Palmetto Report Winthrop grad student researches student use of fresh food


(Rock Hill, S.C.) -- Some of the hallmarks of college life are often centered around food. For example, many students may be familiar with eating ramen noodles multiple times a week, making a frozen pizza at 2 a.m. or eating as much as possible during a trip to the dining hall to stretch out a meal swipe. While these might be stereotypical eating habits of many students, often, the relationships formed with food formed during college can last well into adulthood. Anneissa Rollinson, a graduate student in Winthrop University’s Department of Human Nutrition, is researching how coming in contact with fresh produce in a cooking class will inspire a student’s eating choices later on.

  • Producer: Anna Sharpe
  • Release Date: May 10, 2020

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