Courses Taught by Kendrin Sonneville

NUTR621: Eating Disorders Prevention & Treatment

  • Graduate level
  • Residential
  • Fall term(s) for residential students;
  • 3 credit hour(s) for residential students;
  • Instructor(s): Kendrin Sonneville (Residential);
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Advisory Prerequisites: STAT250 or STAT280 or BIOSTATS501/521 (concurrent)
  • Undergraduates are allowed to enroll in this course.
  • Description: This course is designed to introduce students to eating disorders using a public health framework. Students will be exposed to key concepts and controversies in the eating disorders field.
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Kendrin Sonneville

NUTR622: Weight Bias & Health

  • Graduate level
  • Residential
  • Winter term(s) for residential students;
  • 2 credit hour(s) for residential students;
  • Instructor(s): Kendrin Sonneville (Residential);
  • Last offered Winter 2023
  • Not offered 2024-2025
  • Prerequisites: BIOSTATS521 and/or 501
  • Advisory Prerequisites: NUTR 621
  • Description: This course is designed to introduce students to the pervasiveness and consequences of weight bias. Students will be introduced to weigh-inclusive alternatives (e.g. Health at Every Size) to weight-normative approaches common in public health and health care and will examine issues such as size diversity through a social justice lens.
  • Learning Objectives: Discuss the science of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention in population health, including health promotion, screening, etc. Explain behavioral and psychological factors that affect a population's health
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Kendrin Sonneville

NUTR646: Approaches In Nutrition Counseling

  • Graduate level
  • Residential
  • Fall term(s) for residential students;
  • 2 credit hour(s) for residential students;
  • Instructor(s): Kendrin Sonneville (Residential);
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Description: The aim of this course is to familiarize dietetics students with counseling strategies that can be used for nutrition behavior change, including motivational interviewing. Students will participate in counseling activities/role-plays to practice motivational interviewing skills. This course has a strong emphasis on client/patient-centered counseling and cultural humility.
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Kendrin Sonneville

NUTR690: Supervised Experiential Learning

  • Graduate level
  • Residential
  • Fall term(s) for residential students;
  • 0.5-3 credit hour(s) for residential students;
  • Instructor(s): Kendrin Sonneville, Sarah Ball, (Residential);
  • Prerequisites: Students must be enrolled in the Department of Nutritional Sciences MPH or MS (Clinical Nutrition or Nutritional Sciences) Dietetics program.
  • Description: This course will provide Supervised Experiential Learning hours for students enrolled in the Dietetics, Path to RDN training program. The course will integrated experiential learning each semester, relevant to the didactic content.
  • Learning Objectives: See syllabus for list of competencies that are specific to each course section.
  • This course is cross-listed with .
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Kendrin Sonneville
BallSarah
Sarah Ball

NUTR796: Special Topics in Nutritional Sciences

DolinoyDana
Dana Dolinoy
ColeSuzanne
Suzanne Cole
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Kendrin Sonneville
PetersonKaren
Karen Peterson
MancusoPeter
Peter Mancuso
JonesAndrew
Andrew Jones
BaylinAna
Ana Baylin
AndersonOlivia
Olivia Anderson
AaronsonSusan
Susan Aaronson

PUBHLTH321: Eating Disorders Prevention & Treatment

  • Undergraduate level
  • Residential
  • Fall term(s) for residential students;
  • 3 credit hour(s) for residential students;
  • Instructor(s): Kendrin Sonneville (Residential);
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Advisory Prerequisites: STATS250; this is already required for PH majors
  • Description: This course is designed to introduce undergraduate students to eating disorders using a public health framework. Students will be exposed to key concepts and controversies in the eating disorders field.
  • Learning Objectives: Discuss the science of primary, secondary and tertiary prevention in population health, including health promotion, screening, etc. Explain biological and genetic factors that affect a population’s health Explain behavioral and psychological factors that affect a population’s health
SonnevilleKendrin
Kendrin Sonneville