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Nutrition Faculty, Students & Alums to Present at FNCE 2016

Sargent Nutrition faculty, students and alumni are scheduled to present at the Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE) this October. Presentations Date/Time Title Authors Tuesday October 18, 8-9:30 a.m. Set Yourself Up to Earn the Internship Julia Roberts, Joan Salge Blake, and Jana Wolff Poster Sessions Date/Time Title Authors Sunday  October 16, 11:45-1:15 p.m. The association between physical activity and metabolic syndrome... More

New Voice Disorders Clinic – Starting This Fall!

Starting September 2016, the Boston University Academic Speech, Language, & Hearing Center will begin its new voice disorders clinic. Services Services include a comprehensive evaluation of laryngeal (voice box) function, including acoustic and aerodynamic testing and assessment of motor abilities. Clients will receive a detailed evaluation report and treatment recommendations. Voice therapy... More

Alumni Weekend Events, Sept. 29 – Oct. 1

Sargent College Recent Graduate Networking Happy Hour Join fellow Sargent College alumni of the last 10 years for a happy hour and networking. Connect with young alumni and Sargent professors over appetizers and drinks. Register Date: Thursday, September 29 Time: 5 – 7 p.m. Cost: Complimentary Location: Cornwall’s Pub, 654 Beacon St. Ryan Center for Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation... More

MS/DI Alum Named Emerging Leader in Dietetics

MS/DI alumna Amy Branham, MS, RD, LDN (SAR '10) received the Emerging Dietetic Leader award from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND). The Emerging Dietetics Leader Award recognizes the competence and activities of members at the beginning of their dietetics careers. Branham was the first Sargent MS/DI student to complete... More

Prof. David Felson quoted: “What are the spots on Michael Phelps’ back?”

(8/8/16) ENACT Training Program Director, Professor David Felson, quoted. "In a 40-person German study published in October, cupping therapy significantly relieved knee arthritis pain compared with patients who received no treatment. But the study's lack of a control group treated with a sham technique 'raises questions of whether it is cupping... More