Alan Levine, Ph.D.

Professor
Department: Nutrition and Dietetics

Alan Levine, Ph.D., is a professor in the nutrition and dietetics department at Marywood University.  Dr. Levine preciously served as the vice president of Academic Affairs from 2008-2016.  Prior to that position, he acted as the dean of the College of Health and Human Services, professor and director of the doctoral program in Human Development, and professor and co-chair in the department of nutrition and dietetics.  In addition, he served as deputy director of research for the former Military Family Institute at Marywood.  Dr. Levine has published over 20 articles on topics ranging from vitamin deficiency to nutrition and again in publications that include The Journal of Women's Health, Physical Therapy, Diseases and Disorders, Medicine and Science in Sport Exercise, and Journal of Therapeutic Horticulture.  Dr. Levine also has presented at more than 40 conferences and seminars on areas of his expertiseIn addition, he received the Vicennial Order Cor Mariae Pro Fide Cultura when he marked 20 distinguished years of service at Marywood.  He is a former recipient of the CASE Professor of the Year award at Marywood University.  Dr. Levine earned his master's and doctoral degrees in Food, Nutrition, and Dietetics from New York University, New York City, N.Y., and his bachelor of science degree from Hofstra University, Hempstead, N.Y.