Shawna Guttman, MS, RD

Graduate Student • Fall 2017 Cohort
Health and Behavioral Sciences

I am a registered dietitian and doctoral student working in research and as a teaching assistant. My research interests lie at the intersection of race/ ethnicity, socioeconomic status and nutrition. In my current research, I use diverse methods to examine socio-cultural constraints on food choices in a socially stratified population. I have worked at Women, Infants and Children (WIC) and as clinical dietitian specializing in trauma and oncology. I hold a BS in Nutrition and Fitness with a minor in Spanish, and an MS in Nutrition Science from Colorado State University.

PBHL 3001: Introduction to Epidemiology (teaching assistant)

PBHL 3999: Special Topics in Public Health (instructor)

Outstanding Doctoral Student Award, 2021-22

Research Fellowship, 2021-22

Outstanding Student Service Award, 2020-21

Outstanding Student Service Award, 2019-20

Outstanding Student Research Award, 2018-19