysis Project Bring to class: Calculator, paper for note taking, pen for note taking, #2 pencils for exams, notes from ANGEL OBJECTIVES: Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: Comprehend basic nutrition principles. Evaluate nutrition-related issues. Make informed choices about food intake to promote a healthy lifestyle. CLASS ATTENDANCE: Class attendance is strongly encouraged. Those who attend class generally do better on the exams. EXAMS: Exam questions will be based upon the material covered in class as well as the reading assignments. If you miss Exam 1 or Exam 2, you may make it up on Thursday Dec 13, from 2:30-3:45, location to be announced. THIS WILL BE THE ONLY MAKEUP TIME (although see me if you have a class
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