Jane Skapinker

Jane Skapinker

Jane started here as an intern with dining services through Aramark, and recently came on full-time. I went to Western and graduated with a Bachelors of Science with an Honors Specialization in Foods and Nutrition.

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Dietary Restrictions Program

Coming soon to Carleton University is a new way to keep track of dietary restrictions in all of the non-branded food we serve on campus. Dining Services will first focus on Halal, No-Gluten Ingredients, Vegan, Vegetarian…  Read More

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Gluten Free Pantry

The first of it’s kind at a Canadian University. We’ve eliminated cross contamination and given those with Gluten Intolerance or Celiac disease a safe environment to prepare their meals. Sign up for the room and  Read More

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Ask A Dietitian

Have a question for our Dietitian? Well now you can send her questions related to healthy food, nutrition, or general questions about health and fitness. Ask a question today!

 

Nutrition Blog Posts

Live Plus – March Deals

     To stay up to date with all of our promotions, deals, and giveaways, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.... Read more

     To stay up to date with all of our promotions, deals, and giveaways, be sure to follow us on Facebook,... Read more

Live+ – A Healthier Way to Live on Campus

   Dining Services has introduced a new mobile app to our campus. Live Plus is your guide to eating smart, staying fit, and living better on campus. Find the latest feature items, get mobile coupons, and learn about better good food... Read more

   Dining Services has introduced a new mobile app to our campus. Live Plus is your guide to eating smart,... Read more

Nutrition 101: New Restaurant Guidelines and What does it Mean for You?

New Restaurant Guidelines and What does it Mean for You? The 2014 OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) report listed Canada as the sixth most obese country in the world.1 Although we didn’t make first place,... Read more

New Restaurant Guidelines and What does it Mean for You? The 2014 OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and... Read more

Nutrition 101: Food Safety

  More than 4 million Canadians get food poisoning per year, experiencing symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain and fever. Most people quickly recover and move on with their lives, but an unlucky few each year... Read more

  More than 4 million Canadians get food poisoning per year, experiencing symptoms such as nausea, vomiting,... Read more