- Hungry for some healthy food and healthy knowledge?
- Want to learn basic cooking skills?
- Keen to meet other food-lovers on campus?
NSSA and CIE have got you covered!
Come out on Friday, October 16th from 5:00-7:30 for our healthy cooking class! Endulge in the comforts of fall as we cook up a chickpea salad, a chicken and bean stew (vegetarian option: sweet potato and bean stew), and a scrumptious apple crumble!
All the dishes prepared will be high in fibre- a key component of our diet that can be easily neglected in a busy student’s life. NSSA will be giving a short presentation on the importance of fibre and where to get it!
The event will be $3. Please complete registration online here and pay at the door with cash.
Hope to see you there!
NSSA is hosting their second game night of the year and you are all invited for an evening of socializing and games! There will be free food so if you need a de-stressor or just want to mingle, feel free to stop by and stay awhile! The event will take place at FG 423 from 6-8pm on Thursday March 26th. See you there! 😀
The NSSA will be at the Subject POSt fair on March 25th & 26th from 1-4 pm each day in MSB 2290. Come stop by if you’re interested in learning more about the Department of Nutritional Sciences major at U of T!
The NSSA and CIE are hosting a Cooking Class in honor of Nutrition Week at Cumberland House on Friday March 20th from 5-7:30 pm. You will be learning to prepare:
- Black Bean and Avocado Salad
- Soy Glazed Salmon
- Chocolate Dipped Strawberries
The cost of the event is just $4 and spaces are limited so sign up now! Click on the poster below for more details and click here to sign up.
Hope to see you there!
Are you interested in getting more involved with the NSSA? Thinking about joining the VERY AWESOME exec team next year?
Come to the annual NSSA Spring Elections! They will take place on March 19th from 5-6pm at FG423. Check out the NSSA Constitution for a list of descriptions of all available positions. To be eligible to run for a position, you must be either in the Nutritional Sciences Major OR be taking at least one NFS course during the 2015-2016 school year.
1) Please send us a quick email at email@example.com before election day (March 19th) to let us know which position you will be running for.
2) Prepare a short speech to give on election day!
If you are not running for a position but are taking an NFS course you are more than welcome to come vote and support the candidates. Refreshments will be provided.
Good luck to all candidates! 😀
Are you considering doing a research project, heading on to grad school, or even pursuing a career in research? Missed out on our annual student prof luncheon? We got you covered!
We have several professors (who are leading researchers in the field of nutrition) lined up for you! This event will be taking place on Thursday March 12th from 2:30 to 4 pm. This is your chance to chat with them in a casual setting and find out a bit more about what each of their labs do. You might even learn about what they look for in a research student!
Join the NSSA for the 2nd installment of our Where Can My Degree Take Me seminar series happening on March 2nd at FG423 from 5-6pm.
We have Sue Mah, Registered Dietitian and President of Nutrition Solutions. Well known for her appearances on Steven and Chris, Breakfast Television, and many other commercials and media features, Sue Mah is one of Canada’s first media dietitians. She was also consultant and writer for the 2007 Canada’s Food Guide, and acts as a consultant to many food industry clients. Check out some of her media clips here.
Come hear her speak about her career path! It might just inspire you to go into nutrition communications.
Come celebrate Reading Week early with your NSSA at our winter pub night happening at Shoeless Joe’s on February 12th at 6:30pm. Join us for free food, drink and company!
Please remember to bring your IDs if you are +19 because we WILL be checking IDs. You can still come if you are underage however you will be unable to drink alcohol. Pop and other non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.
We will also be continuing our hoodie sales so if you would like to purchase one, you can do so with $35 in exact cash.
Discover what it’s like to be a chocolate scientist!
Come hear from Elena Grouios, a UofT Nutritional Sciences Alumni now working as a Product Development Scientist at Cadbury in Toronto. The seminar will be taking place at FG423 from 6:15-7pm on February 23rd.
Chocolate themed refreshments will be provided!