A sponsored article allows you to publish your papers in a single issue, add visibility to and increased promotion of your work, show support for JNEB and SNEB, and be immediately available to more than 30 million researchers on ScienceDirect.com in addition to JNEB.org.
Ever wonder what the difference between a Research Brief and a GEM (Great Educational Material) is?
SNEB president Jennifer Wilkins says, "The conference in Orlando and the post-conference Cuba trip have energized me to serve SNEB to the fullest!"
The Program Improvement Award is meant to fund important resources over the course of 12 months that can improve the quality of program design and implementation across the food and nutrition security community.
Evan Hoffmeyer spent the past 12 years telling the stories of his community as a local journalist, and is excited to now tell the stories of SNEB’s members and their work in communities around the world.
Want to learn about meatless options from many viewpoints? There’s a podcast episode for you. And what about listening to a recipe being prepared instead of watching a video? There’s a new podcast for that, too.
The House set aside $90 million for WIC's Breastfeeding Peer Counselor Program, but the Senate Appropriations Committee unanimously voted last month to drop that to $80 million.
Both the Society and Journal have submission deadlines coming up that you should be aware of.