Eight Children Development & Family Studies participated in a unique opportunity, called "Building Bridges", that was offered at the 7th Eden Alternative International Conference, in Nashville. Building Bridges: Bringing Elders & Youth Together Through Story & Understanding is a fun, service learning experience where participants have the opportunity to see aging through new eyes and experience the power of story (legacy) in collaboration with an Elder storyteller. By our definition, an Elder is someone, who by virtue of life experience, is here to teach us how to live. Creating opportunities to learn about and promote a fresh perspective of what Elders and youth have to offer one another is the first step toward creating well-integrated, supportive communities. The Eden Alternative is an international non-profit organization focused on transforming perceptions of aging and quality of life for Elders and their care partners.
"Passport to Success" - An interactive education event between the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences and Mitchell-Nielson School
2017 Kravet Design of Distinction Competition that Interior Design student participated. Megan Watson won 1st place.
NFS 3100 partnered with MTSU-La Comunidad and MTSU-AAFCS to host the Latin American Family & Food Event.
NFS senior, Amber Hellstrom, wrote "Student Prospective" for the NAND October newsletter.
MTSU NFS graduate, Stephanie Chelton, RDN, shares easy ways to get quick family meals on the table on WSMV Channel 4's Today in Nashville.
"Green Veggies and Yams" - NFS graduates Mabel Rodriguez and Sarah Visocky.
NFS graduates help lead 4-H Culinary Camp
NFS & FCSE students and faculty tour the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center.
NFS hosts Dual Enrollment Workshop for Online courses for High School Teachers.
Dr. Lisa Sheehan-Smith and NFS Seniors at the 2016 Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE) held in Boston.
NFS students that presented at the National Federation of the Blind at Bell Academy 2016
Department of Human Sciences
Middle Tennessee State University
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Ellington Human Sciences 100
Department Chair: Deborah Belcher
Telephone: (615) 898-2884
Fax: (615) 898-5130
Office Hours: 8:00-4:30
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