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Samantha Mendence

Expected Graduation: 2019

Experience List
I.

Experience
1. Volunteer Hours
Silver Hill Hospital
o Inpatient, adolescent aid during school hours
o I assist patients with school work, or keep them occupied with games and puzzles if
they do not have work
o I keep patients distracted with games and puzzles resulting in less outburst and more
positive outlooks
Recovery Advocate
o Cottonwood de Tucson and Backcountry Wellness
o I tell my story to patients in hopes that they will internalize and relate to my struggles
and get a feeling of hope from my success
NEDA walk
o I participated in and raised money to support NEDA and research/awareness relating
to eating disorders for four years
2. Paid Work Experience
Greenwich Ophthalmology Associates
o I am a receptionist and clinical scheduler for six ophthalmologists
o I check in patients, manage doctors schedules, and update insurance information
resulting in less errors and adequate time management for the doctors and their
patients
3. University, State, National Student Organizations
University of New Haven Nutrition and Dietetics Club
Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics student member

II.

Interests

Employment Interests:
o Inpatient, residential, or outpatient eating disorder treatment centers
o Hands on and visual learner
o Flexibility
o Problem solving
o Adolescents
o Emotional well-being

III. Student Assessment


Students placed in internships have on average a total GPA of 3.6. Courses specifically scrutinized by DI
directors include biochemistry, Nutrition and Disease I and II and Nutrition Care Process as well as all of
the sciences.

Didactic Course List


Alternative
Course

DPD Course
DIET 1175 Food, Nutrition and Culture
DIET 2215 Principles of Nutrition
DIET 2200 Food Science Preparation w/Lab
DIET 2222 Careers in Nutrition & Dietetics
DIET 2217 Institutional Food Service
DIET 3350 Nutrition throughout the Lifecycle
DIET 3405 Community Nutrition
DIET 3342 Healthy Food Preparation w/Lab
DIET 3326 Principles of Dietetics Management
DIET 3315 Nutrition and Disease I
DIET 3330 Nutrition Care Process I/Research
DIET 3335 Nutrition and Disease II
DIET 3360 Nutrition Care Process II
DIET 3370 Nutrition Counseling
DIET 3450-3455 Special Topics
BIOL 2253 Biology for Science Majors w/lab
CHEM 1115 General Chemistry I w/lab (1117)
CHEM 1116 General Chemistry II w/lab (1118)
BIOL 2259 Vert Anatomy & Phys I w/lab (2262)
BIOL 2260 Vert Anatomy &Phys II w/lab (2264)
CHEM 2201 Organic Chemistry
BIOL 2261 Biochemistry
BIOL 3301 Microbiology with lab (3302)
PSYC 1111 Psychology
ENGL 1105 Composition
ENGL 1110 Comp & Literature
MATH 2228 Elem Statistics
COMM 1100 Human Communication
DGAD 1101 Intro to Multimedia

Term
&
Year

Number
Grade
of Credits Earned

S1

S3
S3

3
3

S2.5
S2

4
4

S3
S1
S2
S3
S2

3
3
3
4
3

BA

A
A+
A+

In addition to strong grades, students should possess the following characteristics and will be rated by
faculty throughout their course work. 0= not observed, 1= needs improvement, 2= satisfactory, 3=above
average, 4= outstanding, NA= not able to evaluate

Characteristic

Sophomore

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

3
3
4
2
3

Intellectual Curiosity
Leadership
Empathy/Compassion
Ethical Behavior
Emotional Maturity

Junior

Senior



6. Motivation
7. Industriousness
8. Communication Skills
9. Writing Skills
10. Problem-Solving Skills
11. Critical Thinking Skills
12. Passion/Dedication

4
2
2
3
3
2
3