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Stephanie Ott

After completing her Dietetic Internship at Meredith, Stephanie Ott, ’19, decided to pursue her Master of Science in nutrition in order to better serve her patients. A practicing licensed registered dietitian at Duke Raleigh Hospital, Stephanie will serve as the main DI clinical preceptor at Duke Raleigh after graduation.


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Ellison White

Ellison White, '18, M.S. in Nutrition, feels well-prepared for a career in her chosen field of nutrition and dietetics – one that has new discoveries emerging all the time.


Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley,'16, M.S. in Nutrition has already earned accolades in the nutrition field.


Chris Dunham

Chris Dunham

Chris Dunham,'16, earned his M.S. in Nutrition to pursue his passion for sustainable food and nutrition.


Samantha Van Ollefen

Samantha Van Ollefen

Samantha Van Ollefen discovered a passion for sustainable agriculture while earning her M.S. in Nutrition.


Leslie Frampton

Leslie Frampton

Earning an M.S. in Nutrition prepared Leslie Frampton for her dream job as a wellness program manager.


Catherine Pelone

Catherine Pelone

I have a strong desire to help the U.S. – and even the world – become a healthier place


Amanda Bodenheimer

Amanda Bodenheimer

Like many students in Meredith’s graduate programs, Amanda Bodenheimer, ’14, juggled multiple responsibilities while pursuing her Master of Science in nutrition degree.


Chris Newport

Chris Newport

Chris Newport earned her master’s degree in order to more effectively help her clients reach their fitness goals.


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