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Administrative Announcements: Welcome, Laura Smith!

P4180068_2Please join me in extending an appreciative welcome to the very first Small Bites intern — Laura Smith.

Over the next few months, Laura will play an instrumental role by assisting me with a variety of tasks, ranging from research to on-the-ground reporting.

Laura — who is currently training for her first marathon — is a freshman at University of Nebraska Lincoln majoring in dietetic-journalism (isn’t that a wonderful major?).  Her mandatory coursework covers a wide scope, from Medical Nutrition Therapy and Biomolecules & Metabolism to Advanced Reporting and Principles of Editing.

I will let Laura tell you a little more about herself:

“I first became a nutrition junkie when I started running long distance my junior year of high school.

I saw the direct effects my food choices had on my training, and realized that eating the best foods would help me be the best runner I could be.  At that point, I wanted to learn all that I could.

I began reading blogs (like Small Bites!), health magazines, Internet articles, books (“Eat This, Not That” was very eye-opening) and documentaries like “Food, Inc.”, which had a tremendous effect on how I view food and what I eat.

After graduating I would  love to work for a health and fitness publication so that I could research and write about nutrition to help inform the public how to navigate the nutrition landscape.”

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5 Comments

  1. Marianne said on January 20th, 2010

    Welcome Laura :)

  2. Todd said on January 20th, 2010

    Welcome from NYC. I read this blog daily.

  3. Christine said on January 20th, 2010

    Yaaay! More small bites :) Welcome Laura! :)

  4. Christine said on January 20th, 2010

    P.S. Andy, since when did you have a whole web team/ group of people working on small bites? Your blog must be blowin’ up! :)

  5. Christine said on January 22nd, 2010

    Welcome Laura!
    Wow — dietetic-journalism!? When I was in J-School all we had to choose from was print, broadcast or magazine. Times change and for the better!

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