Teaching Kitchen course helps improve college students’ food security
The Personal Food Security and Wellness course was recently highlighted on the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Food Blog.
Ten UC Berkeley courses revamped to incorporate inclusive and anti-racist approaches
NUSCTX 166: Nutrition in the Community and NUSCTX 104AC: Food, Culture, and the Environment were among the courses with new course material and structure.
College of Natural Resources launches Master of Nutritional Science and Dietetics program
The Daily Californian featured the new program for aspiring dietitians, which opens for enrollment in September.
Congratulations 2022 Dietetic Intern Certificate Graduates
Congratulations to the Dietetics Supervised Practice Certificate graduates of 2022.
Introducing the Master of Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics program
The new graduate program will prepare students for careers as dietitians.
Alum Profile: Alena Morales
Recently featured in Breakthroughs magazine, the 2021 Nutritional Sciences and Toxicology-Dietetics graduate bridges nutrition and disability justice.
Q&A with alum Michelle Huang in Breakthroughs magazine
Huang, BS '15 Nutritional Science: Dietetics, is now a senior manager of strategic partnerships at Impossible Foods.
New report details "first-of-its-kind" nutrition policy at Berkeley
In the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, lecturer and researcher Mary Lesser co-authored the report on the university-wide policy.
Assessing the impacts of NST’s Personal Food Security and Wellness course
CE specialist Susana Matias and assistant adjunct professor Mikelle McCoin publish new research on diet and food security in students who participated in the integrated-kitchen nutrition course.
Anchor House Cultivates Opportunity, Connection, and Healthy Foods
The new building will include a teaching kitchen that will serve the Berkeley Food Institute (BFI) and the Rausser College of Natural Resources.
Ashley Reaver receives Extraordinary Teaching award
Reaver, a lecturer in the department, joined four others in the College to be honored for exceptional instruction during the pandemic.
Food is Where the Heart Is
Alumna Jessica Siegel supports the Cal Teaching Kitchen.
It All Begins in the Kitchen
A teaching space to serve the whole campus.