Dr. Amy Taetzsch is a proud alumna of the University of New Hampshire Nutrition Program. Her work as a dietitian has focused on promoting nutrition and lifestyle changes in a variety of settings including the community, hospital clinics, national and international research trials, and telehealth.
Dr. Taetzsch joined the UNH Nutrition Program faculty in 2019 and became the Director of the Masters of Science with Dietetic Internship in 2020. She is an enthusiastic educator dedicated to helping and mentoring others. Her research interests revolve around behavior change, in particular how we can sustain behavior and elicit favorable health outcomes.
Ph.D., Nutrition Science, Tufts University
M.S., Nutrition Sciences, University of Rhode Island
B.S., Nutrition: Dietetics, University of New Hampshire
NUTR 400: Nutr Health & Well Being Lab
NUTR 476: Nutritional Assessment
NUTR 790: Undergrad Teaching Experience
NUTR 799H: Honors Senior Thesis
NUTR 829: Diet: Intro Prin and Prac
NUTR 832: Diet: Foodservice & Community
NUTR 860: Behav Nutr & Counseling
Taetzsch, A. (n.d.). Impact on Diet Quality and Resilience in Urban Community Dwelling Obese Women with a Nutrition and Physical Activity Intervention. Retrieved from http://www.jarcp.com/