Friedman School graduates use their degrees in a variety of ways—everything from traveling to regions in crisis around the globe as a humanitarian assistance worker to working in a lab, searching for answer to critical health problems, to connecting with the government, companies, the media and communities on solutions to pressing health issues such as obesity and chronic disease…among many other options. The tie that binds them is their commitment to improving the nutritional well-being of people worldwide. Learn more about where a Friedman School degree can take its graduates by reading the profiles below.