The Ellie Block and Family Career Services Center at the Friedman School is committed to helping our students and graduates leverage their outstanding experiential education to find impactful and fulfilling careers. Our career coaches leverage their many years of experience, career development training and practice, and industry and employer insights, to assist students and alumni.
The Friedman School pursues cutting-edge research and education from cell to society, including in molecular nutrition, human metabolism, population studies, clinical trials, nutrition interventions and behavior change, communication, food systems and sustainability, global food insecurity, humanitarian crises, and food economics and policy.
"There's a lot of (research backed) nutrition information out there, but I think there needs to be better efforts to communicate it effectively. That's where I hope to come in."
"There's a lot of (research backed) nutrition information out there, but I think there needs to be better efforts to communicate it effectively. That's where I hope to come in." Marissa Donovan, RD, is an MS Candidate in the Nutrition Communication and Behavior Change program. A regular featured writer for The Friedman Sprout, she will be parlaying her editorial skills this summer in an internship with EatingWell magazine.
"My role is to assist the nutrition editor and associate nutrition editor with print and digital content creation, and my projects so far include things like nutrition research, idea generation, and writing. My tasks will expand to include everything from fact checking to exploring photography and other aspects of the magazine.”