SNEB 2011
Annual Conference

We had a great time in Kansas City!

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Saturday, July 23

FNEE Workshop - Reviving the Message with Unconventional Methods

(Poster Session Abstracts)

Sunday, July 24

Monday, July 25

  • Digging out of the Obesity Epidemnic: Garden-Based Nutrition Education 1 | 2 | 3 | 4| 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10
  • Empowering Parents, Influencing Policies to Improve School Food 1 | 2 | 3 *Correction: Chelsey Erpelding's email
    address was listed incorrectly in the conference program. Reach her at

  • FRIDGE: An Intergenerational Approach for Engaging the Whole Family in Health Eating 1 | 2
  • How to Make Food Taste Great: Sensory Know-How for the Pickiest Eater to the Gourmand 1
    The Powerpoint presentation for "How to Make Food Taste Great: Sensory Know-How for the Pickiest Eater to the Gourmand" was erroneously posted and has been removed.  This presentation is copyrighted, and permission to use any portion of this presentation must be granted first in writing by Jacqueline B. Marcus, MS, RD, LD, CNS, FADA at
  • Recent Development of Nutrition-related Legislation and its Implication in South Korea 1 | 2 | 3
  • SNEB Annual Business Meeting
  • To Policy: Making the 2010 Dietary Guidelines Stick (Marion Nestle)
  • View from the Street: Consumers' Use, Misuse and Misunderstanding of the Dietary Guidelines (Videos 1 | 2 | 3 | 4)
  • Weighty Conversations: Discussing Weight with Youth 1 | 2

*Correction: The following speakers who participated in "The Making of the Eagle Adventure Program" were not listed in the on-site program: Stephany Parker, PhD, Oklahoma State University, Department of Nutritional Sciences; James Wallace, MA, Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts & Humanities; Jill Fox, MPH, Chickasaw Nation Get Fresh! Program

Tuesday, July 26


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