- Lecturer Sr, School of Nutrition and Heatlh Promotion, College of Health Solutions
Maureen McCoy is a senior lecturer in the College of Health Solutions and has been teaching at ASU since 2014. She primarily teaches NTR 290 Introduction to Evidence-Based Research, NTR 448/548 Community Nutrition and NTR 593 Applied Project Part 1. She is also the Degree Director for the Food and Nutrition Entrepreneurship BS and BAS degrees as well as the faculty advisor for the Pitchfork Pantry (food pantry for ASU students). Her research interests include child and school nutrition, health policy and equity and food insecurity.
Mrs. McCoy loves working with students and sharing her experiences in the field. The most rewarding are the one-on-one conversations with students and helping them navigate their future.
Prior to joining academia, Mrs. McCoy worked as a dietitian for the University of Florida Athletic Department, Lifetime Fitness, Washington Elementary School District and Maricopa County Head Start.
- MS, Arizona State University, 2004
- BS, Arizona State University, 2001