MS Eastern Michigan University, Human Nutrition
Thesis: Comparison of Nutrition Education Approaches on Fruit and Vegetable Intake in Older Adults
BS Eastern Michigan University, Coordinated Program in Dietetics
BS Eastern Michigan University
Major: Management, Human Resources; Minor: Psychology
Noelle Blasch graduated from the dietetics coordinated program in April 2016, and from the masters in human nutrition program in August 2020. Her master's thesis compared nutrition education approaches on fruit and vegetable intake in older adults and can be found in ProQuest through EMU's library. She has been working as a part time lecturer since the fall of 2016 co-teaching the community nutrition experience class, several clinical nutrition experience classes, and food and culture. During this time, she also ran a nutrition counseling private practice in Livonia, Michigan. Additionally, working with the Livonia Kirksey Recreation Center to provide nutrition seminars, classes, and nutrition guidance to their members and the community. Noelle closed this private practice in June 2021 to pursue a clinical dietitian position with a local hospital. She continues working as a contingent clinical dietitian along with teaching at EMU. Noelle's passion for nutrition and helping others can be seen through her work at EMU and at the hospital.
Community Nutrition Experience
Food and Culture
Full-Time Lecturer, Eastern Michigan University
Clinical Dietitian, Contingent, Beaumont Hospital
Part-Time Lecturer, Eastern Michigan University
Owner, Counselor, Nutrition with Noelle, LLC
Registered Dietitian, Kirksey Recreation Center
Human Resource Manager, M&W Industries, Inc.