About Me

Education: B.S., University of California at Davis (Nutrition); M.S. The Pennsylvania State University (Nutrition)

Member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and SCAN (Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists)

I have been teaching at De Anza College since 1991.  Early in my professional life, I worked as a WIC Nutritionist (Women, Infants and Children, a federally funded program) and as a research nutritionist at UCLA. I was a consultant at The Health Research and Studies Center in Los Altos from 1991 until it closed in 2007 where I coordinated research studies involving nutrition and health.  I was the nutritionist at the El Camino YMCA in Mountain View for many years.

I teach my students that food is not the enemy. We do not have to choose between eating delicious -- but unhealthy -- food OR eating healthy -- but not so delicious -- food. We CAN enjoy our food without sacrificing good health.


Classes I Teach

Winter 2020

CRNCourseSec.Title
34556BIOL 451Introduction to Human Nutrition
32173BIOL 4563ZIntroduction to Human Nutrition
34572NUTR 1063ZContemporary Nutrition
36214NUTR 1065ZContemporary Nutrition
34821NUTR 62G63ZDieting (Sifting Fact from Fiction)

Fall 2019

CRNCourseSec.Title
00280BIOL 4561Introduction to Human Nutrition
21639BIOL 4562ZIntroduction to Human Nutrition
01772NUTR 1062ZContemporary Nutrition
21739NUTR 1065ZContemporary Nutrition
23729NUTR 62G62ZDieting (Sifting Fact from Fiction)

Course Syllabi

Syllabi are in downloadable PDFs. Check with instructor if there is no syllabus listed or what you see is not for the most current term information.

Fall 2019

Faculty Info

Anna Miller in garden

Full-time Faculty

Biology

milleranna@deanza.edu

Office: SC1210

Phone: 408.864.5576

During Fall, Winter and Spring Quarters:

On Campus: Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:15-5:15 pm

Via Zoom: Wednesdays 8 - 10 am

Other times by appointment

Summer quarter by appointment only

During the week of final exams, office hours are by appointment only



Need Help In Your Classes?

Check out the Student Success Center on campus. It is a wonderful, free, and easy-to-access resource.

Need Help With your Diet?

Resources for Healthy Eating:

Registered Dietitian and Nutritionist (RDN)

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