Teaching

Dr. Holscher teaches courses on nutritional sciences and clinical nutrition and disease. She also supervises undergraduate research for graded research credit.

Dr. Holscher’s Courses

 

FSHN 593 – Seminar in Foods and Nutrition
Communication-based course that focuses on enhancing professional oral presentation skills, particularly with regard to communicating current food science and/or human nutrition topcis.

NUTR 561 – Diet and the Gastrointestinal Microbiome
Examines the interrelationship of acute and chronic dietary intake patterns, the gastrointestinal microbiome, and host health.

FSHN 420 – Nutritional Aspects of Disease
Examines nutritional, biochemical, and physiological aspects of disease processes and studies the role of nutrition in prevention, management, and treatment of disease.

FSHN 396 – Undergraduate Honors Research
Individual research, special problems, thesis, development and/or design work under the direction of the Honors advisor.

FSHN 295 – Undergraduate Research
Individual research, special problems, thesis, development and/or design work under the supervision of an appropriate member of the faculty.