Who We Are
The Department of Nutrition, Food Studies, and Public Health recognizes the fundamental importance of food and nutrition to human well-being and pleasure. Our students gain practical expertise through innovative coursework that addresses 21st century needs and developments by drawing on the connections between what we consume and how we live. Graduates are prepared for diverse careers in non-profit, academia and business.
For program-specific questions, please contact one of the staff members below.
Graduate Nutrition Program & DPD
Graduate Public Health &
Food Studies Programs
- Prof. Carolyn Dimitri writes new study on farmers market vouchers in Food Policy
- An Interview with Leanne Brown (MA ’14), Author of ‘Good and Cheap: Eat Well on $4/Day’
- Food Studies M.A. grad Sam Kressler writes story for The Good Men Project