Eating a balanced diet is vital for good health and wellbeing. Our Registered Dietitian supports students in residence at UBC Vancouver by providing resources, guidance and support for a variety of food and nutrition concerns.
DIning Room Hacks Tours
Navigate the Residence Dining Rooms like a pro with insider tips and tricks from the Residence Dietitian! Attend a 10-minute drop-in tour to enjoy free food samples and be entered to win great prizes.
Tuesday, September 3 | 5-8pm | Gather
Wednesday, September 4 | 5-8pm | Open Kitchen
Thursday, September 5 | 5-8pm | Feast
Sara Kozicky, MPH, RD
Manager, Nutrition and Wellbeing
Sara completed her dietetics degree at the University of Alberta and recently completed a Masters of Public Health (MPH) at UBC. Sara has experience as a public health dietitian and patient food services manager in the hospital setting.
Sara is passionate about supporting student wellbeing and ensuring healthy foods are the easy choice in residence dining rooms at UBC. She strongly believes in promoting healthy, local and sustainable foods and using food as a way to connect with others. Sara is an advocate for teaching food skills, as they are fundamental for a lifetime of health.
In her spare time, Sara enjoys exploring food from around the world through travel and cooking. She loves being a part of the food and nutrition world at UBC – be sure to connect with her!
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