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HNF 311- PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN NUTRITION Spring 2008 Mon, Wed, and Fri 9:10 am- 10:00 am Room: 1281 Anthony Hall Instructor : Dale Romsos, PhD, Professor of Nutrition, and Nutritional Sciences Coordinator ( ). Office: 106E Trout FSHN Bldg Email: [email protected] Phone: 517-355-8474, ext 104, or phone Cherie @ ext 118 to schedule an appointment Office hours: By appointment Teaching Assistant: Kara Baker, email [email protected] Course Objectives : The student will be expected to: 1. identify the food sources of nutrients, roles of nutrients in metabolism, and contributions of food to human health. 2. understand the relationships among food and health including body weight control, food and exercise, and food and eating disorders. 3. understand the roles for processing and additives in the maintenance of a safe food supply. Text: Perspectives in Nutrition, edited by Wardlaw and Hampl. 7 th Edition, McGraw Hill. i-Clicker: Each student must have a i-clicker ( ). Directions on how to activate the clicker for use in HNF 311 will be provided in class. The clickers will be used to review lecture material, administer quizzes and to earn classroom participation bonus points. Video Tapes: Audio- v ideo tapes of most lectures will be available on Angel. Students are encouraged to attend class and use the tapes only as a backup when it is not possible to attend class, or to clarify something stated in class. Technical difficulties and equipment failure may prevent the taping of some lectures.
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  • Spring '08
  • Romsos
  • Nutrition, Mon, Fri, CLASSROOM PARTICIPATION, Kara Baker, Food safety Fri

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