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The SNEB DigiTech Division would like to identify SNEB members who have experience or expertise in technology-related fields. Completing this survey will allow us to identify such members and help establish connections between them and SNEB leaders, members, and the general public.
Journal Club webinar series returns
Based on member interest, the 14th Journal Club hosted by JNEB will focus on technology in nutrition education and behavior change. All webinars in the series are free as a benefit of SNEB membership and earn 1 CEU for live attendance. Each webinar description includes details on learning objectives.
The first webinar in our fall series was hosted Monday afternoon and focused on feasibility of online nutrition education in the workplace. Next up are:
Journal Club 2: Beyond Nutrient Intake: Use of Digital Food Photography Methodology to Examine Family Dinnertime
Sept. 16 | 1 - 2 p.m. ET | Register
Laura Bellows, PhD, MPH, RDN, Colorado State University and Morgan McCloskey, MSPH, Colorado State University
Journal Club 3: Increasing Sense of Community in Higher Education Nutrition Courses Using Technology
Sept. 23 | 1 - 2 p.m. ET | Register
Mindy Haar, PhD, RDN, CDN, FAND, New York Institute of Technology
Journal Club 4: mHealth Improved Fruits and Vegetable Accessibility and Intake in Young Children
Sept. 30 | 1 - 2 p.m. ET |
Presenter: Ashlee Bakirci-Taylor, PhD, RDN, Tree of Evolution
by Kendra Kattelmann, PhD, RDN, LN, FAND
Six members of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, including five past presidents, presented a research capacity building workshop to the faculty of Daystar University June 17-21.
Drs. Adrienne White (University of Maine, emeritus), Mary Murimi (Texas Tech University), Kendra Kattelmann (South Dakota State University), Geoffrey Greene (University of Rhode Island) and Martha Archuleta (Utah State University) were joined by Dr. Christopher Taylor (The Ohio State University), an active SNEB member. Dr. Murimi serves as honorary chancellor at Daystar University and organized the workshop at the request of Daystar's vice chancellor ...
For a limited time, the MyPlate team will mail color copies of MyPlate tip sheets and posters to SNEB members. Resources are packaged in sets of 25 each. Note: The "10 Tips" have English on one side, Spanish on the other side.
Supplies are limited and will be distributed by mid-November on a first-requested, first-fulfilled basis.
If you're interested, email CNPPsupport@usda.gov with:
- Your full name
- Mailing address
- Resource(s) name(s)
- Number of sets of 25
"What Food Future?" is the theme of our 2020 conference in San Diego. Proposals related to that theme can be submitted here, including:
All submissions must come from a SNEB member and be received by Friday, Oct. 4.
- concurrent sessions
- general sessions
- pre- and post-conference workshops or tours
- non-CEU activity sessions (e.g. yoga, Zumba, meditation, etc.)
Position: Family and Community Health Sciences Educator – Tenure Track Faculty Position
Organization: Rutgers University
City and state: New Brunswick, New Jersey
Position: Program Leader - Health and Nutrition
Organization: University of Minnesota
City and state: Saint Paul, Minnesota
Position: Open Rank Professor (Community Nutrition)
Organization: Texas Tech University
City and state: Lubbock, Texas
Position: Open Rank Professor (Clinical Nutrition)
Organization: Texas Tech University
City and state: Lubbock, Texas
Position: Assistant/Associate Professor of Nutrition
Organization: California Polytechnic State University
City and state: San Luis Obispo, Calif.
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- Margaret Allman-Farinelli, PhD, MPH | University of Sydney | Sydney, Australia | Digital Technology, Research Division
- Haley Hopkins, MPH | Iowa Department of Public Health | Des Moines, IA | Public Health
- Jeffrey Long, MS | Vero Beach, FL | Digital Teachnology, Nutrition Education with Industry, Sustainable Food Systems
By Ellen Schuster, BA, MS
No, a ghost kitchen isn't a Halloween-related thing. Ghost/virtual/cloud/dark kitchens are delivery-only restaurants, which may include a walk-in restaurant and/or online-only restaurants. It's the next iteration of food delivery or as one article below states ... the WeWork of kitchens where space is shared to prepare food for delivery. Enter if you dare ...
Position papers provide a comprehensive discussion of SNEB's policy on one or more topics. Containing extensive background information and analysis, the position paper provides a more complete understanding of the issues and the reason behind the position(s) set forth by the organization.
To have a topic considered for next year, send a proposal with the following information:
To JNEB's Editor-in-Chief, Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN (email@example.com) by Oct. 1.
- Statement of position (in one or two sentences)
- Background and rationale for proposed position (~1.5 pages, single spaced)
- Objectives (e.g., to provide evidence for effectiveness of school cafeteria-based interventions on increasing fruit and vegetables intake among children and youth.) Typically, multiple objectives are submitted targeting major segments of the proposed topic.
- Key points (to serve as an outline for the position; accompanying peer-reviewed citations for each point should be included)
- Reference list
- Suggested authors
- Collaborating organizations and type of collaborations, if applicable (e.g., joint development with another society)
By Pamela Koch, EdD, RD, SNEB President-Elect
When we gather in San Diego at the 2020 Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB) annual conference, long-time members, new members, and potential members will foster and strengthen our relationships, while we chart the course for the future of nutrition education. Charting the future of nutrition education is more important than ever because food is at the core of wicked problems related to ecological sustainability, racial and social equity, and personal health.
Open Access link
The September issue of the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior is now available, and includes the work of many of your SNEB colleagues. Note: You'll need to log in to see some of these entries.
- Research Articles
- "Teachers' Experience and Perspectives of Traditional Breakfast and Breakfast in the Classroom" by SNEB member Lori Spruance, PhD, and her colleagues Nathan Stokes, PhD; Emily Vaterlaus Patten, PhD, RDN; and Emily Krueger Lybbert, MS, RDN
- "Building Blocks for Healthy Children: Evaluation of a Child Care Center-Based Obesity Prevention Pilot Among Low-Income Children" by SNEB members Brittany Schuler, PhD, LSW; and Erin R. Hager, PhD; and their colleagues Baylie Fowler, BA; Diana Rubio, BS; Sarah Kilby, MPH; Yan Wang, MD, DrPH; and Maureen M. Black, PhD
- "Plate Waste in School Lunch: Barriers, Motivators, and Perspectives of SNAP-Eligible Early Adolescents in the US" by SNEB members Carmen Byker Shanks, PhD, RDN; Susan Chen, MS; Elena L. Serrano, PhD; Julia Zee, MPH, RDN; Marie K. Fialkowski, PhD, RDN; and Jinan Banna, PhD, RDN; and their colleagues Chenchen Zhao, MS; Chloe Panizza, MS; Carol J. Boushey, PhD, MPH, RD; and Selena Ahmed, PhD
- Research Briefs
- "Food Parenting Practices That Influence Early Adolescents' Food Choices During Independent Eating Occasions" by SNEB members Carolyn Gunther, PhD; Marla Reicks, PhD, RD; Jinan Banna, PhD, RD, CDN; Rickelle Richards, PhD, MPH, RDN; Karina Lora, PhD, RD; Vanessa da Silva, PhD, RD; Nobuko Hongu, PhD; Lillie Monroe-Lord, PhD, RD; and Siew Sun Wong, PhD; and their colleagues Asuka Suzuki, BS; Glade Topham, PhD; Blake Jones, PhD; Alex Kojo Anderson, PhD, MPH; Christine Penicka, MS, RD; Laura C. Hopkins, PhD, MSPH, RD; and Mary Cluskey, PhD, RD
- "Satter Eating Competence Inventory Subscale Restructure After Confirmatory Factor Analysis" by SNEB members Barbara Lohse, PhD, RD; and Jodi S. Krall, PhD; and their colleague Stephanie Godleski, PhD
- Great Educational Materials (GEMs)
- New Resources for Nutrition Educators Handout
PennState via SNEB
Project Drawdown is partnering with Penn State University for its first international conference, "Research to Action: The Science of Drawdown," starting Monday, Sept. 16.
The term "drawdown" refers to the point at which concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere begin to steadily decline, ultimately reversing global warming.
Join leading scientific experts and researchers from around the world in a critical discussion about the most innovative and promising climate change solutions and upcoming research.
All in-person registrations are sold-out, but the conference will be live streamed. Use this link to find the stream.
SNEB's Board of Directors voted to endorse this conference.
The Meatless Revolution
Radio Times / WHYY-FM
Air date: Sept. 4, 2019
Meatless burgers and nuggets aren't being marketed to only vegetarians anymore. Brands, like Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, are targeting to meat lovers by replicating the taste and texture of beef and chicken and have even gotten on many fast food chains' menus. This podcast looks at the future of meat, from meat substitutes to lab-grown products, as well as the legal battles embroiling the words "meat" and "burger." Later in the discussion, they also talk about how our diet impacts climate change and animal welfare. The host interviews Kelsey Piper, a staff writer for VOX who has been tracking the meat alternative industry, and Jan Dutkiewicz, a post-doctoral fellow in political science at Johns Hopkins University.
What's on a Food Label?
University of Nebraska – Lincoln's Cooperative Extension
Last updated: Aug. 22, 2019
This presentation won the national Communications Educational Technology Award from the National Extension Association of Family & Consumer Sciences. Follow the link for all 70 presentation slides, including speaker notes. Inside those notes are links to original web sources if there are topics you want to explore further.
September nutrition calendar
The calendar features holidays, like Labor Day, as well as health and nutrition related observances, like Celiac Awareness Day, World Alzheimer's Day and Eat at Home Family Day. Below the calendar, there also are links for how to teach a cooking class, tips and tricks to keep the audience engaged and productive, nutrition handouts and other resources.
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