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FOOD SCIENCE CLUB | MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND HEALTH CLUB | NUTRITIONAL SCIENCES CLUB | SPORTS NUTRITION CLUB
The UA Food Sciences Club is an ASUA recognized nonprofit organization led by nutrition, microbiology, food safety and food systems students. Our mission is to promote greater understanding of food science and trends within the industry. The club also connects with many professionals in food science to enlighten students about career and internship opportunities. In addition, club projects introduce members to product and recipe development and small production projects for various products such as fermented foods and beverages, cheese and bakery goods. The club offers opportunities for students to gain experience, develop professional and leadership skills, network with professionals in the field, and make new friends.
Interested in joining the club? Join our UA Food Sciences Club Facebook and Instagram pages and check out our calendar for upcoming meetings and events. We welcome all majors!
Club Advisor: Tedley Pihl
MEDITERRANEAN DIET AND HEALTH CLUB
The Mediterranean Diet and Health Club promotes professional engagement beyond the classroom, alumni connections, volunteer and internship opportunities, resume building, fun activities, and so much more! Club activities include: opportunities to learn conversational Italian, pasta cook-offs, Mediterranean cuisine tastings, and guest speakers, among others.
Interested in joining the club? Visit our Facebook page for more information!
Club Advisor: Donato Romagnolo
The UA Nutritional Sciences Club is an ASUA recognized nonprofit organization run by nutrition students. Our mission is to promote healthy lifestyle choices and behavior change within the Tucson community. The club offers opportunities for nutrition students to gain community experience, develop professional and leadership skills, network with professionals in the field, and make new friends.
We partner with the UA Nutrition Network, Smart Moves, Body Smart, and other campus organizations to provide a wide variety of volunteer opportunities. The Nutritional Sciences Club also plans social outings and philanthropic events, such as the biannual UA Food Drive.
As a group, the club hopes to bring together students with a passion for nutrition and public health; to guide and prepare them for a career in dietetics; and to engage the community in healthy lifestyle choices.
Interested in joining the club? Join our UA Nutritional Sciences Club Facebook and Instagram pages and check out our calendar for upcoming meetings and events. We welcome all majors!
Club Advisor: Mary Marian
The Sports Nutrition Club is a student-run organization made up of students who are interested in the science of nutrition as it relates to athletes and athletic performance. Our mission is to study, apply, and share evidence-based sports nutrition knowledge and practices on the university campus and in the Tucson community. We create opportunities for students to broaden their sports nutrition knowledge through group activities, guest speakers, and experiential learning. Our members will participate in campus and community sports, health, and fitness events, sports team talks, and other related activities. There will be one club meeting and one club activity each month that club members can attend.
Volunteer opportunities include: participating in University conferences; providing nutrition education on cooking, recovery snacks, hydration techniques, etc. to students and the Tucson community; representing the club at tabling events at sports games, on the mall, at the rec, etc.; working with club and UA sports teams/athletes; and more!
Social events include: attending club and UA sports games; playing games on the mall; group fitness classes; club dinners, and more!
Interested in joining the club? Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat (UA_SNC) for more information about upcoming meetings and events.
Club Advisor: Ronnie Mullins