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Join us in welcoming Nick Estrada as SNEB's new Director of Membership. Nick joins SNEB after seven years working in higher education and with the fraternal market. He is passionate about member services and has previously served in roles which focused on membership retention programming. He's excited to use his knowledge from previous experience to help SNEB grow and provide exceptional member experiences to all who are involved!
Join me in welcoming Nick to the SNEB Team.
Adrienne White, PhD, RDN, FAND
The 51st Annual Conference takes place July 21-24 in Minneapolis. Pre-Conference sessions begin at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 21 with opening comments at 4:45 p.m. The opening keynote will be held at 8:30 a.m. Sunday, July 22 and the final session takes place on at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 24. Post-Conference activities will follow on Wednesday, July 25. Make your reservations at the Hyatt Regency Minneapolis today.
SNEB is pleased to announce the inception of two new Divisions: The Research Division and the Digital Technology in Nutrition Education and Behavior Change Division. By implementing these new divisions, we hope to both serve our members and expand membership to practitioners with a range of professional and personal nutrition education-related interests. As the SNEB membership year nears an end, consider joining a new division when you renew your membership. You can also add or change divisions at any time by logging in to your SNEB profile and selecting "Change Division and View Member Number." Send an email to email@example.com if you have any issues logging in.
SNEB invites you to submit abstracts for presentation at the 2018 Annual Conference, July 21-24 in Minneapolis. Abstract categories are:
The first deadline for submission is Jan. 15. Submit today.
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
- Food and Nutrition Extension Education Pre-Conference Workshop Research and Program
- Abstracts related to behavior change and food choice are also encouraged
December Hot Topics Call
Wednesday, Dec. 13 | 1 - 2 p.m. EDT | Register
Sponsored by the Sustainable Food Systems Division
Speaker: Andy Fisher, author of Big Hunger
Originally designed as a temporary stop gap measure during hard times, food banks have become normalized and institutionalized elements of the social safety net. After 35+ years of food banking we continue to see persistent food insecurity and growing income inequality. This raises the question of what we should do differently and who benefits from the emergency food system. Andy Fisher will share his perspective as detailed in his recently published book Big Hunger: The Unholy Alliance between Corporate America and Anti-hunger Groups. Fisher will explore the power imbalance between giver and recipient, corporation and non-profit, within food charity as well as federal food programs. Examples of innovative approaches that are being implemented and models outside of the anti-hunger movement that can be translated to anti-hunger groups work will be shared to inspire the audience to take next steps in creating an equitable and sustainable food system.
Following the presentation, participants will be able to:
Becoming a Great Reviewer: Increase Your Professional Network and Enhance Research Skills
- Identify factors contributing to food insecurity;
- List 1 model or approach that has been demonstrated to address the problem of food insecurity;
- Identify one way in which federal food programs can be modified to promote health and social and economic justice
Thursday, Jan. 25, 2018 | 1- 2 p.m. EDT | Register
Speakers: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RD University of Illinois; Editor in Chief of JNEB; Bret Luick, PhD, University of Alaska; Associate Editor of JNEB; Julie Reeder, PhD, MPH, Oregon WIC; Associate Editor of JNEB; and Madeleine Sigman-Grant, PhD, RD University of Nevada, emertiti; Associate Editor of JNEB
This webinar is a follow-up to the workshop held at SNEB's 2017 annual conference and was developed in response to our reviewer surveys. Learning how to critically appraise and write a research paper review will be addressed through short scenarios and question/answer.
- Will be able to explain what a "contribution to the literature means" and make decisions on recommendations for accept, revise, reject.
- Will be able more confident in all reviews but especially able to write a comprehensive review of the Methods sections of a research article and revised manuscripts.
- Will be able to contribute comments most useful to the editor in making decisions.
- Will be able to explain why becoming a great reviewer will enhance their network and CV.
Position: Lecturer in Nutrition and Public Health
Organization: Cornell University
City and state: Ithaca, New York
Application deadline: Open until filled
Position: Assistant Professor, Nutrition Education
Organization: University of Rhode Island
City and state: Kingston, RI
Application deadline: Dec. 11 for first consideration
Position: Extension Nutrition & Health Specialist
Organization: University of Idaho
City and state: Moscow, ID
Application deadline: Open until filled
By Ellen Schuster, BA, MS
There are many kinds of poverty and different groups who are poor. Gaining an understanding of these differences can help us reach and teach those with limited resources. Although some statistics are provided, the focus is on stories and creating a deeper understanding.
|Welcome new members (since Dec. 5)
- Jacquelyn Allen, BA, University of North Alabama, Florence, AL, Communications, Digital Technology in Nutrition Education and Behavior Change
- Jaclyn Chamberlain, MPH, RDN, Pinnacle Prevention, Phoenix, AZ, Communications, Nutrition Education for Children
- Alla Hill, BS, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC, Higher Education, Public Health Nutrition
- Christina Molski, BS, Aurora Community Services, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, Public Health Nutrition, Sustainable Food Systems Network
- Tiffany Smith, Student, Pembroke Pines, FL, Communications, Food & Nutrition Extension Education
- Sydney Wayner, Appleton, WI, International Nutrition Education, Sustainable Food Systems Network
JNEB is now seeking reviewers. Those interested should visit the Elsevier Editorial System (EES) homepage. Click on the "Register" link to create a reviewer account and be sure to identify your areas of expertise in the "Personal Classifications" section. To learn more, read the general reviewer guidelines.
Characteristics of Americans Choosing Vegetarian and Vegan Diets for Health Reasons
Holger Cramer, PhD, Christian S. Kessler, MD, Tobias Sundberg, PhD, Matthew J. Leach, PhD, Dania Schumann, MSc, Jon Adams, PhD, Romy Lauche, PhD
Objective: Examine the prevalence, patterns, and associated factors of using a vegetarian or vegan diet for health reasons in the U.S. general population.
This chart shows the JNEB acceptance rate — the percentage of all articles submitted to the Journal in a calendar year that was accepted for publication in the same year. In 2015, the number of submissions received was 554 with 117 being accepted. In 2016, the submissions grew to 658 along with the number accepted, 165. Click here for more JNEB charts and statistics.
The report builds on the findings from the 2017 Global Nutrition Report by emphasizing that healthy diets are key to driving progress against the SDGs. It outlines the consequences of inaction, including low educational attainment, poor physical growth, and low productivity.
What captures the interest of students? FOOD! Yes, food can be used to engage students in inquiry-based science — really! The Science and Our Food Supply Teacher Guides are challenging hands-on, minds-on activities that link food safety and nutrition to students' everyday lives. They are crafted in a teacher-friendly modular format that easily fit into science, health, and other classes.
The seminar will share the results of an assessment of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) Marketplace for Nutritious Foods. Presenters from GAIN will provide context for the program, which works with small and medium enterprises to bring affordable nutritious food to market, and highlight challenges and achievements in measuring the impact of its programming after four years of operation in Kenya, Rwanda, and Mozambique.
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