Emily LaRose

Assistant Professor,  College of Culinary Arts

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I love watching students grow in their knowledge of clinical dietetics, and I enjoy watching them accomplish more than they believe possible.”

Biography

Over my nearly 14 years as a credentialed nutrition professional, I have worked diligently to establish myself as a leader and valuable resource among the teams I have worked with. I have held positions in restaurants, public health clinics, food service management, outpatient medical clinics, and in the inpatient hospital setting.

Through training and experience, I have developed particular expertise in infant feeding, nutrition support, medical nutrition therapy, and food-based nutrition. I have always strived to stay current with trends in food and nutrition as well as evidenced-based research, and I have woven my clinical knowledge and experience throughout my courses in the academic classroom.

In my courses, I maintain high expectations for students by challenging them to critically think and explore professional resources to solve case-based problems, and I hope to guide them to becoming hard-working, problem-solving clinicians. I love watching students grow in their knowledge of clinical dietetics, and I enjoy watching them accomplish more than they believe possible.

Courses Taught

  • NUTR3030 (Undergraduate) Nutrition Assessment
  • NUTR4630 (Undergraduate) Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy