SNEB Annual Conference
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Conference Proceedings

 

Saturday | Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday

Saturday, July 14, 2012

 

Culinary Acculturation:  Building Relationships through Food | Panichelli

 

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Coffee And... Scared Fat presented by the Alliance for Food and Farming | Report 1 | Report 2

Opening Plenary Session: Synergy in Nutrition Education-From Policy to Practice | Drake

Contrasting Designs of a SNAP-ED Evaluation: Lessons Learned from the All 4 Kids Program | Clarification
Presidential Politics and Our Health: How the 2012 Election is Likely to Influence the National Nutrition Agenda
Expanding Community Nutrition Education to include Environmental Change

Linking Public Health and a Sustainable Food System: How Do We Get There? | Yaroch | Clinton | Lapp

Building Healthy Families and Preschoolers:  A Systems Approach for Lifelong Health

Miles of Aisles: a Shopping Matters Experience

 

Monday, July 16, 2012


George M. Briggs Nutrition Science Symposium

JNEB Best Article Presentation

SNEB Annual Business Meeting and Awards- Annual Report
WEIGHT: Are We Missing Something for our Children? (handouts are linked here http://www.yaleruddcenter.org/what_we_do.aspx?id=10)

Nourishing our Future:  Working Together to Achieve Global Food Security

Creative Cooking Skills: The Secret Ingredient to Combating Food Insecurity and Childhood Obesity

Film: “Cafeteria Man”

 

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Harnessing Community Energy to Create Synergy for Conducting a Food System Assessment (handouts are linked here http://whatcom.wsu.edu/ag/cfa)

Technology Trends for the 21st Century - Nutrition Practice | Kinsey | Henneman | Bunce | Frederico (Handout)

Creating School Meal Success:  Using Behavioral Economics to Create Smarter Lunchrooms and Improve Children’s Food Choices at School
Alphabet Soup: Looking at the ABCs of Programs Promoting Healthy Aging | Russell | Lloyd | Ingram| Cottingham

Using Technology to Access Professional Development Resources from the Cooperative Extension System | Burns | Mincemoyer

Campus To Community: Sustaining Synergistic Service Learning in a High Need, Low Resource Environment (Kreps)
Click Here for a Healthy Weight (Parmer - the pdf version does not include the embeded videos/ the powerpoint file with videos is 130 mb)

The Food Industry Role in Meeting Dietary Guidelines: Myths and Realities
Creating a Healthier School Environment with Policy and Program | Ellis | Ernst | James-Holly | DASH | Poll
Bee Marks Communication Symposium:  Spread the Word-Recognizing Overlapping Goals and Existing Resources to Amplify Your Message

 

Wednesday, July 18

Gardening for Nutrition Programs in Maryland | Handouts 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 |

 

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