Jamie Daugherty

Assistant Professor / Chair, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences

jdaugherty@fontbonne.edu
314-719-8020
Office: AB 123

Education

  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Higher Education & Student Affairs Leadership, University of Northern Colorado (August 2017)
  • Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Higher Education & Student Affairs Leadership, University of Northern Colorado (August 2017)
    • Dissertation: ‘Having Enough’: College Students’ Understanding of Food Insecurity and Campus Food Pantry Use
  • Masters of Science (M.S.) in Nutrition and Physical Performance, St. Louis University (May 2010)
    • Thesis: Effects of Body Weight Status and Exercise Habits on Orthostatic Hypotension and Electrolytes in Patients with Anorexia Nervosa or EDNOS
  • Certificate in Culinary Arts, Boston University (April 2006)
  • Bachelors of Science in Human Nutrition, University of Illinois at Chicago (Dec. 2003)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Biology minor, St. Louis University (May 2001)

Certifications

  • Certificate in Culinary Arts, Boston University April 2006
  • Board Certified Specialist in Sports Dietetics (CSSD) July 2011
  • ServSafe Certification Dec 2016

Awards

  • Fontbonne University Community Connection Grant ($6,000.00) Summer 2019 Teaching Kitchen Concept
  • Fontbonne University Community Connection Grant ($12,000.00) Summer 2018 Campus Food Pantry
  • Fontbonne University Community Connection Grant ($2,000.00) Sumer 2017 Student Professional Development
  • Outstanding Registered Dietitian of the Year: Spring 2015 Colorado Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (CAND)
  • Kids Eat Right Grant Recipient for “MyPlate: How Do I Rate?” Fall 2014
  • Colorado Campus Compact Grant Recipient for Service-Learning Project Spring/Fall 2012
  • Young Professional Award for L’Academie Brillat-Savarian & Chaine des Rotisseurs Foundation from Boston University April 2006

Courses Taught

  • Community Health Food Science and Theory
  • Experimental Foods
  • Lifecycle Nutrition
  • Cultural Competence through Food
  • Principles of Nutrition

Scholarly Interests

  • Food security
  • Food relationships
  • Bridging culinary arts and nutrition science applications

Publications

Daugherty, J., Birnbaum, M. & Clark, A. (2019). “Having Enough”: College Students’ Understanding of Food Insecurity and Campus Food Pantry Use.” Journal of Poverty published in Summer 2019.

Daugherty, J. (2019). “Having Enough”: College Students’ Understanding of Food Insecurity and Campus Food Pantry Use.” Continuums of Service Conference – Campus Compact. San Diego, CA. March 2019.

Linsenmeyer, W. & Daugherty, J. (2018). “Career Exploration of Culinary Nutrition: Motivations and Career Aspirations of Undergraduate Students.” Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences Education published in the Fall 2018 edition.

Daugherty, J., Broghammer, R., DeCosmo, A., Giberson, P. & Birnbaum, M. (2015). Perceived Benefits of Participation in the “Class of” Facebook Pages. The Journal of Social Media in Society published in the Summer 2015 edition

Daugherty, J. (2015). The Impact of Service-Learning Experiences in Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science – published in the Fall 2015 edition of the Jounrnal of Public Scholarship in Higher Education

Conference Presentations

Daugherty, J. (2019). “Having Enough”: College Students’ Understanding of Food Insecurity and Campus Food Pantry Use.” Continuums of Service Conference – Campus Compact. San Diego, CA. March 2019.

Daugherty, J. (2018). “Having Enough”: College Students’ Understanding of Food Insecurity and Campus Food Pantry Use.” Wisconsin Health and Hunger Summit. Wisconsin Dells, WI. April, 2018.

Daugherty, J. (2018). “Workforce Development through Service-Learning Experiences in Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science.” Nutrition and Dietetics Preceptors Group. St. Louis, MO. April 2018.

Daugherty, J. (2017). “Workforce Development through Service-Learning Experiences in Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science.” 27th Annual Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference. Colorado Springs, CO. March, 2017

Daugherty, J. (2016). “The Experiences of Students Utilizing a Campus Food Pantry.” National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). St. Louis, MO. November, 2016

Daugherty, J., Broghammer, R., DeCosmo, A., Giberson, P. & Birnbaum, M. “Perceived Benefits of Participation in the “Class of” Facebook Pages.” Accepted for presentation at Annual meeting of National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA). New Orleans, LA. March, 2015

Daugherty, J. “Re-tooling Your Curriculum through Service Learning Experiences in Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science.” Center for the Advancement of Foodservice Education (CAFE) Health and Food Symposium. New Orleans, LA. October, 2014

Daugherty, J. “Workforce Development through Service-Learning Experiences in Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science.” 17th Annual Continuums of Service Conference. Honolulu, HI. April, 2014

Daugherty, J., Broghammer, R., DeCosmo, A., Giberson, P. & Birnbaum, M. “Perceived Benefits of Participation in the “Class of” Facebook Pages.” College Personnel Association of Colorado Drive-In Conference. Denver, CO. January, 2014.

Daugherty, J. “Combining Fundamentals of Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science.” Poster Presentation at the Service-Learning Showcase at the National Youth Leadership Council. Denver, CO. March, 2013

Daugherty, J. & Villalobos, A. “Community Engagement: Combining Fundamentals of Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science.” College Personnel Association of Colorado Drive-In Conference. Denver, CO. January, 2013.

Daugherty, J. & Davies, E. “Combining Fundamentals of Culinary Arts and Nutrition Science, while Making a Difference in the Lives of Students.” Campus Compact Heartland Conference. St. Louis, MO. October, 2012.

Daugherty, J., Weiss, T. & Ridley, C. “Effects of Body Weight Status and Exercise Habits on Orthostatic Hypotension and Electrolytes in Patients with Anorexia Nervosa or EDNOS.” Paper presented at the Graduate Student Research Symposium. St. Louis, MO. March, 2010.

Professional Memberships

  • Les Dames d’Escoffier Member Sept 2018 – current
  • Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitian Association Dec 2010 – current
  • Sports, Cardiovascular & Wellness Nutrition (SCAN) Dietetic Practice Group June 2009 – current
  • Food & Culinary Dietetic (FCP) Dietetic Practice Group June 2006 – current
  • Missouri Dietetic Association/St. Louis Dietetic Association Jan 2004 – current
  • Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Member Jan 2004 – current
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