The UM Nutrition Clinic, housed in Lenoir Hall, offers a number of services besides group weight-loss classes, including medical nutrition counseling for individuals with illnesses, diet-related conditions, injury or an interest in improving health in general.
OXFORD, Miss. – Like most parents, Bob and Rita Vasilyev are rarely surprised by the actions of their three adult children. So the Oxford couple was not stunned when the trio committed $130,000 to the University of Mississippi’s Department of Nutrition and Hospitality Management. Read more…
Nutrition and Hospitality Management Students to Host Family Nutrition Fair
Passion and flavor: the Lenoir Dining experience
UM Grad Student Earns Top Honors
Lenoir Hall student-run restaurant re-opens after renovations
School of Applied Sciences Helps Launch Successful Wellness Program for Employees at Batesville Plant
Food-and-Wine Event Raised Money for scholarships
Hospitality management hosts fundraiser for scholarship money
OXFORD, Miss. – Taylor Thomas of Vicksburg, a senior hospitality management major at the University of Mississippi, returned to the Oxford campus this fall for her senior year with a better grasp on her future, thanks to a summer internship in New York City. Read more...
OXFORD, Miss. - For years, faculty and students in the University of Mississippi's dietetics program have anticipated the time when all eligibility requirements for national registration would be met in-house.
The wait is over. Read more...
Haskins Family, Kappa Delta Sorority Create Scholarship to Memorialize Student
UM Professors Help Children Learn Healthy Eating Habits through Gardening
From the Student Dietetic Association. In observance of National Eating Disorder Awareness Month, we will be showing the documentary America the Beautiful.
Student Group Warns of Dangers of Eating Disorders
NHM Dietetics students enrolled in FCS 483 took a picture beside the red phone booth on the square. Winners: Best Off-Campus Photo! See the photo here...
UM, Delta Health Alliance Partnership Yields Results in Fight Against Childhood Obesity
Executive of Nation’s Top-Rated Hotel To Share Success Strategies with Students, Public
Career Fair Shows Students Variety of Jobs Available Despite Economy
Nutrition and Dietetics Major Crowned Miss University 2009
UM Researchers Join Statewide Study of Childhood Obesity Policies
The Mississippi Business Journal focuses on Hospitality Management Alum Whitney Evans. Read the story here.
Renowned Chef in Lenoir Dining to Teach Three Public Cooking Classes
Family and Consumer Sciences Department Plans Food-and-Wine Event to Raise Scholarship Funds
Ole Miss Newsdesk. Craven graduated from the Culinary Institute of America and quickly landed an internship at Chez Phillipe at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis. There he worked under Chef Jose Gutierrez, one of only 52 chefs in the U.S. certified as a Maitres Cuisiniers de France. Gutierrez created a position for Craven, who ultimately advanced to sous-chef, a position he held until signing as executive chef at Madidi in 2003.
Craven has been featured in numerous magazines and newspapers, including Bon Appetit, Delta Magazine, Southern Living, Mississippi Magazine, Esquire Japan, the New York Times and the Boston Globe. In 2004, he was named a "Rising Star of American Cuisine" by the renowned James Beard Foundation. He has appeared on the Food Network with Rachael Ray, and he participated in the Julia Child Commemorative Dinner hosted by the James Beard Foundation.
School of Applied Sciences Adds Three New Master’s Programs
Students in Dietetics Lead Program for High School Students in Batesville
Portrait of Lenoir Hall Donors Unveiled by Department of Family and Consumer Sciences
Lenoir Hall Dining Program Prepares Students for Restaurant Careers