Do you need help paying for your graduate work in the Department of Nutrition and Health Science? Are you interested in working closely with faculty while gaining hands-on experience in your field? Our department is committed to providing practical opportunities for both professional and personal growth through our graduate assistantships.
Responsibilities and Expectations
Assistantships require about 20 hours of work in the department per week and reward students with a stipend and a partial tuition remission for each academic year.
- Research – The graduate assistant provides help to nutrition and health science faculty in all aspects of research, including the development and implementation of community health and nutrition programs and helping faculty in data collection and other research activities.
- Worksite Wellness Counseling – Registration-eligible candidates provide nutrition assessment, counseling, and education (individual and group) as part of the University’s Working Well worksite wellness program.
How to Apply
To apply, submit a copy of your resume and the completed application by March 1.
Paying for Your Education