The 2012 class of students completing Meredith’s Dietetic Internship program have a 100% pass rate on the Registered Dietician (RD) exam.
Meredith College’s pass rate over the past five years is 97%. In 2011 and 2012, all Meredith Dietetic Internship candidates passed the exam on their first try. Only 60% of Dietetic Internship Programs have a pass rate higher than 80%.
Meredith College's Accreditation Council for Education and Nutrition (ACEND)-accredited Dietetic Internship program provides college graduates with the knowledge and supervised practice needed to enter this fast-growing field of nutrition. The Dietetic Internship Program prepares men and women for the RD exam and, ultimately, a career as a Registered Dietitian in the field of nutrition.
Meredith’s Dietetic Interns are in supervised practice settings such as hospitals, wellness centers, WIC programs, Food Service Management and Long Term Care settings. Interns work at least 1,200 hours or 40 hours a week in addition to preparing for the RD Exam.
Finalists were named during a reception held on April 18, 2012. The Wake County Teacher of the Year will be announced on May 17, during a banquet honoring each Wake County school’s nominee for Teacher of the Year.
Kristin McCormick, the nominee from Cary High School, earned an undergraduate degree at Meredith. Charlotte Roberts, the nominee from Jeffreys Grove Elementary School, earned an undergraduate degree and a Master of Education from Meredith.
Each Wake County school's nominee for Teacher of the Year will be honored at a banquet on May 17, at which time one of these finalists will be named Wake County Teacher of the Year.
New copiers have been arriving on campus over the last few weeks. We are happy to announce our continued partnership with CEI, and are very excited to offer the Pharos UniPrint print management system to help us reduce printing costs as well as to implement secure printing.
Students have been using Pharos UniPrint for the last two years with great success.
Please note you will now need your CamCard to make copies and release print jobs on the multi-function copiers.
Before printing on the new copiers, you will need to download the appropriate print drivers. Detailed instructions with screen shots are available on the Employee Printing page of the Technology Services website: meredith.edu/techserv/general/campusprinting/staffprint.htm.
Advanced training will be offered by request. Please contact Karen West in Technology Services at ext. 8265 to schedule advanced training.
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