Margaret Ann Bock
Professor, HNFS, Family and Consumer Sciences
|Expertise||Food and Nutrition, Health, Technology and Distance Education|
|Expertise Detail||nutrition, clinical training for registered dietitians, distance education, aging and nutrition|
|Office Location||311A Gerald Thomas Hall|
|Personal Bio||Ann Bock is a tenured, full professor of human nutrition in the Department of Family and Consumer Sciences in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics at New Mexico State University (NMSU). She has been at NMSU for over 22 years. She came to NMSU from Kansas State University where she got her doctorate in Human Nutrition with a minor in Physiology. Her Masters was in Institutional Management and Dietetics and her BS in General Family and Consumer Sciences. She completed a sabbatical at Purdue University during 1999. Dr Bock is a Registered Dietitian. She is licensed in New Mexico. In addition, she specializes in nutrition support.
In addition to her faculty role, Dr Bock is the Director of the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD) at NMSU. In this capacity, she works with all of the dietetic students to insure that they have taken the course work necessary to meet the requirements of The American Dietetic Association. She also works with students when they put their application packages together to get in a supervised practice program which is another of the steps required to become a Registered Dietitian.
Aside from being faculty and the Director of the DPD, Dr Bock has a 60 percent research appointment with the New Mexico State University Agricultural Experiment Station. Her research concentrates on nutrient bioavailability, nutrition education with a special focus on distance delivery and nutrition support aspects of minerals, fiber and lipids. The major minerals of interest are calcium and iron.
As a faculty member at NMSU, one of the components of the job is service. Dr Bock does service in a number of arenas. She does nutrition support work in both acute care and the community nutrition arena. She regularly speaks to various health professionals (e.g. physician, dietitian, physical therapists, respiratory therapists and pharmacists). In addition she has lots of practical, personal experience associated with many of the topics covered in class. In January 2002 she underwent a Roux en Y Gastric Bypass and to date has lost 133 lbs.
Ann Bock taught ballroom dance for years and still likes to keep in practice. She loves to do crafts, especially those related to floral arrangements and decorations. She also likes to travel. Naturally she loves to concentrate on the food and cultural aspects during her trips.
|Education||Doctor of Philosophy, Foods and Nutrition, Kansas State University, 1983. Research: Lipid Metabolism: Interaction Effects of Pectin, Phytate and Calcium with Zinc and Copper.
Master of Science, Dietetics, Restaurant and Institutional Management, Kansas State University, 1979. Research: The Development and Comparative Evaluation of a Self-Instructional Module for Quantity Food Storage.
Bachelor of Science, General Home Economics, Kansas State University, 1968.
|Experience||Jul 2002 to Present Graduate Coordinator, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Sept 1999 to Present Graduate Faculty Status, Department of Animal and Range Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Jul 1995 to Present Professor, Human Nutrition and Food Science (40% Teaching/60% Research), Department of Family and Consumer Science, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Feb 1996 to Oct 2002 Editor-in-Chief, Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, The Netherlands.
Jan 1999 to Aug 1999 Sabbatical, Department of Foods and Nutrition, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. Objectives: Develop, implement and evaluate internet based class taught both in NM and IN - Jan to Apr 1999, class conducted from NMSU; Apr to May 15 1999, class conducted from Purdue. Obtain background related to and conducted research using radioisotopes.
Aug 1999 to Present Adjunct Faculty, Department of Foods and Nutrition, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN.
Nov 1999 to Oct 2000 Therapeutic Nutrition Consultant, WGN Home Care, Las Cruces, NM
Nov 1999 to Oct 2000 Therapeutic Nutrition Consultant, Tresco Community Living Program, Las Cruces, NM.
Jul 1996 to Sept 1997 Therapeutic Nutrition Consulting, Sun Village ICFMR Facility, Las Cruces, NM.
Sept 1995 to Oct 1996 Therapeutic Nutrition Consulting, Rivers Bend Residential Treatment Facility, Las Cruces, NM.
Jul 1989 to Jul 1995 Associate Professor, Human Nutrition and Food Science (40% Teaching/60% Research), Department of Home Economics, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Jan 1995 to Present Therapeutic Nutrition (Nutrition Support) Consulting, William Beaumont Army Medical Center, El Paso, TX.
Jan 1992 to Jan 1995 Therapeutic Nutrition (QI/Nutrition Support) Consulting, Thomason Hospital, El Paso, TX.
Aug 1990 to Feb 1996 Editorial Board, Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, The Netherlands.
Jul 1990 to Jul 1993 Associate Professor, Foods and Nutrition (25% Teaching/75% Research), Department of Home Economics, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Jul 1989 to Jun 1990 Associate Professor, Foods and Nutrition (50% Teaching/50% Research), Department of Home Economics, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Jan 1984 to Jan 1988 Associate Editor-Nutrition, Journal of Cereal Chemistry, American Association of Cereal Chemists, St. Paul, MN.
Aug 1983 to Present American Dietetic Association Didactic Program in Dietetics Director, Department of Family and Consumer Sciences, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Aug 1983 to Jul 1989 Assistant Professor, Foods and Nutrition (50% Teaching/50% Research), Department of Home Economics, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
Aug 1980-Jul 1983 Graduate Research Assistant, Nutrition Research, American Institute of Baking, Manhattan, KS.
Jan 1980-May 1980 Graduate Teaching Assistant, Food Science, Department of Foods and Nutrition, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Jul 1979-Dec 1979 Dietetic Traineeship, Irwin Army Hospital, Fort Riley, KS.
Sep 1976-Dec 1979 Graduate Teaching Assistant/Assistant Instructor, Structure and Function of Human Body, Division of Biology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Apr 1973-Aug 1975 Head Floral Designer, Edmond Flower Shop, Edmond, OK.
Aug 1970-Nov 1972 Assistant Manager, Reston Golf and Country Club, Reston, VA.
During high school and undergraduate studies, I held part-time and full-time positions in food service and floral operations - Details supplied upon request.
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