|Honored by:||Walter R. Fehr|
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Susan Lee Fehr Lutz is honored as an Iowa State University alumnus who has distiguished herself in service to others. She was born and grew up in Ames IA. As a student at Iowa State University she was active in numerous service activities. She honored as a member of Mortar Board Cardinal Key Kappa Tau Alpha Phi Kappa Phi Phi Upsilon Omicron Omicron Nu and Order of Omega. Susan obtained a B.S. degree with honors with a double major in Food and Nutrition/Dietetics and in Family and Consumer Sciences Journalism. Upon graduation from Iowa State University Susan spent a year at the St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester Minnesota as a dietetics intern. After the internship was completed she worked for a year as a dietican at Mount Sinai Hospital in Chicago. Her next employment was with the Community and Economic Development Association of Suburban Cook County at which she participated in the Food Supplemental Program for Women Infants and Children. Through her work with the disadvantaged Susan developed an interest in nutrition education for low literacy persons. To improve her expertise in that area she embarked on a Ph.D. program in Department of Nutrition in the School of Public Health at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. She was employed concurrently by Micromass Communications a company specializing in the development of nutritional literature.