- Enderis Hall 415
Susan Kundrat, MS, RD
- Clinical Professor, Nutritional Sciences, Kinesiology
MS Nutrition Iowa State University 1993
Dietetic Internship Beth Israel Hospital 1989
BS Dietetics Minnesota State University 1988
Associate in Arts Liberal Arts Waldorf College 1986
- Sports Nutrition
- Nutrition for Wellness and Prevention
- Nutrition Communications
- Weight Management
Interests & Expertise
Susan Kundrat’s major focus is undergraduate education related to nutrition. As a Registered Dietitian, her expertise includes sports nutrition, wellness nutrition, integrative nutrition, nutrition communications, corporate nutrition, health promotion and weight management.
She has a strong interest in the local foods movement, natural foods, community nutrition and farm-to-table nutrition. Kundrat integrates practical, hands-on nutrition education into her classrooms and facilitates community nutrition education and service learning within the nutrition program.
Kundrat, S. M. (2016). Fueling Misfires. Training and Conditioning Magazine, 15-20.
Kundrat, S. M. (2016). Seeds of Change. Training and Conditioning, 13-16.
Kundrat, S. M. (2013). Vegan nutrition for athletes. Training and Conditioning.
Kundrat, S. M. (2012). Fueled for the course. Training and Conditioning.
Kundrat, S. M. (2012). Packing protein. Training and Conditioning.
Kundrat, S. M. (2011). Perfect setup. Training and Conditioning.
Kundrat, S. M. (2008). Preparing for battle. Training and Conditioning.
Kundrat, S. M. (2006). Satiety – Why we are full. Inform Magazine.
Kundrat, S. M., Jeffery, E., & Keck, A. (2006). Nonessential food components with health benefits. Biochemical, Physiological, and Molecular Aspects of Human Health.
Kundrat, S. M., Pelletier, S., & Hasler, C. (2003). Effects of a functional foods nutrition education program with cardiac rehabilitation patients. Journal of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, 23.
Kundrat, S. M. (2003). Functional foods for heart health. IDEA Health and Fitness Source.
Kundrat, S. M. (2003). Taking action with antioxidants. Food Product Design.
Kundrat, S. M. (2002). Effects of an educational program on intent to consume functional foods. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 102, 1297-1300.
Kundrat, S. M., & Hasler, C. (2002). Soy isoflavones as functional ingredients in women’s health. Gilani, & Anderson (Eds.). Phytoestrogens and Health.
Kundrat, S. M. (2000). Eating disorders and young athletes. Champions Magazine.
Honors & Awards
Byoung Kim Teaching Excellence Award (2015) College of Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Leadership Award (2014) College of Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.