Food for Thought Seminar Series
This series of monthly invited lectures presents current nutrition and obesity research ranging from basic molecular biology to clinical and epidemiological applications. The University of Michigan has a unique resource, the Janice Bluestein Longone Culinary Archive, comprised of thousands of books, manuscripts, graphics, catalogues, advertisements, menus, and other ephemera related to American food, nutrition and cooking from the 16th to 20th centuries. Jan Longone, Culinary Curator, provided insightful introductions to many of the lectures drawing on relevant information from historical documents in this collection.
Physical Activity and Nutrition Seminar Series
Co-sponsored by the Schools of Kinesiology and Public Health, these monthly lectures provided a forum for interaction and discussion between students, researchers, and faculty regarding how activity and nutrition contribute to health and well-being.