2014 Annual Conference Livestreaming Sessions

All conference sessions in Ballroom C were recorded as well as streamed live. Check the website the week of July 7 for information on accessing or purchasing the following recorded sessions:

 

Sunday, June 29

1. Opening Keynote - Child Eating Self-Regulation: Plausible, but Probable an Environment of Plenty?
Speaker: Jennifer Orlet Fisher, PhD, Temple University
(8:30-9:45am CT | 1.5 CEU)


2. Returning Joy to Nutrition Education: Using the Satter Feeding Dynamics and Eating Competence Model Speakers: Ellyn Satter, MS, RD, MSSW, Ellyn Satter Institute; Barbara Lohse, PhD, RD, LDN, The Pennsylvania State University; Moderator: Adrienne White, PhD, RD, University of Maine (10:00am-12:00pm CT | 2 CEU)


3. Who Should be Funding Nutrition Education? Insights of Funding from Non-profit, Industry, and Government Agencies Speakers: Wendy Dahl, PhD, RD, University of Florida; Susan Johnson, PhD, RD, University of Colorado Denver; Sheila Fleishacker, PhD, JD, National Institutes of Health Division of Nutrition Research Coordination; Chef Greg Silverman, MSc, Share Our Strength Moderator: Sarah Ash, PhD, North Carolina State University (2:15-3:45pm CT | 1.5 CEU)


4. George M. Briggs Nutrition Science Symposium - Developing the Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015: How is the Evidence Base Translated to Consumer Recommendations Speakers: Bonny Specker, PhD, South Dakota State University, Amber Mosher, MPH, RD, US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Kellie Casavale, PhD, RD, US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Stephanie Goodwin, PhD, MPH, RD, US Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion; Robert Post, PhD, FoodMinds, LLC; Moderator: Kendra Kattelmann, PhD, RDN, South Dakota State University (4:00-5:30pm CT | 1.5 CEU)

 

Monday, June 30

5. Evidence Based Practice in the Dynamic Field of Nutrition Education and Behavior
Speakers: Lynn Fredericks, FamilyCook Productions; Sharon Sugerman, MS, RD, FADA, Public Health Institute; Shawn Hayes, PhD, HealthCorps®; Moderator: Sharon Hoerr, PhD, Michigan State University
(9:15-10:15am CT | 1.5 CEU)

 

6. Evaluating and Communicating Emerging Science Speakers: Michael Kelley, PhD, RD, William Wrigley Jr. Company; Marianne Smith Edge, MS, RD, LD, FADA, International Food Information Council; Ka He, MD, ScD, MPH, Indiana University; Moderators: Frances Coletta, PhD, RD, Coletta Consulting and Alyce Fly, PhD, CFS, Indiana University (12:45-2:15pm CT | 1.5 CEU)

 

7. SNEB Business Meeting and Awards - NO CHARGE! Celebrate the successes of SNEB over the past year and recognize this year’s award winners including the Helen Denning Ullrich Award of Excellence in Nutrition Education, the MidCareer Award and newly established Early Professional Award. Foundation scholarships and High Education Division Student Research Awards also presented. (2:45-4:15pm C| 1.5 CEU)

 

8. Advisory Committee on Public Policy Plenary | Food Policy and Health: Global Perspectives-Local Actions Speakers: Kate Clancy, PhD, Center for A Livable Future, Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health; Michael Hamm, PhD, Michigan State University; Amy Giffin, RD, CD, Milwaukee Food Council; Moderator: Jasia Steinmetz, PhD, RD, CD, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (4:30-6:00pm CT | 1.5 CEU)

 

9. An Evening with USDA: Updates in Nutrition Research and Programs Speakers: Dr. Dionne Toombs, Director for the Division of Nutrition at USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA); Moderator: Pascasie Adedze, PhD, MPH (7:00-9:00pm CT)

 

Tuesday, July 1

10. USDA Highlights (8:30-9:30am CT)


11. Conversations with USDA (9:45-10:45am CT)

 

12.Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Examining the Evidence to Define Benefit Adequacy
Speakers: Jamie Dollahite, PhD, RD, Cornell University; Noel Chavez, PhD, RD, LDN, University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health; Moderator: Jamie Dollahite, PhD, RD, Cornell University
(1:00-2:00pm CT | 1 CEU)

 

13.Wisconsin Food Security Project: Visualizing and Accessing Data on Food Access and the Food Security Infrastructure in Wisconsin
Speakers: Amber Canto, MPH, RD, CD, UW-Extension Cooperative Extension; Judi Bartfeld, PhD, UW-Madison School of Human Ecology and UW-Extension Cooperative Extension; Moderator: Amber Canto, MPH, RD, CD, UW-Extension Cooperative Extension
(2:15-3:15pm CT | 1 CEU)


14. Bee Marks Communications Symposium: Being Heard, Making an Impact; Utilizing Evaluation for Communications Strategies Speakers: Alexandra Lewin-Zwerdling, PhD, MPA, Powell Tate; LeeAnn Weniger-Mandrillo, MPA, LMC Communications; Tracy A. Fox, MPH, RD, Food, Nutrition & Policy Consultants, LLC (3:00-5:00pm CT| 1.5 CEU)


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