Discover Nutrition at UNH!

Desserts for everyone

Desserts for everyone

Dietetic interns show off the allergen friendly desserts they have prepared during their food service rotation with UNH Dining.

How much is enough?

How much is enough?

Students estimate portion sizes by experimenting with different foods and containers in the introductory nutrition laboratory.

CHANAS

CHANAS

A senior Nutrition major evaluates a student’s blood pressure during the College Health and Nutrition Assessment Survey (CHANAS), an ongoing study profiling the health of UNH students.

First Recipient of Thomas W. Haas Professorship is Named

First Recipient of Thomas W. Haas Professorship is Named

Joanne Burke, clinical associate professor of nutrition, will work to advance the mission of Food Solutions New England through engagement, network development and scholarship. Learn more >>>

Nutrition, health and wellness

Nutrition, health and wellness

Whether it is in a classroom, serving the community, or shadowing a professional, nutrition majors make full use of the opportunities available to them at UNH.

 

What’s great about the UNH Nutrition Program?

  • Second largest program in COLSA: 300 majors!
  • Dietetics students offered valuable internship experiences in local hospitals.
  • Excellent preparation for careers in nutrition and in wellness fields.
  • Provides knowledge needed for success in nursing, physical therapy, medical/dental schools and other health professions.
  • UNH Student Nutrition Association helps connect you to the world of nutrition, health, and wellness.

Meet an Alum

Jocelyn Lubniewski (NUTR '11)

"..I knew I wanted to be a nutrition major"

Michaela Barhite ('12)

"You Are What You Eat... or Touch... or Breathe "

Amy Taetzsch (NUTR '09)

"My undergraduate work at the University of New Hampshire prepared me well for the internship"

Jenna (Bruggar) Waldron ('09)

I’ve always loved nutrition, but I wondered what I was going to do with it in the real world

Alicia Rossman ('09)

The founder of Let’s Get Movin'!, a yoga & nutrition program that helps keep her students on the New Hampshire seacoast.

Leah Tully ('14)

"UNH felt like home to me from day one."