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Emily J.

Mathios
55 Dustman Lane Bardonia, NY 10954| emathios@udel.edu | (845) 499-9484
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EDUCATION
University of Delaware Newark, DE
Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, Honors Degree May 2019
Health and Wellness Minor
Honors Foreign Language Certificate in Spanish
GPA: 4.0
Study Abroad, University of Delaware Granada, Spain
Conversational Spanish I, Spain: Past and Present Winter 2019
 Immerse in Spanish culture
 Utilize and improve conversational Spanish skills

RELATED EXPERIENCE
Food and Nutrition Education Lab 40 hours Newark, DE
Volunteer February 2017-Present
 Author articles about nutrition topics by analyzing published research topics
and summarizing in a way that is comprehensive to all readers
 Develop and teach cultural cooking nights for organizations on campus
Healthy HENS 200+ hours Newark, DE
Peer Health Educator November 2016 - Present
 Design, implement, and teach the UDish nutrition workshop, a weekly cooking demonstration
 Create healthy recipes for the organizational website, nutrition workshops and for campus distribution
 Promote healthy exercise, nutrition, stress and sleep habits to students on campus via weekly tabling
Union Hospital of Cecil County 15 hours Elkton, MD
Volunteer August-December 2018
 Integrate theories and principles of medical nutrition therapy into clinical practice
 Develop and justify appropriate recommendations for the management of patients with selected diseases
 Understand and use medical terminology and documentation to communicate patient status with other professionals
Christina School District Child Nutrition Services 30 hours Bear, DE
Community Nutrition Volunteer September-December 2018
 Participate in the production and service of school breakfast and lunch meals at the elementary, middle and high
school levels
 Create food safety newsletters and training games for district managers
 Uphold National School Lunch Program guidelines
Care One at Valley, Senior Care Company 400+ hours Westwood, NJ
Dietary Aide January -August 2018
 Prepare nutritional meals, snacks and supplements in agreement with patient’s prescribed diets while ensuring
appropriate portioned servings, quality and palatability
 Interact with patients in a pleasant manner and handle any complaints or requests promptly
 Adapt menu items for patients with swallowing disorders
 Follow all safety and sanitation policies when handling food and beverage to uphold proper health standards
Shoprite of West Nyack 150 hours West Nyack, NY
Volunteer with Jaclyn Padovano, RDN January 2016 – August 2018
 Adapt recipes to customer specific needs under supervision of the store dietitian
 Create educational materials and presentations for children and adults to improve means of communication between
dietitian and customer
The Willows at Ramapo Rehabilitation & Nursing Center 60 hours Suffern, NY
Volunteer May-August 2017
 Record patient meal orders and input using Meal Tracker software
 Identify patients with high nutritional risk based on anthropometric calculations
 Observed multidisciplinary rounds and patient care meetings
Rockland County Department of Health 50 hours Pomona, NY
Volunteer May-August 2017
 Reduce the sodium content in foods served to day care and college age children under the New York State Creating
Healthy Schools and Communities Grant
 Create informational recipe and information sheets for the employee CSA produce program
 Practice Food Processor software
 Adapt recipes to meet CACFP guidelines
The Valley Hospital, Department of Food and Nutrition 55 hours Ridgewood, NJ
Volunteer June 2016-August 2016
 Observe the nutrition care process in correspondence with Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics’ standards
 Assist in the dietary office with the ordering of patient meals and with the planning of dining events

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
University of Delaware, Office of Academic Enrichment Newark, DE
Tutor Spring 2017- Present
 Nutrition, Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Physiology
University of Delaware, Department of Behavioral Health and Nutrition Newark, DE
Teaching Assistant, NTDT 321: Quantity Food Production and Service August-December 2018
 Tutor students as requested through exam review sessions
 Adapt lectures and assignments to the needs of current students
 Develop course materials and activities to ensure clarity
 Provide input to enhance student learning
Peer Mentor, NTDT 103: Introduction to Nutrition Professions August-December 2017 & 2018
 Facilitated group discussion and activities for 12 students of varying years
 Create presentation and class activity materials for AMA referencing format.
Teaching Assistant,NTDT 267: Culinary Nutrition February-May 2018
Teaching Assistant, BHAN 130: Spice Kitchen August-December 2017
Teaching Assistant, BHAN 130: Cook it Healthy February-May 2017
 Supervise students in safe food handling and cooking techniques
 Practice utilizing social media as a platform for promoting nutrition information
ACTIVITES
Nutrition and Dietetics Club, Member September 2015-Present
D Sharps A Cappella, Vice President (2018), Secretary (2017) September 2015-Present
Gluten Free at UD, Treasurer (2016-2018) September 2015-Present
Gamma Sigma Sigma, National Service Sorority, Member September 2015-Present
College of Health Sciences STAR Campus Ambassador September 2017-Present
 Promote the College of Health Sciences and its various programs to prospective students, parents and the community
 Lead tours of STAR campus

HONORS & CERTIFICATIONS


Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Member June 2017- Present
Kappa Omicron Nu Honor Society for the Human Sciences, Member December 2016- Present
Dean’s List December 2015- Present
Nutrition and Dietetics Award for Juniors April 2018
 Presented to a student in the Nutrition Program who exhibits commitment to the major by leadership and
service in nutrition related activities and whom exhibit academic excellence
General Honors Award November 2017
 Awarded to Junior Honors Program students who have completed 18 credits of honors coursework while
maintaining a 3.3 GPA after the first two years
ServSafe Food Protection Manager Certification September 2017