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 her nearly 14 years as a credentialed nutrition professional, Emily LaRose has worked diligently to establish herself as a leader and valuable resource among the teams she has worked with. She has held positions in restaurants, public health clinics, food service management, outpatient medical clinics, and in the inpatient hospital setting.

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

In her courses, LaRose maintains high expectations for students by challenging them to critically think and explore professional resources to solve case-based problems, and she hopes to guide them to becoming hard-working, problem-solving clinicians. She loves watching students grow in their knowledge of clinical dietetics, and enjoys watching them accomplish more than they believe possible.

Courses Taught

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