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									For Immediate Release
Contact: Shannon Hoffman
School of Public Health
University of Maryland, College Park
Phone: (301) 405-9418
Email: shoffma6@umd.edu

  Nationally Recognized Nutritionist Joy Bauer to
              Speak at College Park
COLLEGE PARK, MD—Alumni Joy Bauer will be returning to the School of Public
Health at the University of Maryland, College Park on Friday to give her presentation
“From College Park to The TODAY Show.”

Bauer will also begin contributing features for the School’s blog, The Healthy Turtle
(http://sph.umd.edu/news/blog.cfm).

Bauer, who graduated from the School of Public Health in 1986 with a Bachelor’s degree
in Kinesiology Sciences, will discuss her path and career choices which carried her from
College Park to becoming nationally recognized for her extensive work in nutrition.

The Joy Bauer Nutrition Center, one of the largest nutrition centers in the country,
provides counseling for individuals dealing with nutritional concerns. She has been
featured in several national publications, and she is the nutrition expert for The TODAY
Show.

Last year Bauer published her second New York Times bestseller, Joy’s Life Diet: Four
Steps to Thin Forever. She is also the nutrition expert and contributing editor for
PARADE & PARADE Healthystyle Magazine, and a contributing editor and columnist
for Self Magazine.

Bauer has consulted with high-profile athletes, celebrities and models, and she is the
nutritionist for the New York City Ballet and American Ballet Theatre.

Her career path started with developing the Mount Sinai Medical Center’s Department of
Pediatric Cardiology in New York City, where she served as director for five years. She
also taught nutrition at New York University’s School of Continuing Education and
served as the nutritionist for the university’s faculty, students and athletes.

Bauer’s lecture will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 16 in the School of Public Health Building,
room 1312. The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited.

								
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