Michigan State University Celebrates National Nutrition Month in March

 (Photo by Grace Cockrell)

Mark E. Keenum, the President of MSU, has recently endorsed the yearly declaration designating March as National Nutrition Month at MSU, acknowledging the pivotal role of making healthy dietary choices and the significance of ongoing nutritional education.

In a segment of the proclamation, it stated, “I urge all students, staff, and faculty to actively participate in the campaign and show concern for their nutritional well-being and that of others, with the goal of attaining optimal health for present and future generations.”

Seen alongside Keenum are, in sequence from left to right: Vice Provost and Extension Professor of Nutrition Brent Fountain; Assistant Clinical Professor Mandy Conrad, Assistant Professor Rahel Mathews; College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Dean Scott Willard; Assistant Professor of Practice Jaqlene Villalpando; students from the Department of Food Science, Nutrition and Health Promotion who hold leadership roles in MSU’s Student Dietetic Association including Izabelle Rulewicz, senior, Belden; Mallie Powell, senior, Tupelo; Grace Brown, senior, Meridian;  Marlie Craig, junior, Canton, Georgia; Mary Spencer Little, senior, New Albany; Associate Vice President for the Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine Ashli Brown; and Cassy Tigner, senior, Hernando.

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