Dr. Braunstein has been selected by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for the prestigious RWJF Health Policy Fellows Program. As one of six chosen in the United States, Dr. Braunstein will spend one year as part of the program applying her expertise in nutrition and health on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.
On October 26th,2012, Dr. Nadine Braunstein was awarded the Civic Engagement Award from the Maryland-DC Campus Compact for her innovative Contributions to development of Civic Learning and Engagement.
In August 2012, Dr. Linda Caplis received her second Quality Matters online course certification for AHLT311: Human Resource Management for Allied Health Professionals. Quality Matters certification denotes a high level of quality for online and hybrid courses and includes a rigorous peer review process.
Dr. Nadine Braunstein had an article published in the August 2012 edition of the Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics. The article, titled Ethical Issues for Students details four different ethical situations that Nutrition or Dietetic students may face and explains how they may be evaluated using the Code of Ethics for the Profession of Dietetics.
In September 2011, Dr. Nadine Braunstein was awarded a grant from the USDA to establish school and community gardens in the Cherry Hill neighborhood of Baltimore City.
On October 3, 2009 Allied Health faculty members Tammy Burton and Linda Caplis jointly presented at the Maryland Consortium for Adjunct Faculty Professional Development’s Conference: The Adjunct Advantage: Teaching Realities in the 21st Century