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Nancy Allen serves as Coordinator for the Employee Assistance and Health4U Programs.  She is a long-term Spartan staff member. Nancy is proud of the health and well-being work she is currently engaged with on behalf of the faculty and staff of MIchigan State University.  Nancy is a graduate of MIchigan State University, having earned her BS in Medical Technology in 1975.  She completed a MA in Health Education from Central Michigan University in 1979.  Nancy has been engaged in leadership with several national level professional organizations.  She served as the President of the American College Health Association between 2004-2005.  Nancy is married to John Allen, has two adult daughters, Brandi married to Matthew and Jenna, married to Josh.  Time away from work is cherished.  Nancy enjoys spending time with her family, including her six grandchildren, Selah, Ryah, Ketarah, Ezekiel, Judah and Isaiah.  These wonderful keep "Nana" very busy and totally engaged in what matters most in life.  Nancy also enjoys reading, gardening, and participating in a variety of seasonal movement and fitness activities.                

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Food and Nutrition Counseling Services

Food and Nutrition Counseling Services provides you with access to accurate health and lifestyle information, helping you to explore new behaviors and skills, and identifying useful campus and community resources.

MSU community members eligible for food and nutrition counseling services include faculty, staff, graduate assistants, retirees and the spouses/partners of members of these groups.

To schedule an appointment with Health4U you are not required to email us from your MSU email address; please email us from the email address you are most comfortable with. 

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Departmental Services

The goal of department based services is to provide work units and colleagues the opportunity to learn about health and wellness as a group activity or exploration.  

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