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HN&F 610: Nutrition and Fitness: About the Course

A guide designed for graduate students enrolled in HN&F 610.

Reference Books

Books available at the Evansdale and Health Sciences Libraries which you may find helpful during this course.

IL Lectures

These are the PowerPoint slides used for Information Literacy topics the first 5 weeks of class.

Meet the Course Instructor

Melissa Olfert
Melissa Olfert, DrPH, MS, RD is an Assistant Professor in Human Nutrition and Foods in the Davis College of Agriculture at West Virginia University.  Dr. Olfert received her doctorate from Loma Linda University with emphasis in the preventive care of chronic disease as well as completing her registered dietitian course work and internship. Her masters in exercise physiology was earned from the University of Illinois.  Dr. Olfert has been in private practice for over a decade offering lifestyle behavioral services including alternative medicine approaches for athletes and other individuals.  Her specialty in sports nutrition counseling has included high performance enhancement of cardiovascular training and resistance prescriptive programs.  Dr. Olfert's research spans over prevention of chronic disease by using modalities in lifestyle behavior to promote optimal health through nutrition and exercise for the athlete and the amateur fitness enthusiast.

Contact Information:
Phone: 304-293-1918
Email:  melissa.olfert@mail.wvu.edu         
Office:   Agricultural Sciences Building Room G016

Welcome to the Course LibGuide!

Liquid Nutrition

 

  

    This LibGuide is a portal for 
   helpful information for students in 
   HN&F 610. 
  
  
It contains links to essential journals,
   databases, books, and websites that
   will be useful in your research for this
   class.  It also will direct you to information
   regarding academic integrity, citation
   management, and evaluation of resources.

Books of Interest