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Hobart and William Smith Athletes In Action Hosts Nutrition Speaker

Members of the theme house Athletes in Action at the Colleges invited a nationally known speaker to discuss sports nutrition.

March 13, 2003 GENEVA, N.Y.—Pamela Stuppy, a sports nutritionist, will talk about how to improve athletic and academic performance with proper nutrition at 7 p.m. on Sunday, March 30, in the Geneva Room of the Warren Hunting Smith Library on the Hobart and William Smith Colleges campus. As a nationally recognized speaker, Stuppy presents one-day workshops to health professionals on assorted nutrition topics and has done presentations for Reebok, assorted NCAA teams, high schools throughout New England, and various athletic camps.

Stuppy is a registered, licensed dietitian with nutrition consulting practices in York, Maine, and Newington, N.H., in general nutrition with specialization in eating disorders, sports nutrition, bone density issues, and vegetarian eating. She also serves as the nutritionist for Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, N.H. She is a weekly columnist for three newspapers in southern Maine and New Hampshire. Currently, she is teaching a course in sports nutrition at the University of New Hampshire. Stuppy has written a book for health professionals, “Osteoporosis – Prevention and Treatment,” and has been appointed by the governor of New Hampshire as the nutrition representative to serve on the New Hampshire Osteoporosis Council.

She received her bachelor's degree from the University of Delaware and master's degree and Dietetic Internship at the University of New Hampshire. She is on the board of the Maine Dietetic Association and is involved in six specialty practice groups within the American Dietetic Association, including a nutrition therapist subgroup.

This sports nutrition presentation is hosted by Athletes In Action theme house at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and sponsored by the NCAA.

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