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Nutrition may be a science, but healthy living is an art form. Lisa Sheehan-Smith, director of MTSU’s accredited Dietetics program, prepares her students to face every demand of the dietetics field. From managing a loved one’s disease to educating grocery store consumers, Sheehan-Smith explains how dietetics changes lives with empathy, information, and communication.

What drew you to the study of diet and nutrition?

I was an athlete growing up, a competitive gymnast and baton twirler, so I was always very interested in how food and nutrition could support my training. In my last year of high

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