|News Display: Mary Swartz Rose Is Born|
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Description/Abstract: News Display: Mary Swartz Rose Is Born, Tuesday, 10/31
An American laboratory scientist and educator in the fields of nutrition and dietetics, Mary Swartz Rose was born October 31, 1874 in Newark, Ohio. Swartz Rose received a B.S. in Household Arts from Teachers College, Columbia University and went on to Yale University, where she received her PhD, before returning to her alma mater to create the nation's first nutrition program. Like John Dewey, she was a prolific author.
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