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Uh-oh, where’s the beef?

Uh-oh, where’s the beef?

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday, May 18, 2020

This week's blog has suggestions on how to help consumers deal with meat and poultry shortages caused by the supply chain disruption.

Critical clinical topics being covered at CMHC this year

Critical clinical topics being covered at CMHC this year

Posted by: Cardiometabolic Health Congress on Thursday, May 7, 2020

The Cardiometabolic Health Congress is offering SNEB members a $100 discount on registration for their fall conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, and the 15th annual Cardiometabolic Health Congress in Boston.

The intersection of good health & COVID-19: the food environment during/after coronavirus

The intersection of good health & COVID-19: the food environment during/after coronavirus

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday, May 4, 2020

Good health is more important than ever. This week's blog focuses on the intersection of COVID-19 and good health, and the impact COVID-19 is having on the food environment.

SNEB members respond to COVID-19 pandemic with creativity and resilience

SNEB members respond to COVID-19 pandemic with creativity and resilience

Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Thursday, April 23, 2020

In this unprecedented, stressful and, for far too many, tragic time, it is uplifting to hear how our SNEB community is responding to the range of challenges this pandemic has brought about.

US food supply chain during a pandemic

US food supply chain during a pandemic

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday, April 20, 2020

If you’ve got the ears, podcasts may just be what you’re looking for if you want to understand how the US food supply chain works, and learn about new cooking ideas in the midst of the current pandemic.

What does scholarship mean to you?

What does scholarship mean to you?

Posted by: Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RDN on Thursday, April 9, 2020

How we define scholarship within any discipline is fluid, and this changes with theoretical and practical applications, hopefully improving our teaching and our students’ learning in a demonstrable manner.

Leveraging the power of nutrition educator competencies

Leveraging the power of nutrition educator competencies

Posted by: Jennifer Wilkins, PhD, RD on Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Our highly relevant nutrition educator competencies provide a useful checklist for practitioners, academics making curricular decisions, and researchers evaluating program impacts domestically and globally.

Active at home during a pandemic

Active at home during a pandemic

Posted by: Ellen Schuster, MS on Monday, April 6, 2020

Stay safe while also staying healthy and active!

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