Nutrition Interventions & Communication

Many Friedman students and alumni seek to address the most pressing public health and nutrition challenges facing our communities and people around the globe. This could be through direct patient care, whether in clinical or community nutrition settings, creating outreach and education programs, or translating science for public consumption. Sample job titles include Nutrition Communication Specialist, Wellness Director, and Clinical Nutritionist, just to name a few. 

The 8 Negotiation Skills You Need—Whether You’re Job Searching or Not

Let’s say you’re conducting a job search and aiming for an annual salary of $100,000, but a company you’ve interviewed with offers you $87,000. You could grudgingly accept it, walk away, or try to negotiate.

You decide to negotiate and …

By The Muse
Expert advice to answer your career questions.
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How to Make the Most of an Academic Conference

According to the author, this guide is about how to have an engaging, useful, and — dare we say it — fun conference experience. It’s aimed at helping you do two things: (1) Make the most of your time before, during, and …

By Benny Belvin, MS, CPCC
Benny Belvin, MS, CPCC Director of Career Services
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“What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses?” | Interview Q&A

As an interviewee, you’d probably be thrilled to never have to respond to the “What are your strengths and weaknesses” question ever again, but alas, it’s almost definitely here to stay. So rather than wing it when one of these …

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5 Questions with Lindsey Toth, Director of Global Marketing at Lonza

Lindsey Toth is an experienced strategic market leader. She is an expert in digital marketing, establishing new brands, and revitalizing heritage business. After receiving her B.S. dual degree in Nutritional Science & Dietetics from Michigan State University, Lindsey Toth got …

By Fangruo (Ingrid) Zhou
Fangruo (Ingrid) Zhou Student Ambassador
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Career Quick Tip: Execution

As with most plans, execution is critical to success. Beware of how perfectionism or thinking you have to do it all in one sitting can keep you from getting started. The truth is –small, consistent steps make a difference! Go …

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn Assistant Director, Communications & Marketing / Career Advisor
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