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Students design, implement, and write in publishable format a research project related to nutrition and health promotion. Students are guided individually by a faculty member who will be their advisor for the research project. Students formally present their research to faculty and student colleagues. Prerequisites: SHS 410, NUTR 452, NUTR 455, NUTR 460 or concurrent and NUTR 489; graduate nutrition standing. (4 credits)