October 22nd, 2014
Caree Cotwright, assistant professor of foods and nutrition at the university, presents nutrition to kids with a different spin. She teaches about healthy foods and eating habits with an artistic flair, adding music and characters to make healthy eating memorable for young minds. For the October meeting of Athens Science Café, Cotwright will give a lecture titled “Food for Thought: Nutrition and Childhood Obesity" on Oct. 22. The Athens Science Café is set up not as a lecture, but as a conversation. It’s intended to engage the community with scientific matters. No knowledge of science or scientific related things is necessary, just an interest to learn.
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