The Nutrition and Dietetics Program at Ouachita Baptist University is a Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics (DPND) and has been granted accreditation status by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, a specialized accreditation body recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the US Department of Education. The Program is designed for students wishing to pursue careers as registered dietitians and is the first step in that process. Additionally, the Program enables students to acquire the essential knowledge, skills and dispositions in this academic discipline for successful careers, advanced studies, and student leadership. Through excellence in teaching, research, and service, the Didactic Program in Nutrition and Dietetics prepares students to meet the changing needs of individuals, consumers, and communities.

The dietetics program includes classes in human anatomy and physiology, chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition science, and medical nutrition therapy. The Program provides students with expertise in human nutrition, food systems management, diet therapy, community nutrition, and experimental methods in food science. The following are research papers and presentation materials submitted by students in the above classes.

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Submissions from 2017

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A Survey of a Rural Southwest Arkansas Baptist University on Engagement in Spiritual Disciplines and Attitudes Toward Nutrition in the Church, Elizabeth Fast

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Comparison of International Student's Dietary Intake in the United States versus in the Student's Home Country, Gail Lange-Smith and Sydney Van Scyoc

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Overall Knowledge Regarding the "Freshman 15" of First Year Students, Abigail Mills and Marina Lorenzo

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Eating Habits and Feelings of Health in Ouachita Baptist University Faculty and Staff, Sarah O'Neall and Hannah Rogers

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The Eating Habits of College Females and How Stress Affects Eating Behavior, Rachel Russom and Abigail Fontenot